Eric Pulier

 Greatness comes in a variety of forms over a broad range of topics or services. The main thing about it is that we all are great at something no matter the color, race, or creed. Finding our passion is what sets us apart from the next person and this article is written about a great individual of numerous talents. One of the most creative person’s of the 21st Century is Eric Pulier. This guy is high in intelligence and high in ambition. From a very age, Pulier always had a creative side as he could develop things that many other much older people couldn’t. As a fourth grader he programmed his first computer. That’s right! His creativity also helped him in high school as he founded a computer database company. At this point the foundation at been set and the future seemed to be looking very bright for this talented person.

Pulier attended the prestigious Harvard University in 1984. During this time the English/American Literature Major began many projects. Having such strong ambition, Pulier seemed to have spread himself very thin as being and editor and column writer for The Harvard Crimson. I’d also like to mention that he took classes over at MIT as well. The amount of activity would be mentally draining for us mortal individuals, but this guy was truly a master of his many crafts. After graduation magna cum laude in 1988, Pulier took his talents to California to begin his professional career.

Upon arriving in Los Angeles in 1991, Pulier had already founded a company known as People Ding Things. This progressive company used innovative technology in the education and healthcare fields to resolve certain issues. It was a successful of course as the guy went on from there to be a founder of 14 more companies. Highly accomplished and in a league of his own, Pulier’s broad knowledge allowed him to invest in start-up companies, donate to charitable events, and develop many platforms for prominent politicians. As of today, Eric Pulier is a loving father of four and a true pioneer of success in the 21st Century.