Eric Pulier was born a technologist and an innovator. He one of the faces behind the technology we see today. He has subtly contributed to the technology we use though it might be unknowingly. In addition to this contribution, he also helps nascent entrepreneurs implement their ideas by offering mentorship. Since he has run successful businesses of his own it’s quite clear that he possesses the requisite know-how to advise other entrepreneurs especially in the area of technology.
Eric Pulier attributes success to the passion he had for technology. He recognizes that even if an idea is super brilliant but has no way to get access to a large audience as may be needed then it is useless. Therefore in his trail of thought, Eric filtered his ideas and picked only the ones that had the capacity to reach large audience.
Eric Pulier acknowledges that his source of money is the investments he has made. As a Venture Capitalist, he is always on the lookout for ideas worth his money. In his long experience as an entrepreneur, he is able to discern the credibility of the ideas before investing. He is also able to study the entrepreneurs and weigh their passion towards their ideas. Are they ready to put all it takes to see their business grow? This is the important question.
Eric explains that before starting a business it is always good to have all the logistics and plan layout ready. This is the only way that you will be able to actualize the potential of idea. He confesses that his company actually did not take long before bringing in some profits. He had already handled the issues of logistics and the brand he was selling.
Eric also digresses on the importance of self-belief. An entrepreneur must be optimistic in his own ideas. The only way you will succeed is by first believing in your ideas even before selling it to any other person. Without faith, you will easily trip when you are faced with challenges that are otherwise surmountable for anyone with a clear plan and faith in his or her abilities.
About Eric Pulier: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eric_Pulier