I like this apprenticeship. It was so fun, and I really applied the data I learned from the “Effective Leadership” and “Executive Basics” courses that I took for my associate degree. Now, I think I can tell my workers to get things done. I knew how to handle situations as they arose. I can be a good executive, a good leader. Thanks everyone who helped me do this apprenticeship. What my company representative had to say: Kenny Chen and his team helped me to hand out the fliers for the Japanese sushi restaurant, Tatsuki. Tatsuki lost one of its staff members recently and promotional action was needed very badly. We had more than 10,000 fliers but no one could hand them out to our potential customers. Kenny and his team helped me and handed the fliers out to our local potential customers. They distributed 2,327 fliers in one day!! Their promotional action made our restaurant known to a lot of local public and would enable us to have an increased gross income. Kenny and his team did a great job. Thank you very much! Hiro Suganuma What my team had to say: Today, I helped Kenny with his Executive Basics & Effective Leadership apprenticeship. He is a nice person. He usually gave me good direction and acknowledgement and this made me able to finish the task. Finally, we finished the task on time with lots of flyers handed out. It was a good experience for me regarding promotional actions. I learned lots of things. Jack Cheng In this apprenticeship of Executive Basics & Effective Leadership, I really found out that this technology really works. Kenny told us the purpose of doing the assignment and hatted us. He then showed us how to do it and did the drills with us. He organized us into teams to complete the assignment. We reached the quota and exceeded it. It was a really good experience as Kenny also noted down everyone’s statistic so he knew how well each team was doing. He then managed by statistics. For me, it really worked. It’s really important that people know this Administrative technology and apply it with certainty and good intention. Thus the assignment or other actions can be done. Josh Lin Kenny gave us a real target, which was possible to achieve and at the same time, required honest work to accomplish the target. We had good rapport and I understood the job and how to do the work correctly. When handing out the fliers, my attitude was so important because it affects people’s attention on the fliers. I had a good time and felt good working hard to achieve the goal. Gloria Liu By Kenny Chen, a Taiwanese student from Taipei on the associate degree program at the Hubbard College of Administration (HCA), Los Angeles, CA. The HCA is a self-paced business school that offers an exceptional business administration curriculum, unique learning technology, life-changing apprenticeships and internships, assistance with job placement and a lifetime warranty for students. I recently completed the Formulas for Business Success and Management by Statistics courses and am currently on the Ethics for Business Survival course.