Adam Milstein is an Israeli-American, who us a real estate investor, community leader and a philanthropist. He was born in Israel, served in IDS during the Yom Kippur War.
Adam Milstein graduated from Technion College in 1978. He first moved to the U.S. in 1981. He earned huis MBA from the University of Southern California and began working in Real Estate. Currently, he is a Partner at Hager Pacific Properties. Learn more about more Adam Milstein: https://www.facebook.com/adam.milstein.5
Adam is the co-founder and National Chairman of the Israeli-American Council. He is on the board of Israel on Campus Coalition, StandWithUs, Hasbara Fellowships, and Jewish Funders Network.
He is co-founder, along with his wife Gila, if Sifnyat Pijama B’America, an organization that provides free books in Hebrew, that teaches Jewish values. They distribute the books to more than 15,000 families in the United States.
According to Crunchbase, after graduating from USC, Adam Milstein felt that the opportunities for him in the job market were not taking full advantage of his knowledge and experience so he decided to become a commercial real estate broker. Three years later, he decided to make a go of investing his own money in real estate.
Adam attributes his success in real estate to pushing his ideas until they become reality. He follows-up on everything. He claims to enjoy the ups and downs of the real estate market, like when how the supply always lags demand by a few years. Then everything flips around.
Milstein advises entrepreneurs to rely on themselves and don’t look to others for answers. He thinks it is best not to set specific goals, because they limit you.
Also, he recommends that people not plan to strike gold instantly with their ventures. If you put everything you have into one project, expecting to have an instant success, you will likely have just the opposite. You must work at achieving success over a period of time, by honing your skills and working hard.