Adam Milstein is involved in a couple of projects and also a renowned philanthropist. He is a Real Estates Investor as well as a community leader. Though he was born in Israel and served in IDF during the Yom Kippur War, Adam Milstein studied graduated from the Technion in 1978. He later went to the US, where he earned his MBA from USC. While still in the US in 1983, Adam Milstein started his Commercial Real Estate in Southern California. Currently, he serves as the Managing Partner at Hager Pacific Properties, which is a commercial real estate firm.
Adam explains that the idea for Hager Pacific Properties came when he was still studying, and lots of people could come recruiting for jobs. However, these people were not interested in Adams knowledge and experiences, thereby offering him less than what undergraduates would earn. Seeing this, Adam Milstein decided to go on his own and work as a Real Estate Commercial broker.
Through thick and thin, Adam finally became a real estate investor after three years, and since then it has been a no turning back for him. He has since been an active entrepreneur, thanks to his three close-to-the-heart habits, persistence, consistency and follow-up.
As a successful businessman, Adam Milstein narrates of his ups and downs. He says that in this line of operation, failing is inevitable; however, he advises on how to overcome it. For him and many entrepreneurs, desiring to be very successful in such a shoqrt time was something Adam had to grapple. He thought that putting everything he had in one venture would enable him to strike gold. The move, however, seldom makes one hit the jackpot.
He explains that succeeding is not a quick way but rather, a long one. He remembers his school days back in Israel when he could sell art to temples. They used to sell fast bringing him a huge income, until one day he thought of bringing in a significant amount of inventory. Sad for him it disappointed him. There’s one lesson that Adam Milstein learned from this and swore to apply in all of his business endeavors; as an entrepreneur, never should one try to make a fortune overnight.