Rodger Bailey
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  • Uruguay
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About Me:
I'm an expat from the USA, living and working in Montevideo, Uruguay.

I have been working with brain function and behavior since the late '70s. I'm a practitioner who teaches, consults, and explores how and why the brain operates the way it does.

Most recently, I've been developing an online training for a program I developed in the early '80s: The Language And Behavior Profile (LAB Profile). With decades of consulting I've been tweaking and augmenting the original 12 LAB patterns.

Now there are 17 patterns, which I've never taught publicly before. So, this new program is LAB Profile 2.0™. You cab get a glimpse of this program at my Website.

Formerly, my focus was on the brain's execution of skills. Specifically, I'm working with athletic skills.

I have found that it is possible to measurably improve athletic performance with an exclusive training, which fine-tunes the brain's execution of those skills. The results are higher levels of performance with fewer mistakes. The improvements are predictable and consistent.

I would like to demonstrate to you how athletes can achieve these higher levels of performance.

I'm confident that in 5 minutes you will be convinced that this provides a significant competitive advantage.
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The Language And Behavior Profile is a method for knowing what makes a person 'tick' based on how they talk.

Now, this is not like those profilers from the FBI. This is not about psychology and does not require advanced degrees. It is a practical method for finding the hidden meanings in what people say.

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At 12:50pm on March 20, 2016, L. Curtis Muldrew said…

Rodger: Vincent is right. You have a wealth of resources (friends) willing and capable of assisting. Moreover, you are far too humble. Based upon what I can read, you are a natural. You'll do fine.

If I can help in any way, please let me know.

At 10:54am on March 20, 2016, L. Curtis Muldrew said…
Congratulations on being featured in Brandergy! You do great work. I wish you continued success.
At 1:26pm on February 9, 2016, Jessica Roemischer said…

Dear Rodger, My apology for the delay in response. I just read your message, and your approach is 'music to my ears!' You've articulated my sense: that music can free the human spirit - body and mind - in ways that redefine our sense of 'disabilities.' How wonderful that you're actually seeing the effects of the work you're doing, to such an extent that the 'traditional' approach, i.e. medication, etc., is rendered, at least partly, obsolete! I'm thrilled to consider, and see the evidence of in my work, that a disability is more a function of our prejudices than of reality, and that, given the tools of rhythm, melody and music-making (which, after all are universally human capacities), we can step into a new world. I wrote a paper, which I delivered at the Oxford Round Table, about this very subject. Here's the link:

I welcome the opportunity to  dialogue further about this! Very best wishes, Jessica

At 6:06pm on February 1, 2016, Shane M.D. Scott said…

It seems we both have a passion for helping those with Developmental Disabilities and their families.  I've done advocacy, consulting and coaching since 2005.  I don't do as much as I used to based on other word demands, but I was lucky enough to go all the way to the United States Supreme Court on an autism case with the family involved.  We won.  It was gratifying.  We'll keep in touch and if I come across any info that looks pertinent or might be of interest to you, I'll pass it along.

All the best,


At 11:28am on January 10, 2016, Jessica Roemischer said…

Feel free to contact me, Rodger. Yes, I specialize in bringing the liberating effect of music to people of all ages and backgrounds. It's a great joy!

At 10:55pm on September 1, 2008, Roxanne Darling said…
Hi Roger,

Our company Bare Feet Studios, provides similar consulting and coaching to yours I believe. I speak at conferences a lot, am a founding member of the Social Media Club, and our daily video, Beach Walks with Rox, is our internet TV show with its own community called The Reef. I love this stuff!
At 4:57pm on August 16, 2008, Ronald Moss said…
G'day Rodger

Thanks for the post and add. The world is our stage and playground.

ILive, ILearn, IProsper

Regards, Ronald
At 11:47am on August 7, 2008, Vincent Wright said…
Good morning, Rodger.
Thanks for asking me your questions. Unfortunately, I'm *supremely* tied up with a recruiting assignment which much be finished TODAY. So, I may not be able to fully address your question on this day. That aside, I believe I'd take a slightly different approach than what you're contemplating. For me, I'd leave the multiple IDs alone and instead take advantage of Ning's platform in a different way: set up multiple Ning sites. Ning permits you to have up to 10. Each site is powerful. Lots and lots and lots you can do with them. At the same time, you'd continue to build up consistency in your online presence. (Please take it from me - that's important. (I learned it the hard way.))

Must run but, Keep STRONG, Rodger!
At 2:44pm on August 6, 2008, George Konetsky said…
Delighted to hear from you. My wife specifically works with autistic children that are at a pre-school developmental level. She says I have a teacher's ability too, but I am already entrenched in recruiting at this stage of my career.
At 3:07am on July 11, 2008, Patrik Eriksson said…
Hi Roger,
Thanks for adding me!
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