Responding to Environmental Disasters Sample Statement
The root of world hunger is poverty ... a lack of food or a lack of money or goods and services to purchase or trade for it.
My Before Statement ...
My Life's Work Ingredients
To transform this simple statement into a fully detailed vision of your life's work ... you need to go through a process to reveal all the things, activities, talents, experiences, knowledge, problems, people and places you love. When you do, a detailed list of ingredients that make up your life's work emerges ...
Gifts & Talents: What I Am Great At ...
- analyzing soil and water samples
- finding long lost wells and underground rivers
- finding hidden water holes
- easily establishing rapport with indigenous people
- keeping a cool head in a crisis
- researching sustainable farm crops
- reintroducing native vegetation to overly exploited or over farmed areas
Things I Love: What I Want To Work With ...
- digital camera
- geological maps that show ancient river systems
- soil and water analysis equipment and charts
- organic fertilizers and the animals who make them
- cowboy boots
- water buffalos
- organic inks and homemade soap
- geological maps and long term vegetation trend data
Activities I Love: What I Would Love To Get Paid To Do ...
- planning planting cycles to replenish the natural soil
- reintroducing native species of food crops
- cleaning up contaminated water sources
- talking to officials who can make a real difference with the right information
- standing up for the environmental rights of endangered farmers and indigenous tribes
- being an advocate for local grown, native organic crops
- making people listen and helping them understand how to survive in a crisis
- logistics of getting crops to market for highest resale value
- working on a cattle ranch
Places I Love: Where I Would Love To Work ...
- disaster areas
- backwoods government offices
- NGO and refugee camps
- natural science museums
- open grass plains and rice paddies
- alluvial plains and natural water habitats
- farmland turning into deserts
People I Love: Who I Would Love To Work With ...
- native farmers and ranchers
- NGO volunteers
- passionate government workers
- indigenous tribes
- documentary and film makers
- cowboys and cattle ranch owners
- data geeks and analysts
- world bank employees
Experiences I Love: What Would Make My Workday Amazing
- helping people in a crisis
- finding the right words to get across how we and the animals need each other
- feeling challenged to think outside of the box
- exploring new places
- traveling the world to meet new animals and study a new culture
- following and watching animals in the wild
- flying over the bush at sunset
- stargazing on a clear nigh
- writing happy endings
- making people laugh
- finding a great new hole-in-the-wall restaurant
- sharing my culinary finds with others
Needs, Problems I Love: What I Would Love To Have An Impact On ...
- making a difference when people's food supply is collapsing by being there with ideas, tools and resources to turn things around
- helping people feed their families and end the suffering of starvation
- helping subsistence farmers evolve from eeking out a living at the poverty level to being able to feed their village and sell their excess crops