America is a place where anything is possible, and Eric Pulier is a living proof of the American Dream. Today, he can be described using many titles such as philanthropist, public speaker, published author, technologist and entrepreneur. At the same time, Eric Pulier is a well-known columnist who touches on technology. Since he finished college, he has been associated with more than 15 companies and has managed to make millions of money in the process. While he has been involved in many companies, some of these companies include Enterprise Cloud Leadership Council, ServiceMesh, Akana as well as Media Platform. He has also been involved with US Interactive, Digital Evolution and TM Forum.
Other than his direct involvement with these companies, Eric Pulier chases other ventures as well as philanthropic organizations. He concentrates on media and technology in his investments. At the moment, he lives in Los Angeles alongside his wife and four children. He is currently serving on an organization that specializes in children suffering from chronic illnesses. This venture is referred to as the Painted Turtle. He also serves on the board of another organization called the XPRIZE Foundation that specializes in helping less privileged people of the society pursue their dreams.
Among the things that still fascinate Eric Pulier is the internet and social media. He is very active on social media platforms such as Path, LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and Snap Chat. He has on numerous occasions used Instagram to communicate with his followers. Eric Pulier insists that persistence is very important if a person is to succeed in technology. Eric Pulier also believes that there is a lot of sense in reading books outside your area of interest as this is the place where real information can be found.
Eric Pulier also has a mentor who has shaped him into the man he is today. This mentor is Peter Diamonds who he credits as being a scientist and an innovator. He says that anyone willing to succeed in life should read two books called Bold and Abundance. Eric Pulier also recommends another book by Oliver Sacks known as The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat.
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