By Josh Lin, a Taiwanese student from Taichung on the Associate Degree Program at the Hubbard College of Administration (HCA), Los Angeles, CA.
In doing the How to Make Planning become an Actuality apprenticeship, I realized that what is “How to get things done” and “How to make things go right.” It’s so interesting to use different viewpoints of seeing things. For example, the viewpoint of the person who writes a program, the viewpoint of the person who receives a program and the viewpoint of the person who is going to make a plan become an actuality. When I write a program, I need to have a whole series of logical lines of how to make a situation or goal solved or achieved. I also need to use another viewpoint of the person who receives a program, so I can see if this program is well understood and it can help achieve the objective. To make a program become actuality, I need to use another viewpoint as a senior, to coordinate, control, confront, and handle any barrier, which may stop the progress. By doing the above, I eventually make a plan become actuality. Now I am more confident that Iím able to make things happen.