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How do you define edge and how would you rate your ability to make the tough decisions to follow your values?

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How do you define edge and how would you rate your ability to make the tough decisions to follow your values?

Edge: 'The ability to make tough decisions and the willingness to sacrifice the security of today for the sake of a better future.' Edge: 'Facing reality and having the courage to act, all to build for the future.' (AuthorStream.com) Edge is being decisive and people with edge can get input from multiple sources quickly, know when to stop assessing and can make tough decisions even with incomplete information.

Edge is one skill that differentiates great leaders from the rest of the people. Everybody makes many decisions everyday but when it comes to high-impact decisions, one cannot afford to make errors in judgment. To be able to know how to make the right choices in situations like these can strongly influence one's ability to get ahead in both his/her career and in life.

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