The Future of Royalty

H.R.H. Prince Michel de Yougoslavie, interviewed by futurist Trond Arne Undheim. 

In this conversation, they talk about growing up as a Pan-European royal. We cover his deep interest in art and success with exhibiting his photography. We also touch on trends in family wealth considerations, we discuss his time as a high end real estate broker in Palm Beach, Florida, and he shares his life experience as a royal and the lessons that apply for anybody with a family legacy. At the end we briefly discuss the future role of royalty.

The takeaway is that the future of royalty is going to be interesting to watch. In this day and age of constant frenzy, the timeless aspects of royalty, even as history wrecks kingdoms, provides a context by which to view ourselves in a perspective that values legacy and experience across generations. I’m reminded that, regardless of wealth or stature, families tend to outlast individual destinies.

After listening to the episode, check out Prince Michel de Yougoslavie’s art as well as his social media profile:

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