I am Alex Edwards, an American student from Tujunga, California on the Associate Degree Program at the Hubbard College of Administration (HCA), Los Angeles, CA. This course, How to Evaluate and Predict Human Behavior has data that is very important for every manager. After finishing it, one can predict how people will act under certain situations, whether a person is being truthful with you or whether a person is the ideal employee for you and much more. This course contains a total of ten lectures on the subject of human evaluation. One learns about the main emotional tonespeople go through and what to expect at each of those levels. One finds out why there are people who get stuck at an emotional tone and why over time people start to go lower in emotional tones. Also one learns about how there are eight ways that man is trying to survive; these are called the Dynamics of Existence. When a person makes a decision that positively affects the majority of the dynamics he will be happier. This is called an optimum solution. One also learns what three factors determine an individual’s personality. The last tape is about something very important; it covers the data about how to increase fondness (Affinity), level of agreement (Reality) and communication (Communication) between people. These three things are actually interdependent and if one is lessened then the other two are as well. For example, if there is someone you just couldn’t seem to agree with, you would be less likely to speak with that individual and your fondness for him would lower as well. Same way in reverse, if one can agree with someone easily one is more inclined to talk to that person and would enjoy his presence. Emotional tone has a lot to do with Affinity, Reality and Communication. For instance, people who are angry won’t agree with cheerful people and people in grief won’t agree with people in fear. However, people who are in fear will agree with others in fear and the same goes for people in anger. To learn more about why this is so, I suggest you get started on the course. I had a lot of fun doing this course and learned a lot of information that I didn’t have before. All of this data has helped me in my relations with others and choosing the right people to be around. Itís given me tools to predict whether someone is responsible, understands easily, or gets sick easily. If managers had this data, they would have the ability to choose employees that would help their business survive and prosper. They could base their sales techniques so as to persuade any individual to buy their product(s) or service(s). They would know exactly how to improve their relationship with clients, personnel and the general public. In summary, the tools included in the ìHow to Evaluate and Predict Human Behaviorî course are priceless and have been sought after for many years. I encourage you to take advantage of this fine opportunity and get yourself trained in using these Administrative techniques as soon as possible. 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 Evaluate and Predict Human Behavior apprenticeship.