Eric Pulier is a successful entrepreneur who is highly knowledgeable in the field of technology. Through an interview with Daniel Budzinski on his show “The Dreamcast,” Eric Pulier discusses how to start from nothing and achieve big. He starts by saying that most people start with a dream, but end up not pursuing it because of their fear for the risks involved. Traditionally, people rank various options by looking first at their complexity. They end up being discouraged. According to Pulier, the first step is to look at your idea with ultimate simplicity then deal with the pitfalls when the right time comes. He explains that it is wise to understand what and why the world needs your idea. Once you start working on your dream, you will always find a solution for every problem that emerges.
Another strategy is to ensure that you stay in the curve since the world is changing rapidly, instead of maintaining the status quo. For successful entrepreneurship, one needs the ability to constantly innovate by coming up with new ideas in order to adapt to the changes in the world. These new ideas can be wrong or off the base, but this does not mean that you will have failed. Eric insists that failure comes when you sit back and refuse to get out there and do something meaningful to the world. Giving back is a selfless act, which the veteran entrepreneur recommends for entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurship comes with a social responsibility of helping others, which, according to Eric, makes one feel passionate about bringing change in the world. This information was originally mentioned on Daniel Budzinski’s website as outlined in the following link http://danielbudzinski.com/podcast/eric-pulier/#.WClIsNJ97IU
About Eric Pulier
Eric Pulier is an American entrepreneur, published author, philanthropist and a public speaker. While in fourth grade, Eric started programming computers and founded a data base computer while in high school. He has founded over 15 companies, among them Media Platform, Akana, Desktone, and Service Mash. He built and executed the Presidential Technology Exhibition, “The Bridge to the 21st Century”, for Bill Clinton in 1997. Eric took part in Al Gore’s health care and technology forum. Pulier has donated to several philanthropic initiatives. He sits on the boards of various organizations. This information was originally published on Wikipedia as highlighted in this link https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eric_Pulier