What is my natural intelligence?

Alfred-BinetIn the late 1970’s Howard Gardner, a lecturer at Harvard University, USA was working on a project to assess the scientific knowledge concerning human potential. In 1983 he published his research on what he called Multiple Intelligences. In essence he said that it’s not how smart you are(IQ) it’s where you are smart.

We are all smart in different ways but there is one single dominant intelligence where we are considerably more dominant. For instance, an ability to quickly speak a new language means you have a strong linguistic intelligence.

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