Minimise relationship issues through numbers
Being in a relationship is not easy. But if you can foresee potential problems in your relationship, you are likely to enjoy a more fulfilling relationship.
The key is to understand the unique chemistry created by the date of births when you and your partner come together. By using UCMHP methodology, you can decode this unique chemistry that will allow you to understand what potential issues may arises in your relationship and how to prevent them.
Breakthrough in Universal Human Profiling
The Universal Characteristic Method of Human Profiling (UCMHP) is a proven methodology founded by Singaporean Dr Bernard Yeo.
It is the world’s first 21st century Universal Human Profiling method that is grounded in mathematical and science calculations. It can help to improve our relationships with others.
Developed from the ancient Law of Pythagoras, UCMHP is validated by statistics that provide empirical evidence.
More importantly, the foundation is very strong. This evidence is backed by data collected from over 70,000 hours of research and results derived from analysing over 12,000 people.
Dr Yeo is the first person to integrate seven renowned profiling techniques — namely DISC, MBTI, 16PF, Enneagram, Ocean 5, NLP and the Pythagoras Character Development into the UCMHP.
His research captured the attention of a university that acknowledged his work. In 2013, the university conferred him with an honorary doctorate in human capital development and human profiling.
In recognition of his success in education and training, Dr Yeo was awarded the Asia Excellence Award, SME Asia Award, Singapore Excellence Award, and Asia Pacific Brands Award in 2014 and 2015.
He was also conferred the honorable award of Global Entrepreneurship Excellence last year in a ceremony attended by Asia’s royal families, nobilities and luminaries.
Attend the free* seminars conducted by Dr Yeo at the dates and times below. • July 18, 7pm to 9.30pm • July 26, 2pm to 4.30pm
• July 18, 2pm to 4.30pm • July 26, 7pm to 9.30pm
Address: UCMHP Academy, 16 Arumugam Road, #05-02 LTC Building Block D, Singapore 409961 (MacPherson MRT station, Exit B)
To register, call 6748-6279 or SMS 9022-7104 using this format: <seminar date & time><name> <number of participants>