Adam Milstein was recently featured as a guest on Ideamensch. It is a website that interviews business people and entrepreneurs. Ideamensch also shares tips and advice from these successful people.
Mr. Milstein is a native of Israel who emigrated to the United States in 1980s. He has built a successful real estate career for himself over the decades. Adam is now a managing partners at the real estate development firm, Hager Pacific Properties. He is also a strong proponent of the Jewish State of Israel and a major donor to Jewish related charities and groups. Below you will find some of the highlights from the interview conducted by Ideamensch with Adam Milstein.
The first question asked by Ideamensch to Adam Milstein, was how he became involved with Hager Pacific Properties. Adam Milstein’s response was the following. After completing his MBA in business in the United States, Adam said he received paltry salary offers from companies. So, he decided to strike out on his own and ended up working as a commercial real estate broker. After years of being an independent broker and achieving some success, he was offered a job at Hager Pacific Properties, where is now a managing partner at the Encino, California branch.
The second question of the interview with Ideamensch was how an average day looks for Adam Milstein and what he does to make it productive. To this question, he offered this response. Adam says that when you first get involved with a business, you really don’t know what your day will look like and what you will have to do. As you get more settled and have more things to do, there is a semblance of structure in your day. What really motivates him, says Adam Milstein, is looking forward to working with charitable groups and organizations after work is over.
Ideamensche’s third question posted to Mr. Milstein was how he brings his ideas to life. His response was that he does a lot of follow ups on a daily basis on the tasks he has to complete. Adam Milstein also says that he keeps on pushing his ideas until they finally materialize. Persistence pays of in business.