Pretics showcase 24 apr 2015
BNI Platinum - Jenny Ng
Pretics is the world's first scientifically and psychologically researched fully automated behavioural profiling tool that can automatically decodes anyone's preferred interaction style by simply using their personal phone number with more than 80% accuracy
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
Transcripts - Pretics showcase 24 apr 2015
THE POWER OF
PreticsTM is the world's first scientifically and psychologically
researched fully automated behavioural profiling tool that
can automatically decodes anyone’s preferred interaction
style by simply using their personal phone number with
more than 80% accuracy.
Definition of PreticsTM
Dr. Joseph Green is a consumer psychologist who has almost thirty years of
experience in studying consumers’ preferred interaction styles and what appeals to
them and how they make their decisions. He advises Fortune 500 companies such as
Unilever, Coca Cola, and Fannie Mae on how they can better position and market
their products to have a stronger appeal to their customers.
Joseph Green, Ph.D.
Founder of PreticsTM Methodology
Unconscious Thought Theory (UTT)
By Dutch Scientist: Dr. Dijksterhuis
Simple 3-Step Process
Fully Automated Process
All Come Together with
Eight Chief Character Types (ECCT)
Building Blocks of Communication
In a Nutshell
The 5 Critical Factors
in Decision Making
PreticsTM Unique Selling Points
and Competitive Advantages
The Courses are Available On-Demand and Customizable
• Sales Training for Insurance companies and Property companies
• Team building programs for corporate
• Networking programs for students (Age 16 and above)
• Rapport building programs for networker
• E-course programs for corporate
High Profile Trainers
Delivering the Courses
Learn from Gary Guwe, an award-winning speaker who had spoken to more than
16,500 people in Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam, Japan and the U.S. and specialises
in the art of delivering laser-sharp presentations and impromptu speaking.
Learn from Jit Puru, a certified NLP Trainer, Hypnotherapy Trainer, and Masterclass
Trainer, with almost a decade’s worth of customer service experience with
Singapore Airlines and a motivation speaker with Billy Kueek International.
Learn from Rose Tan, a 39-year MediaCorp veteran who used to be a DJ and
subsequently named as the go-to trainer in MediaCorp to train newscasters,
reporters, producers and more.
The Eight Chief Character Type (ECCT)
The Definitive Guide
* Will be Available in Summer 2015
Joseph Green, Ph.D.
Jack Chen, M.D.
Who are our target audience:
• Insurance Agents
• Property Agents
• Financial Consultants
• Students age 16 and above
Dr. Joseph Green, the founder of Pretics, first took notice that people with similar
phone numbers made similar decisions and gave similar reasons while conducting
a meta-analysis on the effects of the environment and consumer behaviour.
This discovery sparked Dr. Joseph’s interests and thus began the 8-years
research between consumers’ decisions and their personal phone number.
Why is phone number used?
A personal phone number is the primary set of mobile number that the individual
is currently using as a means of personal contact, treated as a private belonging
and is not shared with others within the mobile number’s lifetime when it belongs
to the individual.
What do you mean by personal phone number?
The short answer is no.
Only if a person can really separate the use of a single mobile number strictly (i.e.,
will not answer private matters from a work number and vice versa), then there is
a possibility of having more than one personal phone number.
However, the entire research that involves more than 100,000 people, everyone
that had more than one mobile number ends up having only a single set of
primary mobile number that they use consistently.
Is it possible for someone to have more
than one personal phone number?
According to the UTT cycle, if a person holds a particular personal phone number
and the phone number is selected by the person, the selection process is in fact
based on the person’s unconscious mind. Which the ECCT model deciphers into
traits and decodes the person’s behaviour, which in turns allows us to know the
person's preferred interaction style.
If a person holds a particular personal phone number but the phone number is
allocated, it will depends if the person embraces the phone number as a personal
asset which the phone number aligns with the unconscious mind or the person
fails to embrace the phone number as a personal asset, which the phone number
will likely be replaced or disposed in way for a more favourable one.
What if the personal phone number was
not chosen (or was chosen)?
Yes, as there are cultural, societal, economical, geographical, and educational
differences in different parts of the world, the trait tendencies will differ.
Be sure to select the correct country before entering the personal phone
number. Currently, there are ongoing researches in different parts of the world to
provide local data to make Pretics even more accurate.
Is there a difference in the traits for people
who are different in cultures?