Being gifted is something most people wish they were. Though we all live different lives, we are still very much similar. Talent comes in many forms whether it’s intellect or strictly being physical. We are all good at something, but if people can use their gifts to better man-kind the world would be a much better place. Case In Point: You may have never heard of a guy named Eric Pulier, but he’s done some amazing things throughout his life. This proud father of four is truly a gifted individual as he seems to excel in a wide variety of fields including technology, business, healthcare, and government. Eric Pulier is a man of many talents and his huge resume is a testament to this. Pulier has helped raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for start-up tech companies and venture capital funds. Many of these start-ups has gone on to be a huge success in their respected fields of work. The same goes for charity. Pulier has raised and donated tens of thousands of dollars to non-profit organization both home and abroad.
Having such business savvy ideas, Pulier has invested in many prominent businesses such as eCompanies, Trident Capital, and Monitor Ventures. Technology seems to be running the world as we know it and this brilliant mind has used some of the most advanced technology for numerous projects. He developed a platform to where a live feed was used for the space shuttle years ago. This was unheard of at the time and it gave people a way to have live interactions with the actual astronauts. Pulier has used his innovations in wide array of field such as entertainment, community, space exploration, and government. He was chosen to build a platform known as “The Bridge To The 21st Century” for Bill Clinton’s 2nd Presidential Term and the event was a hit as spectators and members of congress attended.
As of today Mr. Pulier resides in Los Angeles. His track to success started in his hometown of Teaneck, New Jersey then on to Harvard University and finally California.
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