Motivational Letter Essay

839 words - 4 pages


“The strength of the team is each individual member. The strength of each member is the team." Phil Jackson

As quoted by Phil Jackson, the force lies in the unity and the achievements are made possible by a
collaborative spirit or teamwork. To me, collaborative spirit is a fist where each finger contributes its
unique ability to strengthen the fist.

To build a better tomorrow for the world – teamwork,

partnerships and collaboration is a must. The competency lies under embracing the benefits of mutual
cooperation. There is a thin line between success and mere survival. I would rate an individual
working and achieving as mere survival but the ...view middle of the document...

Also, as a
member of the Sikh Central Committee, we work towards relocating really poor and needy old age
people to towns and give them proper food and shelter along with basic education to help them for
their survival. This committee also believes in serving the victims of a natural disaster. Starting from
the Gujarat calamity in 2001, Tsunami in 2004, Uttarakhand Floods in 2013 and Jammu & Kashmir
disaster in 2014, we have tried to provide relief aid by raising funds and sending clothing, food, firstaid to the calamity hit areas. All of these individual projects are a stupendous outcome of the
collaborative spirit of the entire team.

Jaspreet Singh Manchanda / June 15, 2015

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The most recent incident in my sphere of collaborative spirit had been working towards the relief for
the people who suffered in Jammu & Kashmir (India) floods in 2014. With a belief of achieving things
and crossing each milestone with a grace, the entire team was able to provide relief aid to almost
1200 homes and around 5000 people. The project started when we, a team of 24 people, went to
different areas of J&K Region in small groups and identified the regions where the aid from
government was not reaching, especially small villages. The homes of a few were destroyed
completely. We then collected funds, food, clothes and medicines from across northern India, went
from door to door to individuals and trusts. Eventually, we were able to send approximately, 15,000
pieces of garments...

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