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Logical-Mathematical, Intrapersonal, Linguistic, and Naturalist. Being more specific of two; Bodily Kinesthetic Intelligence is a "hands-on" type skill in which one uses their body or a part of their
body to solve problems or construct products. A good example of people that possess bodily kinesthetic intelligence would be a dancer, athlete, actor, or surgeon. Logical-Mathematical Intelligence is the skill one has for problem solving and scientific thinking. A person that figures out the surround-sound on the television is not working due to the way it is all hooked together would have logical-mathematical intelligence. Interpersonal Intelligence would be a strongest asset for the career I would like to have. In the near future I want to design web sites. Having interpersonal intelligence would allow me to know what a person may be looking for. I would listen to them and know what to recommend for them. Being able to understand people and what they are feeling would be a good asset for most people-person type jobs. what do you think about this?
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