When it comes to the utilization of one’s talent, and pure potential, few can rival Eric Pulier. As early as the fourth grade is when Eric Pulier began Programming computers. Showing Signs of his prodigious talent very early. His mix of youth, intellect, and imagination allowed him to tap into a tremendous amount of his potential and adolescent. While in Highschool he started his own database company. Shortly after high school. In 1984, Eric attended Harvard, majoring in English Literature. He was the editor, and wrote for the “Harvard Crimson” He graduated Magna cum laude in 1988. Eric had his talents on full display early and often throughout his younger years. All things considered, Eric along with his immeasurable potential was just getting started.
After college, Eric wasted no time using his talents, much to the world’s benefit. After moving to California in 1991, he started the company PDF. People Do things, A company in which he used his talents in technology, to address education, Healthcare, and many issues that effects everyday citizens. Eric’s gift remained in his intellect. He was able to translate his talents towards helping mankind. His efforts to reach those who needed it shined through his work. Many though his lead in building Starbright World to be one of his greatest achievements. Starbright World to be one of his greatest achievements. Starbright World, a private social network for chronically ill children. He created a world so the children could communicate. A place for the children to not feel alone.
When it comes to fully utilizing, one’s talent, and pure potential, few can rival Eric Pulier. One saying that seems to test the hands of time is “Carpe Diem.” Which means “Seize the day”. Granted, some of us do. I also feel that a lot of us think we do. I leave you with two questions. Looking at the life of us Eric Pulier, can you see the need to utilize one’s own talent and potential? My last question is if you answered yes, do you see the endless opportunities to be apart of something bigger than yourself?