Eric Pulier is one of the America’s successful and brightest minds in entrepreneurship. Right from his early life, he was headed for greatness. And now, Mr. Eric Pulier has accomplished much at a surprisingly young age than would be expected.
For jobless youths struggling financially, and who desire to make something of their lives, the life of Mr. Pulier is a great source of inspiration. His achievements in software and technology business at such a tender age will motivate you to believe that you too can rise to the top.
Mr. Eric Pulier is keen at transforming the society and uplifting the lives of the disadvantaged communities. He’s been involved in the formation, founded and even funded some nonprofit organizations aimed at reaching out to the less fortunate. Also, he’s behind several innovations and has shown significant commitment to finding solutions to the problems facing the minority communities globally.
A technology initiative worth noting is the multimedia programs for the people living with Multiple Sclerosis. Thanks to one of its kind peripheral beam device he pioneered, patients who could not use the keyboard due to the loss of motor control would interact with the program. Besides, he sits as a board member of the X Prize Foundation and is among the donors who contribute to the Clinton Foundation that has helped to fight the Malaria epidemic in the Sub-Saharan Africa.
Besides, this Harvard educated businessman has received great recognition from all quarters for the things he’s accomplished. He’s seen as a mentor, and most young people would desire to be like him. Notable is the fact that he founded a company while still in high school. Later in life, he’s founded and co-founded a string of over fifteen companies that are still soaring high. One such company that impacted the lives of many was the People Doing Things (PDT) that he founded in 1991. The goal was to address disparities in health and education in the society.
The educations system is set in a way that most people study with the goal of landing jobs as opposed to creating opportunities for themselves. Young people in school and those who’ve graduated have a lot to learn from Mr. Eric Pulier. They should strive to create opportunities for themselves and should pursue whatever viable ideas they come across early enough.