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Ric Phillips
Works at 3V Communications Ltd.
Attended Brock University, Quinte S.S.
Lives in Toronto, Ontario
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I love to share information and recommend resources to my friends and clients, and love hearing about books and authors that have made a difference in their life too. Like many I have an Amazon page that lists the books I use in my coaching and training to help clients and teams improve their ...
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Hey are you a left-handed Leo like me? I've got a favor to ask...😜
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The interesting thing about words is that they have different meanings to different people, even when using the same language, due to the way we process, filter and finally understand information. What does a word mean to you? Does it mean the exact same thing to every member of your family, ...
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A fun job helping a Toronto family in communication crisis...watch this 2 minute video from my work in 2009!  :) 
Here is a 2-minute clip of the half-hour TV show 'Save Us From Our House!' that I guest-coached on in order to help out a real family in Toronto. I am putting it up here for posterity! (LOL) Enjoy. This entry was posted in Interpersonal Communications, Videos and tagged conflict resolution, ...
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Public speaking should not scare you to death, but the truth is, it is the number one fear for many people. Personally, after watching the movie Jaws when I was a kid, I can't think of anything worse than being chewed up by a shark! However, it is important to recognize than the anxiety caused ...
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Do you know the rule of 75% when it comes to public speaking and presentations? I do, but I had forgotten it briefly. It came back to bite me one weekend years ago in the middle of a training workshop, so I would like to take this opportunity to share it with you so you can avoid making the same mistake I did in your upcoming seminars, workshops, meetings, speeches, public speaking and presentations.
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Tips to help public speaking!
If you’d like to change the world with your speaking, here are some of the best tips from Toastmasters
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Friends, there are tons of spelling/grammar mistakes in this video.  If edited it would really help the impact of the video and we could enjoy it even more.  :)  Thanks.
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Communication Coach & Trainer
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Reading minds and making people have fun while they learn!
Employment
  • 3V Communications Ltd.
    President, Head Coach & Trainer, 2006 - present
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Toronto, Ontario
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Belleville, Ontario - St. Catharines, Ontario - Mississauga, Ontario - Tongren, Guizhou, China - Moscow, Russia
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Communication Coach & Trainer, helping others communicate with confidence & clarity!
Introduction
Communication Coach & Trainer, and body language expert. Lifelong martial artist. Currently a blue belt BJJ roller. Diehard Trekkie.  Entrepreneur who runs 3V Communications from Toronto, Ontario and trains entrepreneurs with YEDI - York Entrepreneurship Development Institute. 
http://www.communicationcoach.ca/
http://www.3VCommunications.ca/
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Accidentally swam with sharks in Thailand in 1999 and lived to tell about it!
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  • Brock University, Quinte S.S.
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The Rule of 75% for Presentations by Ric Phillips
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A Winnipeg mom questions the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority's competency after sending schools an immunization information sheet riddled

Tea sipper to sommelier | Toronto Star
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There are more than 100 tea sommeliers in Canada thanks to George Brown College

Redemption from Kung Fu Foolishness | Grapplearts
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Anyone in my age group will understand how it came to be that the first martial art I fell in love was ninjutsu. Ninjas were everywhere thos

Happy Canada Day! A Brief Guide for Getting Along with Canadians | LinkedIn
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In 1867, Queen Victoria, Queen Elizabeth's great-great-grandmother wrote in her proclamation, "We do ordain, declare, and command, that on a

Three Words You Shouldn't Say About Yourself | LinkedIn
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When we interact with other people, what do we want? As I started to study that question, I came across a wonderful quote. “There are two ki

11 Things To NEVER Say In A Presentation by @XCamilleWong
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Inspired by Jeff Haden’s Article: “11 PHRASES GREAT SPEAKERS NEVER SAY” Here are 11 valuable tips for your next presentation on what not to

7 Customer Service Lessons from a Jedi Master
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If you know me personally, you know I'm a fan of both great customer service, and Star Wars. Now, the two usually don’t go together, but wit

The 3P's of Effective Business Communication by Ric Phillips
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Sometimes we entrepreneurs and consultants forget the simple rules in life. Often though, simple is best. This article provides a straight-f

The Best BJJ Submissions Revealed | Grapplearts
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What's the best submission in BJJ? Wow, that's a tough question! And the first problem is trying to define what we mean by the word 'best'..

Customer Service in Japan is Perfect - How? by Ric Phillips
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When travelling to Japan it is hard not to notice the politeness of the people, especially in the shops, malls, restaurants and other busine

I have been going here on and off over the past few years. They change menus, of course, sometimes to my chagrin, but all in all it's a fun place to stop in and drink some sake and Kirin, listen to funky music and order some food. It has decent yakitori and other dishes. This is not a sushi restaurant - it's an izakaya, so don't expect it to be a "McSushi". I have found for the most part the staff are very friendly and polite, and the food tasty. I don't mind paying a little extra $$ if the food and service match.
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Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
I have only been here twice (as of this post), and am no expert on this type of food. All I can tell you is that I really, really liked it! The lunch specials are great and the staff was friendly and calm, which I like. I took my wife here and a business associate - they liked it too. I will be back. :)
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
I like the vast selection and that it's a nice alternative to ice cream. It's fun and friendly.
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
I used to go here often as my Japanese wife used to work here a long time ago when she first came to Toronto. Japanese owned and run - what more do you need to hear? Excellent family style cooking and you will love the fresh ingredients. This is where REAL Japanese sushi is, not the fake stuff choking Toronto. You will pay more but you will get more in quality of food and service.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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I led a group of 9 people here for the first time recently when we booked a lunch on a Friday afternoon. All in all the food was really, really good! All of us were very satisfied with the flavour and portion sizes. Personally I had gumbo, calamari and catfish, washed down with Steamwhistle. The waitress didn't even freak out when the group decided at the end to go separate bills instead of group, and we agreed she could add the 15% auto tip to each individual bill. A very good first experience and I will be back for sure. The reason I gave it 4 stars and not 5 is because they never seem to have alligator available. We really wanted to try, but were denied. If you are going to call yourself N'Awlins, then you have to stock up on Gator!
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Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
I'll keep this short and sweet. It's a great place with good service and creative, delicious food. Need to impress a date or apologize for something? This place helps! :)
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
My wife and I come here because it's a pub that does not serve horrible food like most pubs! They actually seem to care about food quality and presentation! I hope they do not cheap-out. We love their food, their selection and their unique beers and ciders. The staff are also friendly and attentive. We are happy to bring our friends and family here, because we know they will have a great time!
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago