Occupation: Quality Management
Please describe your vision of a world that works for everyone.
My vision of the world that works for everyone is a world where everyone is accepted, respected for who they are. A world where no man is judged based on how the look or the colors of their skins but they are recognized based on their character. A world where everyone will be courageous to face the truth. Take up responsibility when necessary and required.
This world is achievable if we all learn love, to teach and mentor each other.
What do you see as the most pressing problems facing the world today?
The most pressing problems of the pressing problems facing the world today are
1. Natural disaster: There are countries that suffer from one natural disaster or the other almost every year. Examples of these disasters are Volcanic eruption, earthquake and tsunami. Let us take the Japan recent Tsunami as a case study. The effect is gradually creeping into other countries.
2. The problem of War: So many countries engage in war that results to the lose of intellectuals and causes economic breakdown. Thousands of people become refugees and famine becomes the other of the day.
3. Diseases: There are so many diseases that causes rapid lose of life in our world today. Cancer and Aids are examples of these deadly diseases that affects the world at large.
4. Racism: The discrimination between the black and white negatively affects the entire world because this causes disagreement even in matters that needs be be agreed upon for the benefits of all.
How do you feel these problems could best be solved?
The problem of Natural disaster can be reduced by we going into research and exploration, learning more about these disaster and how to put them under check.
The problem of war can be handled by people both on an individual, group, national level understanding each other and not try to imposed oneself on the other. We all need to learn how to mange conflicts before it results to war.
The problem of diseases can be solved by embracing technology and health care systems. We can also solve these problems by learning more about our bodies.
This will open doors to solutions for diseases and viruses that we have never before considered. Doctors will be able to diagnose diseases and ailments with the technology on time before it becomes a problem that can’t be solved.
For racism, we should all learn to love and tolerate each other, having in mind that it is a win win world and together we stand the better our chance to win.
My name is Happiness Onwuabiauka Ugochi. I am from Imo State in Nigeria. I am a graduate from the Lagos State University where i studied personnel Management. A ninth child in a family of 12 including parents. As a child I have always had the desire to learn things as much i can to teach others. So, this desire inspired my interest in personal development. I love to read books. Listen to inspirational speakers, my favorite local radio station is Inspirational FM where life issues are shared. My desire to improve myself and others drove me to establishing a local youth club. (The real Life Club) where we work with Teenagers. I am a member of the Toastmasters club in Nigeria. Toastmaster is an international Club with the vision of improving members leadership and communication skills. Presently, I work with an Engineering Firm where I practice my skills in Quality Management in Lagos Nigeria. I have done some professional training on Quality Management. I’m in the process of establishing my own Logistics and procurement company and seeing it grow as one of the leading indigenous companies come year 2017. I desire is to travel all over the world, meeting people with different culture and learning from them all.