In a world where employers hope to own your soul, Steve McAlpine asks, “What do we work for?”
Steve postulates that there are two models of work being offered for your consideration – the drudgery of Fred Flintstone and the relaxed atmosphere of George Jetson.
But neither offers a place to rest your soul. And in a world where corporations are seeking to own as much of you as possible, all the time, we would do well to consider where meaningful work can be found.
Steve asks, do we simply drop tools at the end of each day, or double down in our search for work-as-paradise? The future of our employment depends on finding a way to hold the pressures of work in balance before we are torn apart by these competing ideologies.
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Where are we going as a society? And will you be happy when we get there? Steve McAlpine is here to help you answer those questions.
If a Delorean time machine pulled up in front of your house – Back To The Future style – and someone offered to show you what the future would be like, would you be content with what you found? And if not, what could you do to change it? Thinking this through is what Steve McAlpine calls Delorean Philosophy.
Steve McAlpine is a well-known social commentator, respected theologian and popular author. Each week, he takes a crucial trend or event that’s playing out in society now and asks, “Where is this taking us?”
Rather than just pontificating, Steve then provides practical steps listeners can take if they want to change the future. That’s Delorean Philosophy.