PI or personal intelligence is the new kid on the block if you want to be a success charmer. Personal intelligence has been staging a lot of attention even though the concept can still be presumed to be in its infancy kindly enough for its ability to shape one’s career and relationships.
To get the basics right, PI is the ability of knowing oneself. The importance of PI lies in the fact that only when one realised his/her true capabilities and intelligence can he/she truly live optimally. Imagine you have an extraordinarily hidden talent that you have no clue about and therefore, never recognising it. Another regrettably example would be that of overrating yourself and living in false pride only to be disappointed when reality comes draws the curtain open.
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If you get deeper into the essence of PI, it is the ability to reason about personality and use it as well as personal information to enhance one’s plans, thoughts and life experiences.
Chief components of personal intelligence include:
If PI doesn’t interest you, you must ask yourself if you want to be a part of tens of thousands of people, who derail themselves from an optimally lived life by making the wrong decisions about what work environment to enter, what job to take, who to work with and underrating their deficiencies and overrating their abilities. If you are not happy with your life and do not mind it going the way it is, you have a low PI.
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For those, who cannot wait to climb the ladder of success, introspection is the tool, but to practise that so as to be successful, you need to be patient. Introspection is a deliberate and time-consuming process that demands one to study himself/herself enough to seep into his/her real self. Take a look at these tips to enhance your PI.
Once you have recorded your observations in all the core areas, match them with current situation. For instance, if you haven’t been able to graduate first year of college because you study with groups of friends and your observation tells you that you are a good learner when you study alone, switch to the latter. Do not stop asking yourself questions even if you think you have answered them all.
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