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<club-desc-paragraph>Award-winning Harvard Business School Professor Laura Huang believes success is about gaining an “edge.” But what, exactly, does that mean? And how can people find their own unique, competitive edge, especially when they feel like the odds are stacked against them?<club-desc-paragraph>
<club-desc-paragraph>Rather than focusing on credentials and skill sets, Laura emphasizes our ability to shape others’ perceptions. Instead of holding ourselves back or trying to fit a specific mold, we can confront our “shortcomings” and turn them into assets. With the right strategies, along with a healthy dose of self-awareness, we can use our most authentic selves to gain the upper hand.<club-desc-paragraph>
<club-desc-paragraph>Supported by extensive research and anecdotes from everyday and noteworthy people—including BookClub authors GaryVee and Arlan Hamilton—Edge outlines the actionable steps we can all take to find our “edge.” Join author Laura Huang and host Barbara Corcoran as they share their own experiences, challenge each other’s assumptions, and offer advice to everyone looking for their edge.<club-desc-paragraph>
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<club-landing-paragraph>Laura reveals her favorite story from her book: one that’s close to home. The two reflect on surprising encounters that helped shape their own “edge.”<club-landing-paragraph>
<club-landing-paragraph>Barbara questions the idea that intuition can be learned. Laura outlines her perspective, along with activities she uses in her classroom.<club-landing-paragraph>
<club-landing-paragraph>Laura talks about owning your weaknesses, dealing with stereotypes, and finding ways to use delight to your advantage.<club-landing-paragraph>
<club-landing-paragraph>Using GaryVee as an example, Laura notes how self-awareness can become an edge. She also emphasizes the importance of growing where you’re planted.<club-landing-paragraph>
<club-landing-paragraph>Laura explains why “effort” is the final chapter, and shortest section, of her book.<club-landing-paragraph>
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