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By registering with the Payment Plan, you agree that your card will be charged for the deposit listed above ($995 during Early Bird discount or $1,495 after). You will be charged for eight additional payments of $625.00 USD each, every 30 days, with the first payment occurring on program start date. Failed payments will be allowed a one week (7 day) grace period after which a late fee of $25 per day will be added.
Sid is a learner, dad, husband, public speaker, facilitator and social entrepreneur whose purpose is to help humanity flourish, now and in the future. He speaks seven languages and has delivered three TEDx talks. His talk 5 Techniques to Speak Any Language is a top 25 most viewed talk on the TEDx channel with over 10M views.
Sid is the founder of Humans United Giving Support (HUGS – formerly called Hug Don’t Hate), an organization that has been spreading love in Boston since 2005. He moved to New York in 2010 and made it his new home, where he worked as a sugar trader and taught Sid’s Happiness Workshop. Subscribing to the philosophy and movement of Effective Altruism he is leveraging his previous experience and graduate degrees in Business Administration and Applied Positive Psychology to do the most amount of good he can with the resources he has available.
Sid does this as the co-founder of Generation Pledge, a community dedicated to helping ultra high net wealth (UHNW) inheritors improve their impact and well-being, and as a faculty member of The Flourishing Center.Sid Efromovich BA, MBA, MAPP, CAPP
“This program was truly beyond what I was expecting. Now I have all the tools I need to reach my goals in life and a community of people supporting the process. Sid was an amazing facilitator and really held space for each person to show up as they needed. I feel truly blessed to have taken this course and I hope I can convince a few of my loved ones to do the same.”
Anne Marino – CAPP.75 Fall 2019