Eric Pulier was born and raised in New Jersey in the late ’70s and early ’80s. Pulier knew early on in life what it was that he wanted to do. From the get-go Pulier was fascinated by technology and always working his way into using it. By the time that Pulier started 4th grade he was already a proficient computer programmer. A few years later when graduating high school he was already running his own computer database company. Pulier knew early on about his passions and those passions would guide him into becoming the tech giant that we know of today.

Eric Pulier is the founder of the XPrize Foundation which is world renown for rewarding people with the spirit to innovate within technology. Pulier is also an entrepreneur, author, and public speaker who has been sharing his advice and techniques to anyone who would request to hear of them. Right now Eric Pulier focused largely on his newest company, vAtomic Systems. vAtomic Systems is a micro transaction company that sought to bring digital items into the real world by way of selling digital goods. With the booming app marketplace this has been, obviously, a slam dunk success story.

In order to succeed as entrepreneur, Pulier has trained himself to do as much as possible with the time afforded to him. Having four children in the house, each with their own needs in the morning, Pulier focuses on getting as good a night of sleep as possible. Then he wakes up bright and early and focuses on a list of his tasks. Developing his list of tasks is integral to finding success because it keeps him grounded, focused, and ready to make a difference in his day to day tasks.

Pulier loves his job but he always loves to reflect back on some of the worst gigs he ever had. He recalls a specific job from highschool where he worked at 7-11. It’s pretty easy to see that he doesn’t have to worry about working there any more — though he does remember how funny it was to play classical music outside of the store to get loiterers to leave.

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