Many children grow with the dream of being like their fathers. Adam Milstein is one man who has managed to follow in the footsteps of his dad. He joined the Israel Defense Forces and fought in the war just like his dad. He then went into the real estate and later on immigrated to the United States. His dad was an immigrant from Argentina and also worked in the real estate. Adam graduated from Technion College with a degree in business and economics. Upon arriving in the US, he attended the University of Southern California for his MBA. Upon graduation, he was shocked to realize that the companies he applied jobs for did not appreciate his skills. Furthermore, they paid him less than the undergraduate. It’s for this reason that he decided to venture out on his own as a real estate commercial broker.
He worked as a broker for three years and started his firm with David Hager. They named the firm as Hager Pacific Properties where he still functions as a partner. The two gentlemen are smart and stay ahead of the current affairs. Since he was a young man, Adam believed in following every lead in the market. He says that whenever you fail to follow a lead, you lose a 100 percent. Adam Milstein believes that many young people make the mistake of having the desire to succeed in a short period. This means that they invest all their finances in one venture and end up losing everything. Adam Milstein warns against this desire.
Adam is a man who does not believe in setting specific goals. He believes that this can be very limiting. The best thing is to adjust to the circumstances. Self-drive is also important according to Adam Milstein. He also says that the most important thing is to learn to depend on yourself as other people can be very unreliable. Adam Milstein says that he has made the right choices about his life and there is nothing he would ever regret. Whenever he gets bored, Adam Says that he gets involved in some philanthropic works. Finally, he says that they only way to succeed in life is to practice consistency and persistence.