People with intrapersonal intelligence are adept at looking inward and figuring out their own feelings, motivations and goals. They are introspective and seek understanding. They are intuitive and typically introverted. They learn best independently.
A person with intrapersonal intelligence would react differently to the experience of anger. In the best case scenario, he would first experience anger as an emotion and before acting, would internally notice, “I am feeling anger.” This nano-second of awareness is just enough time to keep that person from responding to the situation with anger. How does a person with intrapersonal intelligence do this? The answer is through a natural tendency toward introspection, and activities which promote self-reflection.
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