Aspiring to be something significant in life is the self-appointed purpose of many people. They want to leave a lasting impression on the people around them. They want life to have meaning. These people want to find success, and that is their purpose. Eric Pulier is one of those people that aspired to be wildly successful and succeeded. He is a well-known philanthropist, author, and entrepreneur. He has brought light to serious issues, uses his money to enable people to have better lives, and creates innovative technology to help children in need.
Eric’s career did not start off insanely successful. He had to put hard work into getting where he is today. Even from those humble beginnings, Eric focused on his philanthropic values by starting a company named “People Doing Things.” People Doing Things used technology to solve issues in healthcare and education. A few years later, he created another company called “Digital Evolution.” On top of all that, he also helped children with chronic illnesses by designing a private social network specifically for them to chat and blog with other children in similar circumstances.
Eric Pulier is unquestionably the type of person that wants to improve the welfare of people. Besides his previously mentioned career endeavors, which proved to be as much of a philanthropic undertaking, he actively continued to donate to various non-profit organizations. Plus, he resides on multiple different boards for organizations like The Painted Turtle, which is a camp for children with chronical illnesses, or the X-Prize Foundation. To top it all off, he co-authored a book called “Understanding Enterprise SOA.” SOA stands for service-oriented architecture, which is an architectural design for computer software.
Whether it is an aspiration to find purpose in life as a successful businessman, or it is a purposeful task to help people less fortunate, Eric Pulier has achieved great success while being an innovative philanthropic force. His dutiful career in being a founder of so many organizations that assists other people should be a lasting testament that the corporate world does not need to be all about profits.