Since he was a small child, Adam Milstein has known the life of service. This was a discipline that was instilled in him by his parents. 65 years later, Adam Milstein still lives the life of service. For the good work that he has done in his life, he was recently honored by the Jerusalem post as one of the most influential Jewish leaders.
He acknowledged this as an honor and as an achievement. His life of service extends even to his country. At the age of 19 years, he decided to enlist in the mandatory service of the Israel Defense Forces. He fought in the Yom Kippur war two years after enlisting.
He is a man who works for himself and does not love to be micromanaged. He and his friend, Hager, established the Hager Pacific Properties after being frustrated by the pay they were receiving from established companies despite having MBA degrees. Learn more about Adam Milstein: http://www.adammilstein.org/
Earlier in life, after graduating from the University of Southern California, Adam started working as a real estate commercial broker. Adam doesn’t believe in planning for his day. He also says that he doesn’t believe in having any elaborate plan about his life as this tends to be very limiting.
In the list by the Jerusalem post, Milstein was listed as number 39. This came as a surprise to him as the list included many prominent people from the Jewish Community among them being Sheldon Adelson, Haim Saban, and Benjamin Netanyahu.
The Jerusalem Post said that Adam was chosen on the list for his involvement with the various Jewish organizations such as the Israel-American council, Hasbara fellowships, and Israel on Campus Coalition.
He believes in three virtues to make it in life. The three virtues are persistence, consistency and following up on issues. He warns against putting all the eggs in one basket as one can lose everything in an overnight.
According to Hage Pacific, Adam Milstein also warns the people who think that they can make a fortune in a fortnight. For success to be sweet and long lasting, Adam says that it comes slow and must be coupled with hard work.