A recently published IdeaMensch interview with Adam Milstein shows how the Israeli-born entrepreneur relies on both consistency and diversity to create a successful business and a more fulfilling lifestyle. During the interview, Milstein discusses the methods he has used to grow his business into a rewarding career and other lessons he has learned from shortcomings. In a field as volatile as real estate, Adam Milstein offers his own perspective on how exciting the business can become. His remarks on market trends and even personal habits show how his mindset helps to mold a business model that works.
Not just a businessman, Adam Milstein stresses the importance of philanthropy in his IdeaMensch interview. In the beginning, Milstein states that each day will bring different challenges when starting a business and building it from the ground up. However, a more established routine becomes established as the business grows and assets are acquired. To combat the monotony of a daily job, Milstein says that becoming involved in philanthropy has brought much more satisfaction to his life. He also recommends being involved firsthand in the problem-solving strategies needed in virtually every business venture.
Adam Milstein is a native of Haifa, Israel and served in the armed forces for a few years beginning in 1971. After serving, Milstein pursued higher education and graduated from university with a Bachelor of Science degree in economics and business. In 1981, Milstein and his family moved to the United States where he would then earn a Master’s degree in business administration after attending the University of Southern California. This led to the beginning of his career as an accomplished agent in the commercial real estate field.
At the present time, Adam Milstein works with Hager Pacific Properties as a managing partner and oversees the financial aspects of the company. Hager Pacific Properties specifically works in the area of commercial and industrial real estate, primarily related the acquisition and rehabilitation of buildings and facilities. Milstein and his wife Gila started a charity foundation in 2000, reflecting the couple’s dedication to philanthropic efforts. Known as the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation, the charity strives to connect young Israeli professionals and students with their roots.