Eric Pulier: The Past, The Present & The Future

As the old saying goes, “time waits for no man.” As human beings, we all have a past and a present. No one actually knows what the future may hold, but we as a people must put the right steps in place in order to have a future. This may sound a bit like rambling, but the notion is true. Technologist Eric Pulier went from small town Teaneck, New Jersey, to Los Angeles, California. The steps that he put into play during his younger years played a critical role in how he lives his life today. This guy has used his intellect in ways that most people couldn’t have dreamed of doing. He has helped millions of people from many of his very own ideas and concepts.

The passion has always been within in his soul, and his philanthropic nature is 100 percent proof positive. He is a very successful and a very wealthy man, but he has made his fortune by properly investing into the future. This is where he stands out from his contemporaries. Instead of living in the present, you should invest in your future. Though he has been the founder of over 14 companies, Pulier has made most of his fortune from investments. That’s right! He has a firm understanding of business and wealth building. When you combine that with his love for advanced technology, fireworks are sure to happen. He has invested in companies such as Trident Capital, Monitor Ventures and eCompanies. He has also invested in seed level tech companies. In order to make money, you have to spend money.

The guy literally has a heart of gold. He is the proud father of four, and he serves on the board of a summer camp for chronically ill children named The Painted Turtle. Pulier is also a member of the Starlight Foundation as it also serves chronically ill children. Kids who suffer from diabetes benefits also as he has developed a series of computer learning modules to help them understand their condition. If only we all could be like Eric Pulier, the world would be a much better, safer and happier place to live.

About Eric Pulier: inspirery.com/eric-pulier/