How would you like to be as successful as Steve Jobs?
Boasting a net worth of US$8.3 billion, Steve Jobs was one of the richest persons in the world.
The famously charismatic former CEO of Apple built the tech empire into one of the most valuable brands in the world.
At its peak, Apple outshone even the likes of Google and Shell. It’s no wonder Jobs was looked up to by millions.
Now, I’m sure you want to be this man.
Well, good news! You can achieve the same level of success as him!
But before we get ahead of ourselves, let’s break down his date of birth…
According to the Universal Characteristic Method of Human Profiling (UCMHP), Jobs had a UC number of 1.
Those who have the UC number of 1 are innovators at heart. Fueled by a strong desire to be the first in everything they do, they especially enjoy exploring uncharted territories.
Jobs demonstrated this by launching the iPhone in 2007, where it was widely recognised as the device that ushered in the era of modern smartphones.
Those with UC number 1 pair this innovative streak with their charisma, letting them get in touch with people around them and influencing them to their cause.
Combined with the status of the iPhone as one of the first modern smartphones, this personality allowed Jobs and Apple to garner a solid following, guaranteeing profits.
Unfortunately, the feel-good aura they emit also tends to attract others who are trying to take advantage of them. Hence, they may experience backstabbing from time to time throughout their lives.
Jobs was ousted from Apple, the company he co-founded, in 1985 before returning in 1997.
If this analysis sounds familiar, that’s because it is.
We were able to deduce this not through guesswork, but through a statistical, mathematical and scientific method of classifying everyone on Earth.
Hold On A Minute! What Is UCMHP? And Is It Really This Powerful?
Allow me to enlighten you.
I’m Dr. Bernard Yeo, founder of UCMHP.
Combining various scientifically proven and established profiling methodologies such as NLP, Enneagram and MBTI, UCMHP is a one-of-a-kind technique that’s able to accurately identify your behaviours, personality and destiny using just your date of birth!
It’s the result of over 70,000 hours of research work that I put in over the last 8 years.
As part of my extensive and in-depth research, I analysed more than 12,000 individuals.
I discovered that there are 9 fundamental unique character types, which are shared between all 7.5 billion people on Earth.
This mean that no matter how old you are, how many qualifications you have – or even how well or poorly you did in school as a child, you’re bound to have something in common with the richest people in the world!
Does this mean you can be as successful as Steve Jobs or well, your rich friend who lives in a bungalow and drives a Ferrari?
YES, you can!
All you need is your date of birth. With it, you can unlock your hidden potential, choose the correct path to success AND take control of your life, be it your wealth, health, career, relationship or family.
Calculate Your UC number
In practical terms, this means – by calculating your UC number from just your date of birth – you can find a job that’s more suitable for you, invest in the right assets, double or even triple your income, forge better relationships with your loved ones …
And EVEN predict challenges that you will face in life, including health-related issues.
Uncover Your True Self LIVE With Dr. Bernard Yeo!
I know I can keep talking and talking, and you still may not believe me.
This is why I’m hosting a FREE talk in Singapore to show you in-person how to calculate your UC number with just your date of birth and take control of your life.
Remember: “Whatever is predictable is preventable and manageable.”
Thousands of Singaporeans have already discovered their strengths and weaknesses, talents and skills, and used the new knowledge to maximise their potential and succeed in all areas of their lives – their wealth, career, health, relationship and family.
Don’t miss out on your chance to do the same.
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