Adam Milstein Talks About Entrepreneurship With IdeaMensch

According to Jewish Journals, Adam Milstein is a managing partner at Hager Pacific Properties. During his interview with IdeaMensch, he shed light on his career and explained how he manages to be successful in his endeavors.

Explaining his motivation behind Hager Pacific Properties, he said that less paying job offers that he frequently received while in campus made him realize that his life experience and knowledge were not enough. It is at this point that he went out and ventured into the real estate business where he begun working as a broker for 3 years before shifting to real estate investment.

Discussing how he became a successful entrepreneur, Adam said consistency, follow-up and persistency played a major role in being productive. He has a culture of pushing ideas until they become a reality. In addition, he follow-up on his ideas to ensure that nothing fails. Learn more about Adam Milstein:

Setting goals, a common trend in business, is a strategy that Adam perceives as limiting. Focusing on delivering the best, ignoring criticism and being self-driven has helped him grow his businesses. Learn more about Adam Milstein:

Commenting on his failure as an entrepreneur, Milstein said that his urge to make a fortune overnight once failed him. While in school, he used to sell art to temples in Israel. When the business became successful, he purchased a huge amount of inventory, which did not go as he had planned.

About Adam Milstein

Adam Milstein is an Israeli real estate investor, philanthropist and community leader. He bears his real estate roots from his father Hillel Milstein, a real estate developer. In 1971, Adam served the IDF during the Yom Kippur War. He then joined Technion where he earned a B.S in business and economics in 1978.

While in college, he got involved with his father’s construction and development real estate Company. He moved to the U.S. in 1980 where Adam enrolled in the University of Southern California and earned his Master’s degree in Business Administration in 1981.

As a philanthropist, Adam Milstein founded the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation alongside his wife, Gila. The organization supports education of Jewish students and young professionals.

He is also the co-founder of the Israeli-American Council. Adam is a member of different boards, including StandWithUs, Israeli on Campus Coalition, Birthright Israel, Jewish Funders Network and Stand By Me among others. He was named among top 100 people that positively influenced Jewish life in 2016.