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Intrapersonal Intelligence


Intrapersonal Intelligence is defined as having the following criteria:
  
highly developed self-knowledge, defined as having accurate knowledge of oneís dreams, goals, strengths, limitations, moods, anxieties, desires, and motivations,
the ability to act on the basis of self-knowledge, creating environments, guiding behavior, and making decisions based on an accurate picture of oneself.
People that have intrapersonal intelligence know themselves well. They arenít forced into molds, and they make descisions based on what is right for themselves.  They possess a strong sense of idenity and purpose. 
 
 

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