Eric is an executive in Microsoft's Strategic Missions and Technology group, which focuses on artificial intelligence, communications, and quantum computing algorithms. He holds a master of philosophical theology degree from Saint Leo University, and is a graduate of the Program on Negotiations at Harvard Law School.
Eric is also known for melding his technological and theological backgrounds in his non-profit work. He is the founder of the philanthropy-focused organization Raise Your Elevation, and Amazon best-selling author of the foundational children's book Teaching Kids Life IS Good.
See why people are so excited about the Amazon best-selling book that has helped many children develop a healthy sense of character, confidence, and self-esteem.
100% of book profits go to charity.
This months suggested resources:
1) The Parable of the Egg, Carrot, and Coffee Bean is an often requested audio clip from Eric's speaking engagements. It's a message about how we can change the environment around us for the better, instead of letting life turn us hard, mushy, or overly conformed.
2) A selection of some incredible classical symphonies. It's an hour of peace and transcendence, with subtle positive messages woven in that may be absorbed by the subconscious. If you enjoy classical music you are invited to listen, relax, and grow.
3) Help boost your results and experiences in life with this 30 day alignment for your mind. This workbook teaches you exercises to consciously shift your attention toward inspired outlooks, and to focus your thought patterns more optimally at a subconscious level for positive growth and greater impact.