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IMPROVING INTELLIGENCE

THERE ARE 8 TYPES OF INTELLIGENCE , ACCORDING TO HOWARD GARDNER.
THE MAIN IDEA TO IMPROVE THE INTELLIGENCE LEVEL IS TO BELIVE IN DIVERISTY OF
RESOURECS OF INTELLIGENCE . IN ADDITION, TO IMPRESS THESE TYPES AS DIALY BASIS AND
APPLY IT PRACTIALY .
IF WE BELIVE IN THE INTELLIGENCE CAN NOT BE GAINED,AND IT IS GENETIC , DETERMINED
AT BIRTH, WE WILL BURRY OUR MIND AND NEGLECT IT.
THERE ARE SOME STEPS TO HELP US TO TURN THESE THEORIES INTO PRACTICIAL WAYS:
SEEK NOVELTY-
CHALLENGE YOURSELF-
THINK CREATIVELY-
DO THINGS THE HARD WAY-
NETWORK-
ANY ONE OF THESE THINGS BY ITSELF IS GREAT, BUT IF YOU REALLY WANT TO FUNCTION AT YOUR
ABSOLUTE COGNITIVE BEST, YOU SHOULD DO ALL FIVE, AND AS OFTEN AS POSSIBLE. IN FACT, IF YOU
ADOPT THESE AS FUNDAMENTAL GUIDELINES, YOU WILL BE PERFORMING AT YOUR PEAK ABILITY, SURPASSING EVEN WHAT YOU BELIEVE YOU ARE CAPABLE OF—ALL WITHOUT ARTIFICIAL ENHANCEMENT.

TO SUM UP
INTELLIGENCE ISN’T JUST ABOUT HOW MANY LEVELS OF MATH COURSES YOU’VE
TAKEN, HOW FAST YOU CAN SOLVE AN ALGORITHM, OR HOW MANY VOCABULARY WORDS . IT’S ABOUT BEING ABLE TO APPROACH A NEW PROBLEM, RECOGNIZE ITS IMPORTANT COMPONENTS, AND SOLVE IT—THEN TAKE THAT KNOWLEDGE GAINED AND PUT IT TOWARDS SOLVING THE NEXT, MORE COMPLEX PROBLEM. IT’S ABOUT INNOVATION AND IMAGINATION, AND ABOUT BEING ABLE TO PUT THAT TO USE TO MAKE THE WORLD A BETTER PLACE. THIS IS THE KIND OF INTELLIGENCE THAT IS VALUABLE, AND THIS IS THE TYPE OF INTELLIGENCE WE SHOULD BE STRIVING FOR AND ENCOURAGING.…...

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