Eric Pulier was raised in New Jerse. It was at home and at school that he learned of his passion for computers. By the time Pulier was in 4th grade he was already mobile programming his own computers. By the time he graduated high school Pulier was running his own databases. When you know your passions early on in life then you can follow them to where they naturally lead. For Pulier, his passions led him to Los Angeles where he would become one of the most interesting tech entrepreneurs in the business.
To find success as an entrepreneur you will see people try any number of different things. Success comes in a variety of different shades, but for Pulier it meant creating something that he was proud of and supporting his family while doing so. Eric Pulier is currently running a micro transactions company that was ahead of the curve in terms of bringing digital goods into the real world. Pulier is also an active philanthropist who works with chronically ill children at the Painted Turtle summer camp. Eric Pulier’s work embodies who he is and that is something every entrepreneur should aim to do.
For Eric Pulier to constantly find success he has had to focus on his idea cultivating techniques. Pulier loves to write down notes, ideas, and any little spark of information that may later turn into a legible concept. Pulier cites new technology as inspiration for his chronic use of notes. He always has his computer or phone with him so notes can be jotted down and reflected upon at just about any point in time. Pulier also says that his concept writing idea allows him to see new concepts before they come about.
Every entrepreneur knows how important it is to succeed early, but the best entrepreneurs know what it means to rebound from failure. Pulier says that he wouldn’t do anything over again if he had the chance to start over. Pulier says, “Every failure leads to something new and often better.” These wise words are hard earned over a career of great work.