Have you ever noticed that certain individuals have a talent to efficiently get things done? These types of people are driven by ambition as failure it surely not an option. Honestly, we as a people all have things that we’re good at, but if the ambition is lacking, that true potential of what could’ve been will remain a dream. Eric Pulier is the perfect example of this notion. The Teaneck, New Jersey native has always been very intelligent, but it’s his drive and determination that sets I’m apart from the pack. Pulier is an alpha-wolf to a certain extent as he’ll lead by example, rather than words. His resume is long and successful as he’s worked in numerous industries such as technology, education, healthcare, and business. How many other talented individuals can you name with this much brilliance?
Eric Pulier has made a name for himself throughout the years thanks to his contributions to man-kind. He’s an author, public speaker, investor, as well as entrepreneur. This guy has founded up to fifteen companies such as XPRIZE, FLY, U.S. Interactive, Akana Software, Digital Evolution, Service Mesh Inc, and many more. Did you know that Mr. Pulier graduated from Harvard University? The English/American Literature Major had a full time schedule during his college days, but he still found a way to get things done. During this time he wrote columns for the prominent Harvard Crimson Publication as well as being the editor. To add some icing on the cake, Pulier also took classes at the neighboring school of MIT. After graduating college in 1988 he took off for California to begin his professional career.
One of the best qualities about this remarkable guy is that he never let his success get into his head. Though very successful, Eric Pulier remained humble through all of his projects whether it was for building a platform for Bill Clinton’s second inauguration or for using innovative technology to solve issues in different respectable fields of work. Eric Pulier is a True American Icon and he has laid one of the best blueprints for success.
Have you ever heard of a guy named Eric Pulier? If you haven’t heard of him then you wouldn’t be aware of what he has done for society. Eric Pulier has a hand in numerous projects that range across a wide area of fields whether it’s business, charity, investment, philanthropy, or education. Being such an intelligent individual, Pulier has made a name for himself and has become very successful in the process. This article is written to give people a better sense of who this talented individual is and will show how he has touched many lives with his ingenious services.
Eric Pulier a proud father of four children who reside in Los Angeles, California. Pulier moved to Social after graduation college in 1988. The City of Angeles was the place to be an he knew that he could take his game to another level. Pulier is all around the board and has been a part of many different ventures such as:
• XPRIZE (Innovation Board Member)
• FLY (Founder/Managing Partner)
• Media Platform, Inc (Director/Co-Founder)
• Akana Software (CEO/Chairman/Founder)
• Digital Evolutior (Founder)
• US Interactive, Inc (Chairman/Co-Founder)
On top of his own personal ventures, Pulier does plenty of charity work and has raised hundreds of thousands in the process. In 2010 the US Doctors For Africa Benefit Event named him as the “top billed honoree” for his healthcare technical innovation. Pulier’s technical endeavors also helped to solve certain issues in disadvantaged communities. This same technology was also used worldwide in economically disadvantaged areas. The philanthropic direction of his actions have paid off big time by providing less fortunate people with a better way of living. In addition to his philanthropic deeds, Pulier has invested numerous amounts of capital to start-up companies and personal business ventures of his own.
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Philanthropist and businessman, Keith Mann, along with his wife, Keely, announced a new scholarship they will be sponsoring, according to a Business Wire article. The scholarship is set up for a graduating senior from Uncommon Charter High School in Brooklyn. Uncommon Schools is a non-profit organization that manages charter school in low-income urban locations. The non-profit’s hope is to encourage and prepare low-income students to attend and graduate college.
The Scholarship for Professional Achievement is meant to help low-income students who show a promising future in business and leadership attend a four-year institution. Those interested in applying must write an essay on how attending college is critical to their future career goals. The deadline for applications is February 29. Winners will be announced at the end of March and awarded $5,000 to go toward forwarding their education.
Mann is the director of Dynamics Search Partners, an executive search agency. He started his career with Dynamic Associates in the alternative investment division before co-founding Dynamics Search Partners. His experience in the investment industry allows him and his company to find talented executives for hedge-funds. Dynamics Search Partners are experts in finding the right executive for any position. They maintain positive relationships with clients world wide as well as the talented executives in their database.
With a healthy respect for the business world, it is no wonder Mann wants to help the next generation of business leaders realize their potential. Keith Mann has taken a great interest in Uncommon Schools. In the past he has held benefits, raising thousands of dollars for the organization to assist students in many areas such as preparing for standardized testing. Uncommon Charter High School has only been open for a few years, and Dynamics Search Partners helped raise money for supplies and other necessities before the school opened. Mann and his company have a heart for education and will continue to support it. Follow Keith on Twitter and Facebook to stay up to date on all of his philanthropic contributions.
Uncommon Schools of New York has a tall order at all times. It is their goal to help close the achievement gap between low-income students and their better-off counterparts. Keith Mann, a local businessman and entrepreneur with Dynamics Search Partners, recently held a fundraising event at the Standard Hotel Beer Garden.
Keith Mann and his group were able to raise $22,000 for the school, which they plan on using to help them with testing their students and getting them ready for college. Because Uncommon Schools is planning on opening another high school in the Brooklyn area, they are going to be focused on helping students perform well on their PSAT and AP tests. Keith Mann’s group has already personally donated $10,000 to help in this endeavor. Moreover, this isn’t a new partnership for either organization. Dynamics Search Partners and Uncommon School first began their partnership in 2013, and their main goal is to create an environment where students learn academic and practical skills that will help them to become successful members of society in college and in their lives thereafter.
“We are definitely excited to be working with the Uncommon Schools organization,” Mr. Mann said. “We even had the opportunity to sat in on some of the seniors and to see how motivated they are to continue their education. It’s definitely thrilling to see young people interested in their future.”
Keith Mann has been working in the executive search for a period of 15 years. He enjoys utilizing his skills in order to give back to his community and his partnership with Uncommon Schools is one outlet that enables him to do that.
Uncommon Schools is a network of 42 charter schools within the New York City area. They are dedicated to promoting higher education to at-risk youth.
Dr. Daniel Amen is a current best selling psychiatrist and author. He believes that holistic eating can benefit the overall health of the brain and body. His idea of using a nutrient rich diet as a way to try to alleviate the symptoms of ADD and depression is gaining national attention. If one is having problems with Weight Issues, Anxiety, ADHD, Depression, addictions or memory problems, then the Daniel Amen method of trying to alleviate these problems may help. Tens of thousands of patients have been helped by his methods.
Some doctors have stated that treating psychological disorders are really not much better than they were fifty years ago. A doctor named Doctor Thomas Insel, the director of the National Institute of Mental Health, has stated that unfortunately too few people are getting better or well by the current medications being prescribed. For twenty two years the Doctor Daniel Amen Clinics Method has been helping people get better.
The traditional way that people would go to get help from their psychiatrist isn’t working out that well, according to Dr. Amen. The patient will say something like I’m depressed to the doctor and the prescribing physician will simply give them some anti-depression pills. Attention Deficit Disorder is treated usually with some kind of stimulant medication. The diagnosis for these various disorders is to treat the immediate symptom at hand without considering any possible biological problems with the patient.
Psychiatrists are the only doctors that don’t look at the physical reasons why the body organ that they are studying doesn’t work right. Heart doctors look at the physical health of the heart to make a diagnosis. All other organ doctors do the same thing, but not psychiatrists. At the Amen Clinics, the doctors there believe that studying the brain itself is important. Some brains show signs of low activity or others may show a level of high activity. There may be a past brain injury of some sort that may be causing the patients symptoms of anxiety or depression or other disorder. Brain toxicity may be another cause of symptoms. All of these things need to be taken into consideration when coming to any conclusions regarding the state of the patients brain.
With a one size fits all approach, in some respects towards mental health in this country, it of great interest to know that doctors like Daniel Amen are trying to chart another course.
If you want to learn more from Daniel Amen, check out his work on the Huffington Post or follow him on Twitter.
Laurene Powell Jobs was married to Steve Jobs, one of the two founders of Apple Computers, from 1991 until he died in 2011. Born on 11/6/63, Laurene was always one of the best and brightest students in her class. In fact, she was so bright that the West Milford, New Jersey native was accepted into the highly ranked Wharton School at Philadelphia’s University of Pennsylvania. She graduated from that legendary school in 1985, earning her B.S. in economics. After graduation, Laurene found employment in New York City’s financial district. During her stay in the Big Apple, she worked for Wall Street investment firms Merrill Lynch and Goldman Sachs. After a few years, Laurene decided to continue her education at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business, one of the top ranked business schools in the world. In 1991, she earned her M.B.A.
Nutrition has always been important to Laurene. This caused her to start Terravera, a company that sold natural foods to stores operating in Northern California. She also sat on the board of directors for a company called Achieva. This company is primarily focused on helping students to improve their scores on standardized tests and showing them more effective ways to study. Students can access various tools online that show them how they can be a better student.
As of 2014, Laurene’s fortune is thought to be roughly $11.5 billion. She has been extremely generous with all of the money she has been blessed with, regularly donating large sums to a host of charitable causes. Her late husband was not known for his public generosity (though he gave many gifts away anonymously), but Laurene has definitely made up for Steve’s shortcomings. Education has been a continuing passion in terms of the causes Laurene devotes her time and vast resources to improving. 1997 was the year that she took a large step forward as far as her philanthropic activities are concerned. Previously an anonymous donor, Laurene stepped out of the shadows to start College Track, an organization that helps impoverished children stay in school and get the education they will need to succeed in life.
College Track tries to find students that it considers to be a risk of dropping out in the future. Before the student enters high school, they are contacted by College Track to set the student on a solid educational path. This proactive approach has allowed the program to be extremely successful, with 90 percent of the students in the program going on to complete high school.
During her time at the helm of College Track, Laurene became aware of the plight of illegal immigrant students in the United States. State and federal financial aid is not available to students who are not citizens. This fact helped launch Laurene on a crusade to change the immigration laws in this country, culminating with her creation of the DREAM Act, a bill that would have created an easier road to citizenship for illegal immigrant students. Alas, the bill did not receive the support it needed in Congress, resulting in its failure to pass. This bump in the road has not discouraged Laurene. She continues to lend her considerable financial support to various causes that benefit education and the arts.