Mr. Pulier began making million dollar deals when most of his peers were most probably still in their diapers. As far as investing and earning, is concerned, anyways. Eric is a man of many skills and as such he has several titles labeling him and his life. For one, he is a philanthropist who truly believes in using one’s new found wealth and power to empower the multitudes, more so the poor and underprivileged individuals in remote corners of the world. Two, Eric is a brilliant inventor who doesn’t believe that there is any force in the world which can stop him from using technology to make a profound positive impact on the lives and the finances of his clients. Three, Eric Pulier is a published author and an excellent motivational speaker. He’s traveled all over the country giving inspirational talks to youths and kids from different backgrounds. The talks are aimed at giving them hope that if they dare to dream then they too can go on to become the next Eric Pulier.
High School Years
While most of his classmates were out there chasing girls and driving loud cars, Eric was busy at his basement making computer programs and software. His resilience and determination finally paid off as his basement project later got picked up by venture capitalists who paid a lot to own Mr. Pulier’s database management software and system. Later, he enrolled at the prestigious Harvard University where he undertook an undergraduate degree in American Literature and English. As a literature student, it was to be expected when he got picked to become the lead editor of the Harvard’s Crimson Magazine, Crimson. Finally, in 1988, he walked out of Harvard having earned a Magma Cum Laude. Additionally, he still found time to dash over to MIT and learn how to code. One could question why he didn’t learn to program at Harvard, yet they also offer the course.
Career Moves and Charity
Eric has remained on the front line of developing and supporting causes which further the betterment of humanity. For instance, most of the startups associated with him have something to do with bringing lifesaving technologies to disabled kids. The technology makes it possible for these children to learn how to read and write and even communicate with each other. He has a foundation called the X-Prize which regularly holds competitions to get the smartest innovator and tech developers. The winners then get full scholarships to learn at the best universities like MIT.