Adam Milstein: The Israeli Philanthropist and Real Estate Investor
According to Ideamensch.com, Adam Milstein is a community leader, real estate investor, and an active philanthropist. He’s an Israeli and served in the Israel Defense Forces during the October War (Yom Kippur War). He’s a Managing Partner at an investment firm for the private commercial real estate.
Adam Milstein said that he went to the U.S. to get higher education; he went to USC and earned his MBA in entrepreneurship. Lots of people came to the campus to recruit for jobs before he graduated. He knew they did not appreciate his knowledge or life experience. They offered him less than what undergraduates were making. He chose to go out on his own and began to work as a broker for Real Estate Commercial. He went out on his own and became a real estate investor.
Adam Milstein brings his ideas to life by pushing till they become a reality. He believes that if someone else cannot do it, you have to do it yourself. The strategy that helps him to grow his business is not setting precise goals because to him they were limiting. He does not listen to criticism.
In his interview with CEOCFOinterviews.com, he said that together with Gila Milstein they had been consistently passionate about working on strengthening the Jews, the State of Israel (home of the Jews) and its special relationship with the United States and working on nurturing the Identity of the Jews of the generation that will follow.
From the start, they knew that MFF (Milstein Family Foundation) was going to work on helping young professionals and students in connecting them with Israel, cultivating and boosting their courage, igniting their Jewish pride, and in identifying with their Jewish roots. Also, to train them how to advocate for the Jews and the State of Israel in their communities effectively.
Adam Milstein said that they have stayed focused on this mission, which has been the key in advancing their goals successfully. He learned that for you to become successful in philanthropy, you should contribute money, connections, vision, energy, and time. Adam Milstein spends nearly 90 percent of his time in philanthropy.