career educationWhen I began the “How to Get Things Done” course as part of my career education, I didn’t quite know what to expect. You would think that the title would say it all but there is much more involved than one might guess. The material extensively refers to intention and getting your intention across in order to get actions completed. The course is built on such a comfortable gradient that it was easy to watch my intention growing as the course progressed. Actual growth in ability during study helps facilitate taking what has been learned and applying it to the outside world. It’s amazing what you can do with intention alone. I also didn’t realize how great of an environment the college is. This course in particular requires a lot of drills and multiple partners to get through them. Unlike other colleges, people at the Hubbard college  are very quick to work and help one another, as if it is everyone’s goal to get each other through the programs. It’s refreshing to see that people care about more than just their situation and improving it on a single individual level. That is the biggest thing I learned through this course. In order for your organization to run it takes the willingness to work together even if you don’t receive immediate compensation. You will achieve success only with strong intention of doing so. The HCA is a self-paced business school that offers an exceptional business administration curriculum, unique learning technology, life-changing internships, assistance with job placement and a lifetime warranty for students.  I am currently taking the “How to Get Along with Others” apprenticeship. By Bryant Brackett, an American student at the Hubbard College of Administration (HCA), Los Angeles, CA.