Entrepreneurs are businessmen who take risks. They rely on themselves to solve their problems and manage their business.
The work I would do as an entrepreneur connects to my intrapersonal intelligence. Therefore, I am interested in pursuing this as a career in the future.
Becoming an entrepreneur is a suitable career for me. Since I have an intrapersonal intelligence, I make decisions most beneficial for me and understand their consequences.
I am considering to pursue a career as an engineer. My mathematical/logical intelligence supports why an engineer is an appropriate career for me. Engineers need to be able to think logically and have good problem-solving skills.
My mathematical/logical intelligence shows that I can make logical decisions and handle problems well.
They need to know how to analyze, design and develop their ideas or apply these skills to different things such as machines.
Similarly, I easily understand visuals and I am creative. Therefore, with my visual/spatial intelligence, becoming a photographer is a promising career for me.
My visual/spatial intelligence opens up a possible career as a photographer. Photographers are creative, pay attention to detail and are good at understanding images.
Counselors are compassionate, discreet, research-oriented, self-aware, etc. I consider a counselor as a possible occupation for me because of my intrapersonal and mathematical/logical intelligence.
I am self-aware because I understand myself and I am research-oriented because I like to provide reasoning to my answers (research).
These two types of intelligences make a counselor a possible occupation for me.
A computer programmer is a possible occupation for myself in the future. Computer programmers have analytical thinking, problem-solving skills and pay attention to small detail.
My mathematical/logical intelligence proves that I have good problem-solving skills and analytical thinking because I think logically and make decisions with reasoning.
My top three types of intelligences provide a clear understanding of how I work and why I find certain subjects easier than others. They help me understand what kind of strengths and weaknesses I have as a student. With all things considered, the multiple intelligences help develop an understanding of yourself and a future career.