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April 23, 2007



Those are helpful tips. I specifically like the logical-mathematical intelligence. Considering every situation is a great way of preparing ourself from any question that might come to our mind when a certain situation arises.


I think we all have preferences for certain types of intelligences more than others -- our strengths, so to speak. But it is also fun to venture outside your comfort zone once in a while and try some different approaches.
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Great list. I agree that we have all our preferences and we stick to the ones that makes us comfortable. And it's better if we know different styles for different approache.


Great idea. It certainly is advantagous to have alternatives. I believe that understanding will be easier if we know different ways of learning. Different approaches will give us more ideas

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