Philanthropist Adam Milstein Actively Works to Strengthen Jewish Community

Adam Milstein is an Israeli-American real estate investor and philanthropist. Milstein served with IDF in the war of Yom Kippur. He began his real estate career in 1983. After three years of success as a commercial real estate broker, Milstein became an investor himself. Since the start of his career, Milstein is a managing partner at a private commercial real estate firm for private investors. The firm is called Hager Pacific Properties. On the board of a number of different organizations including; StandWithUs, Jewish Funders Network, AISH Los Angeles, and the Los Angeles Board of Birthright Israel. Milstein is also the National chairman of the Israeli-American Council. Milstein was named one of the 200 Most Influential Philanthropists and Social Entrepreneurs of 2017.

Milstein began getting involved with philanthropy as a healthy addition to his career. His philanthropic work focuses around enhancing the state of Israel and empowering Jewish people. Milstein founded an organization with his wife to strengthen the Israeli state, the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation. The organization works to promote the affinity of the state of Israel to current and future generations of Jews. For Milstein, the family is important. When asked what was the best thing he recently spent $100 on, he mentioned taking his family to dinner.

Regarding goal setting, he finds it limiting to set goals and instead aims to achieve his best. He attributes a great deal of his success to being persistent, following up, and staying consistent. He takes pride in how much he pushes to make his dreams a reality. Milstein strongly feels that trying to become an immediate overnight success can be the downfall of many entrepreneurs, particularly himself. He once attempted this when he bought a large lot of art as inventory to sell to Israeli museums. It ended up taking him a lot longer to sell the art pieces than he expected.

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