1. Intelligence in understanding complex phenomena. (This is very important for business and military leaders and many others. How high do you think Warren Buffet’s intelligence is?)
2. Musical intelligence. This is the kind displayed by Mozart. How did he know how to write music that we would want to listen to?
3. Social intelligence. Important in almost every field; it often develops late. Can you read body language? Can you judge who is “solid” and reliable; who tells the truth; who fools you; who fools himself?
4. Evaluation of real-time motion. Key for fighter pilots, nintendo players, and football and basketball players.
5. Large picture intelligence. This is related to the complex phenomena aspect. It is exemplified by our greatest political leaders, those who not only had “vision” but could follow through on it.