Question Questions: Good Food, Good Life

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Question 1: a). Yes I agree that both source A and B are personal mission statements. In source A there is Mahatma Gandhi is expressing his emotions and feelings making it personal to what he believes and to what he has been through. The constant “I shall” and “I will” support this. In source B it’s about the values/ideas of what one should have when being in charge but its values of what Benjamin Franklin states one should have personally making it his own personal mission statement. b). Both these sources are unique in their own way but my preference is Source A. In Source A the mission statement to me is motivating and innovative; I can imagine this being said in a time of desperation and this being used as encouragement at the time which makes it so powerful. In Source B although he states a lot of points that show pride and integrity,…show more content…
"Good Food, Good Life is the promise we commit to everyday, everywhere." - http://www.nestle.co.za/aboutus/missionvision ii). To provide the best tasting, the most nutritious choices in the range of food and beverage promoting the worlds nutrition health and wellness. iii). ”Good Food, Good Life” Its effectiveness lies in its simplicity, its easily interpreted by people from diverse backgrounds meaning its bold and straight to the point. Also the words “Good Food’ Good Life” equate to being healthy and nutritious food. iii). • To be a leading, competitive, Nutrition, Health and Wellness Company delivering improved shareholder value by being a preferred corporate citizen, preferred employer, preferred supplier selling preferred products. • To continue being the world’s leading nutrition, health and wellness company. • To provide consumers with the best tasting and most nutritious choices in a wide range of food and beverage categories. Question 3: a). • Goals are undefined • Setting a goal that is too easy or too challenging • Failing to come to terms with the changes that come once you have achieved your

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