Intrapersonal Intelligence

Children with strong intrapersonal intelligence tend to 'march to the beat of their own drum'. They have high self-esteem, self-confidence and are perfectionists. They are in tune with their emotions, abilities and goals. They tend to learn from their own mistakes and successes. They are usually introverted and play on their own. They do not seek the approval of their peers nor their companionship.

Learning Style: They learn best by concentrating and working out the topic learned on their own.

Future Careers: Philosophers, scientists, psychologists, writers and theologians.

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