As the old saying goes, “you either have it or you don’t.” This notion rings true to a certain degree, but the mold has been broken quite often. Some people are born to do great things that others can admire while others have to work extremely hard to find just a sliver of success. Unfortunately, this is life, and life is what you make of it. Technologist Eric Pulier is the epitome of success. He is involved in numerous projects that span across numerous industries. Being so highly intelligent doesn’t seem to hurt either, but this guy has certainly put in the hard work. Even from his early days at Harvard University. Pulier had more than just a full-time schedule thanks to the many activities he was participating in. This guy majored in English & Americans Literature, he wrote a column for the Harvard Crimson publication, and took extra classes at a completely different school.
In 1991, Eric Pulier started his professional career, and he started out strong with a host of founded companies. These companies specialized in the use of information technology. This means that they used some of the best advanced technology to provide business solutions. As his name started ringing throughout the industry, he maintained his composure, and he kept on pushing. As of today, Pulier has founded a total of 15 companies. This includes:
• US Interactive
• Service Mesh Inc.
• Akana Software
• Digital Evolution
• Desktone Inc.
• And many more
Pulier has said that much of his wealth has come from investments. These capital venture deals have certainly paid off with a great (ROI) return on investment. He uses some of the wealth to donate to charitable organizations as well as investing right back into more tech startup companies.
The ball is in constant motion when dealing with this guy. Pulier does a lot of reading and brainstorming for ideas. He has been awarded with numerous technological patents as well as philanthropic awards. The kid from Teaneck, New Jersey, has certainly made a huge impact on the way we live our lives despite being unknown to half of the world’s population.
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