Adam Milstein On His Business Ideas and Tips

Adam Milstein is a philanthropist, activist, real estate investor, founder of the Adam and Gila Milstein foundation, co-founder of the Israeli American Council, and the managing partner of Hager Pacific Properties.

When asked about what was one strategy that has helped him grow his business, Adam Milstein replied that he does not set specific goals because they are limiting to him. Instead, he justs works and works and gets as far as he can. In addition, he realized that in real estate, it takes a few years to get results. You can not listen to criticism, to naysayers, or to people who tell you that you are being used and abused and that you will not get anywhere.

When asked what was one failure he had as an entrepreneur and what he learned from it, Adam replied that wanted to get too much done too quickly, that he wanted to strike gold without doing that much work, and doing what work he did do quickly. For example when he was in school, he was selling art to temples in Israel. At first, this business was doing well, so he decided to buy a large stock of art. In the end, it did not end up selling, and he lost out. You have to go slowly and not expect everything to come your way quickly, and what Adam Milstein knows.

When asked what is one business idea he is willing to share, Adam Milstein replied that you should always follow up on every single lead. This is because you will miss out on every single lead that you do not call, and you never know how much profit you could have been able to get from those leads, and

When asked what was the best one hundred dollars he ever spent, Adam replied that it was on dinner with his kids and wife, because family is the most important thing in the world, and Adam Milstein’s lacrosse camp.

Adam Milstein founded many organizations. He donates a lot of money t0 charity. He helps support Jewish causes.

Adam also works on behalf of Israel. He helps strengthen the ties between it and the United States of America, and Adam on Facebook.