Thomas Riche

My Slight Edge

Thomas Riche
My Slight Edge Training & Consulting offers high performance programs, workshops, and assessments designed to help you reach your goals. Our programs are supported by more than 25 years of research and development. Coach Thomas Riche have partnered with 360 Solutions, an international workshop and training development company, Inscape Publishing, the world leader in DiSC learning resources, and 48 Days to the Work You Love, offering workshops to help you find your life's purpose. We offer 1/2 day and full-day Slight Edge workshops, on-going monthly programs, and Slight Edge keynote presentations.

Slight Edge Training & Consulting uses the following Inscape products in its high impact training. Take some time to explore and review the self-assessments that have made Inscape the world leader in DiSC learning resources.
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My Slight Edge uses DiSC assessments allow an organization to learn more about it's people so the needs of team members are known and can be met. Organizations worldwide have embraced the language of DiSC® to pave the way for successful training, coaching, and consulting applications.
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48 Days To The Work You Love came out of Thomas Riche's concern that people would talk about new ideas and opportunities – and yet not know how to chart the complex changes in their lives. 48 Days is a long enough time period to evaluate where you are, get the advice of people you trust, decide what your best options are, create a plan, and ACT. My Slight Edge will give you the tools and knowledge you need to discover a new way to view the world in 48 Days.

The Platinum Rule

Of course, we all know the Golden Rule, Do unto others... Do you know the Platinum Rule? It simply states, "Treat others the way
they want to be treated."
My Slight Edge offers a complete line of Platinum Rule products to help you understand if you are truly treating your customers the way they want to be treated.
Life Coach Thomas Rich gives us an example of a Cable Installer who sets up your email box with your new high speed internet.
Some customers will appreciate the service; while others will resent not being allowed to pick their own Screen Name & Password. You must ask the customer how he wants to be treated: DYI or full service?
How will you define success