Adam Milstein is a native of Israel. It was in 1981 that he moved to the United States along with his wife and kids. In 1983 he completed his MBA from the University of Southern California.He is well-known as the co-founder of the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation. Besides, he is also the managing partner at Hager Pacific Properties. This is a real estate firm that specializes in the acquisition, repositioning and then the rehabilitating of properties.Adam Milstein is an established entrepreneur. He has several critical tips for other young entrepreneurs so that they may be successful too.When he was a fresh graduate, his employers did not appreciate that he had more knowledge and experience as compared to the other undergraduates.
This used to frustrate him a lot. Then he decided to move on. He became a real estate broker and worked like that for three years. Then he decided to become an investor.He worked in the real estate industry for a few years. Then he realized that philanthropy would make him more jovial. Hence he launched the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation. He maintains that ideas must be followed through till they become a reality. This is the only way to succeed in a competitive market. There has to be persistence in a follow-up. Next, there must be consistency in order to be a successful entrepreneur.Adam Milstein believes that he has always made the right choices and hence he is a successful person today.
He believes in being a part of the solution and not depending on other people all the time. He attributes his success as an entrepreneur to refusing to set specific goals. He feels that this only slows down the pace. He also says that making a fortune overnight does not really work.Adam Milstein has a great passion for doing all kinds of charitable activities. His family foundation promotes unity within the Israel-American community.He is the co-founder as well as chairman of national expansion at the Israel-American Council too. Due to his experience and knowledge, he has served on several boards like Israel on Campus Coalition.