Your Personal Economy
The things in life that truly matter. Your family, your home, your passions and your career. Everyone has one. Yours is as unique to you as your fingerprint, and is constantly changing. Each new and exciting stage of life forces us to look deep at our own personal economies.
Home is most profoundly linked to all aspects of a personal economy. We join three very different households to discover how home keeps everything in balance.
Legacy is a lot more than what you leave behind; it is a highly personal consideration. In this episode we explore the value of legacy and how this can be interpreted.
Your family's happiness and success motivates this core aspect of your personal economy. Three families share their inspired approach to the various stages of family life.
Watch to see how we discover the intangible value of people's passions across the globe, and how important our passions are to our emotional and financial well-being.
In this episode we explore all the different ways that work defines us in a world that is constantly changing.
In this episode we look at the intangible value of our experiences. We uncover how our experiences shape our lives, whether it’s progressing us in our careers or providing us with great memories to look back on.
Once the sole preserve of well-to-do students, the concept of a gap year appeals to people at all stages of their careers, from undergraduates to early retirees.
HomesFloating the idea of a waterfront home
With sea levels set to rise, the cream of design ingenuity looks to floating houses as an out-of-the-box opportunity.
LegacySetting the foundation for new hope in the favelas
How entrepreneurial vision has changed the lives of São Paolo’s most deprived youth.
FamilyThe stay-at-home shift
Balancing work with raising a young family can inspire a creative solution. Traditionally, women have been the default stay-at-home parent, but these social norms are beginning to shift.
PassionPersistence and passion equals success
Olympic gold-medal winner Malcolm Howard on patience, persistence and ultimately passion.
WorkWorking at what you love
Start-ups often begin with a career change but they can also manifest themselves through problem solving.
ExperiencesGlobetrekking is the new retirement
Two retirees sold their home, all their possessions and hit the road to travel the world.
LivingThe fine art of a personal balancing act
A good balance sheet is at the heart of every successful economy, why should your personal economy be any different?