Eric Puller is a technology enthusiast turned entrepreneur. He is the founder of over fifteen companies, a published author, public speaker, philanthropist, and venture capitalist. He is also a father of four children and actively involved in their daily activities.
Getting a good night’s rest is something that Eric tries to adhere to. Starting the day off after long sleep provides him with enough energy to keep up with his busy schedule and his children’s activities. Eric prefers to keep to a schedule each day to ensure that each task gets his full, undivided attention. He believes that by delegating time and attention to one task at a time is crucial for him to be productive.
After he wakes from his full night of sleep, Eric Puller enjoys breakfast and spends time reading quietly before the day kicks in to full speed. When he has had about an hour of quiet time, Eric is ready to begin his day by getting his children ready for school. It is after his children are out the door when his real work begins.
Each day, Eric spends a lot of time in his own head. He is constantly thinking about ideas and letting them germinate. He rolls ideas over and over again in his head waiting for inspiration for his next move. During the course of any day, he immediately writes down his ideas and thoughts and comes back to them later to ruminate. The reason he does this is because all ideas are important and one could miss out on an opportunity if the idea is forgotten. Because of this, Eric is constantly jotting down ideas in his smartphone, on a napkin, or even the back of a receipt. It doesn’t matter where it is written down, as long as it can be retrieved later. This is what the majority of the day is like for Eric Puller.
About Eric Pulier: growthhackers.com/members/ericpulier