About UCMHP Methodology

Definition of UCM Human Profiling (UCMHP)

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What is UCMHP?

Universal Characteristic Method Human Profiling (UCMHP) is a ground-breaking method of profiling, based in part on the Pythagoras Theorem. What makes this profiling method so unique is its universal applicability and elimination of self-serving bias in its procedure. This means that the profile which you derive from UCMHP is not affected by the self-bias that might arise in conventional profiling methods such as questionnaires and tests.

Another unique aspect of the UCM Human Profiling is that the profile utilizes your date and time of birth to predict your character, personalities and key behaviours. This process only takes a few minutes but yields accurate results 90% of the time.

These distinctive traits separate the UCMHP from the mainstream profiling methods we see saturating the market today, making it one of the most sought after profiling techniques in the region.

In short, the method is Simple, Accurate, Instant and Easy to Access. There are no questionnaires to be answered or tests to be taken. It does not involve religion or superstition. It’s based on simple, time-tested and scientifically proven mathematics and statistics.


The Methodology

* As we know it today, the Universal Characteristic Method Human Profiling (UCMHP) was created by Dr Bernard Yeo, Founder of UCMHP Academy – a leading institution dedicated to the research and education of Human Behavioural Sciences.

* The UCM Human Profiling method was created over the course of more than 8 years of intensive research, including the studying and analysis of the profiles of over 12,000 individuals. It is a refined combination of the Pythagoras Theorem with aspects of many disparate Eastern and Western profiling devices to create a methodology that boasts an accuracy ranging from 86 to 90%.

* These other eminent and well-known profiling methods include:
+ DISC (Dr. William Moulton Marston)
+ Neuro-Lingustic Programming (NLP) Profiling (Richard Bundler and John Grinder)
+ Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)

* In its current state, the UCMHP has mapped 387,420,489 types of behaviour, 81 personalities and 9 UCM character types.


The Methodology – Key Finding

A comprehensive understanding of one’s true self is a critical component of emotional intelligence.

We believe that a person’s Universal Character determines his direction in life. The more he or she is aware of that Universal Character, the better equipped they are to live up to their fullest potential by utilizing their core character traits to pursue personal fulfilment and success. This Universal Character comprises strengths, weaknesses, personalities, preferences and hidden potentials.

At the UCMHP Academy, we abide by the mantra “CHARACTER-IS-DESTINY, CHARACTER-IS-INBORN. We Are What We Are & We Are Who We Are”.

Remember, we are Captains & Creators of our Personal Successes.

What does UCMHP reveal?

UCMHP reveals your Universal Character (UC), which is your personal key to unlocking the secret codes to achieving success in all areas of your life, including your finances, health, wealth, career, relationships, family, academics and business or investment.

The first step in self-discovery is the ability to find your true self, which will tell who you are, where you are now and what you would like to achieve in the future. In addition, you will also discover your natural strengths, weaknesses, hidden potentials and preferences. A high degree of self-awareness is essential to ensuring your personal success.

By applying the UCMHP framework onto yourself, you gain unprecedented awareness of your true nature and how you can leverage upon it to improve yourself. By applying the framework on others, you gleam invaluable insights into their personalities and behaviours.

How to draw a UCMHP Chart?

Step One: Draw up the Chart as shown below.

Step Two: Follow these formulae for to gain a clearer understanding.

(1) D + E = L (11) N + Q = U
(2) F + G = M (12) O + Q = V
(3) H + I = N (13) U + V = B
(4) J + K = O (14) Q + R = W
(5) L + M = P (15) P + R = X
(6) N + O = Q (16) W+X = C
(7) P + Q = R (17) W + C = Z
(8) L + P = S (18) X + C = Y
(9) M + P = T (19) Y+Z = 9
(10) S + T = A Remember, Y + Z must equal to 9


Note: Add up double digits to make a single digit

E.g:1 +9 = 10 =1 + 0 =1
E.g:7 + 8 = 15 =1 + 5 =6

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