By Gloria Liu, a Taiwanese student from Taipei on the associate degree program at the Hubbard College of Administration (HCA), Los Angeles, CA. I just completed the “How to Effectively Handle Work” apprenticeship. This was a really good apprenticeship because I actually experienced handling someone who had confusions at their work, who had incomplete cycles of actions (tasks not completed), who was not in control of the tools or equipment they used on a daily basis. At the beginning of handling the confusion, I, as well as the person I was helping, felt slightly overwhelmed. However, once we found and adopted a stable datum and, subsequently, worked out the handling using that stable datum as a referral point, the confusion disappeared. The situation turned out to be simple actually. It was an amazing experience to see the confusion disappear. From this experience, I am certain that everyone has the potential to handle confusion. One does not need to be a Ph.D. to sort out the confusion or to bring about order. Applying the administrative technology of completing a cycle of action was not that hard to apply either. To complete a cycle of action, all one needs to do is start an action, do the action until the desired result is achieved, and then stop. It is as simple as that: start, change, and stop. That’s it. From this apprenticeship, I gained experience handling confusion. I discovered for myself more ways to discern and adopt a stable datum for confusion and with that came my ability to create more solutions to handle the situation. I liked this apprenticeship a lot. Hubbard College of Administration 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 am currently on the “How to Achieve Effective Learning” course.