Adam Milstein’s Path to Success

According to Huffington Post, Adam Milstein was born in Israel in 1952, coming to the US in 1981. He already had a Bachelor of Science from Technion in Israel, going on to the University of Southern California for an MBA.

While earning his MBA in entrepreneurship, Adam Milstein came to realize most college recruiters pay minimal rates with no respect for knowledge or experience. He chose to become a real estate commercial broker, then 3 years later switched to investing in real estate.

Adam Milstein believes in letting the needs of a business define its own day-to-day schedule. Don’t set specific goals, just do your best and don’t be dissuaded. Your schedule will grow in structure as the business grows. Don’t rush success, long-term planning is more important.

It helps to be a hard worker, practicing “follow-up, consistency, and persistency.” Adam Misltein enjoys working, does his research, and views all his decisions as good choices.

Philanthropy is his means of personal fulfillment, being active in multiple venues. He and his wife operate the Adam And Gila Milstein Family Foundation, which supports a long list of charitable organizations.

Adam emphasizes the importance of staying in touch. With a contact list in the five-digit range, he recommends contact management software as an easy way to avoid being overwhelmed. Learn more about more Adam Milstein: http://hagerpacific.com/hager-team/adam-milstein/

Misltein also recommends inspirational reading to remind yourself things aren’t as bad as they seem. Dana Perino’s “And The Good News Is…” is his top reading suggestion. He sees his partner, David Hager, as a positive influence for others to study. Above all, his family is Adam’s most important priority.

One final thought from Adam: Always follow up. Don’t miss a contact or lead. “You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take!