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By: CJ McGillivrayPublished On: December 7, 2021
How do you define intelligence? Being smart is not about demonstrating your ability to memorize content, nor is it a direct reflection of your level of education. Intelligence can mean so many things and the application of intelligence will vary from person to person. You could be book smart or street smart, good with people or good with numbers. Intelligence can mean success in any number of areas. From logical insight to interpersonal effectiveness, read on to learn about the eight varied types of intelligence, what they mean for you, and how are each type can be applied to the world of digital design and marketing.
Give yourself the best chance of success by building on your natural intelligence and cultivating expertise in marketing or design. Identify where you excel and create your portfolio based on those strengths. Gain foundational knowledge with the help of a UX design course or digital marketing course. Remember that everyone has different strengths and your intelligence may not look or feel the same as the person next to you. By applying yourself and prioritizing continuing education, you can learn everything you need to know about UX design and digital marketing.
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