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You might be wondering what is LAB Profile?
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.
These hidden meanings let you accurately predict what a person will do in given situations. Watch…Continue
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Profiling has a bad name.
I started officially profiling in 1980, in a project with Southwest Airlines.
The Chairman at SWA wanted his airline to be the lowest complaint-ratio airline in the USA. They had been improving their recruiting and training focusing on reducing customer complaints.…Continue
Added by Rodger Bailey on March 30, 2017 at 9:25am — No Comments
If you knew the hidden meanings in what people say, you could have an edge in every conversation.
You would be able to predict and influence their behavior.
You would be able to recognize the…Continue
Added by Rodger Bailey on March 25, 2017 at 9:40am — No Comments
What people say and how they say it are guidebooks into their thinking processes and their behavior. These guidebooks also give us information so we that can predict and influence their behavior.
I have created a series of short videos which introduce you to some of the guideposts in those guidebooks.
Here is the…Continue
Added by Rodger Bailey on March 23, 2017 at 3:49pm — No Comments
What if there was a simple shift in conditioning that would boost athletic performance, execution precision, and ranking?
Let me demonstrate this wobble for you. If you extend your arm, point your finger at a distant point, and look down your arm past your fingertip, you will notice that your arm wobbles a little. Your fingertip will appear to be moving around and across that distant target you are pointing…
Added by Rodger Bailey on July 16, 2016 at 9:08am — No Comments
Imagine athletes wanting to be the best in their sport and following the normal conditioning, training, and competition regimen of their sport. They tend to operate within a paradigm and anything outside that paradigm cannot be imagined, is not considered, does not exist, or cannot be possible.
The same is true for coaches. They have spent years in their sport and their experience builds their paradigm of how their sport functions and how to prepare their athletes for the highest…Continue
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There are many tasks in our modern world which require high levels of precision. Certain professions such as astronaut, surgeon, aircraft…Continue
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Many of us are gathering data and turning that data into information.…Continue
Professional Athletes Need Rehab
A common thread for professional athletes is that they get injured, while performing their sport.
I'm certainly not…Continue
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How Pro Athletes Quickly Return To Top Form After Being Medically Cleared…
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Steph Curry is an NBA player with the Golden State Warriors. He was the MVP of the NBA for the 2014-2015 season. He is a spectacular basketball player and quite popular with NBA fans across the league. Before each game, he performs a pre-game warm-up regimen which is uniquely his.
Here is a little 3-minute version of his 20-30 minute warm-up:…Continue
Added by Rodger Bailey on March 15, 2016 at 7:30am — No Comments
I wasn't expecting to see that!
In the match between Novak Djokovic and Bjorn Fratangelo, on Sunday, March 13, 2016, Novak had poor timing in the first set, but he was able to get his timing mostly back in control for the next two sets. That match went to Novak 2-6, 6-1, 6-2.
Timing is much more than…Continue
Added by Rodger Bailey on March 14, 2016 at 9:19am — No Comments
Autism Spectrum Disorder and Developmental Disorders are windows looking at differing spans of the same spectrum.
The definitions of ASD and Developmental Disorders are in a state of flux, because of new definitions in the DSMs. These changes in the Diagnostic manual are causing difficulty for stakeholders in these areas. Service providers, parents, observers, participants are all being affected by these shifts in labels and definitions.
As service providers, these changes make…Continue
Added by Rodger Bailey on March 14, 2016 at 7:00am — No Comments
This is not an article about sports psychology.
This is an article about an athlete's brain as a machine, which probably needs a tune-up.…Continue
Added by Rodger Bailey on February 22, 2016 at 4:30pm — No Comments
For many of us, we have learned that if you have a specific gene, you will be affected by what that gene does to you.
For others of us, we have learned that if you have a specific gene, you might be affected by what that gene can do to you.
A relatively new understanding of genes is being called Epigenetics. It is about how…Continue
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Connecting on LinkedIn
I have an ongoing strategy to keep connecting, here on LinkedIn, with folks in sports industries and I've been looking for a model of how to tell them my story, and find folks who are interested in what I've done and I'm doing now.
My desire to connect on…
Added by Rodger Bailey on February 11, 2016 at 6:00am — No Comments