Eric Pulier & The Method To His Madness

Greatness comes in many different forms. Some of the very products a person uses on a daily basis has some form of greatness implemented into it. Every man-made product on earth started out as an idea in someone’s head then it materialized into an actual object. This is the case with a brilliant individual named Eric Pulier. No he isn’t a professional athlete, television entertainer, nor a social media wonder, but he’s dedicated his life to better man-kind in numerous ways. This guy just has a way of creating something out of nothing or take the smallest idea and make it into a reality. Eric Pulier is simply a genius as he’s known for being a philanthropist, technologist, entrepreneur, guest speaker, as well as an author.


Having such high intelligence has given him the chance to attend some of the most prestigious colleges in the country being MIT and Harvard University. Between the years of 1884-1989 he wrote a column for the Harvard Crimson Publication and was the publication’s editor. Pulier finally graduated in 1989 and the world would soon be aware of his many talents. After moving to Los Angeles from his home town of Teaneck, New Jersey; Pulier began his professional career. People Doing Things was one of his first founded companies as it helped the education and healthcare fields solve problems by use of advanced technology. Oh yeah, Pulier had a strong passion and was considered a techno genius. He always seem to put other people before his own needs which would soon make a name for himself and it gave him the title of being a true philanthropist. Pulier has developed multimedia educational programs for people with specific diseases/illnesses as well as brought in innovative technology to the poorest of communities.


As of today, Eric Pulier has founded 15 companies, raised millions for charitable organizations, and invested hundred of thousands of dollars in start-up companies. This loving father of four currently resides in the Los Angeles Area where he will continue to spark the brain in attempts to save man-kind.

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