Adam Milstein, a famous entrepreneur, real estate investor, activist, and philanthropist, offered some interesting business tips and advice in a recent interview with Idea Mensch.
When asked about what is one strategy that has helped him grow his business, Adam Milstein explained that he does not like setting goals, because he feels that goals are limiting. Instead, he just focuses on working as hard as he can and getting as far as he can. He advises not to listen to naysayers who criticize you and tell you that you will not get anywhere. You have to realize that in real estate, it takes a few years in order to become successful, and more information click here.
When asked what was one failure he experienced as an entrepreneur, Adam Milstein explained that it was because he wanted to make it big time, but in a very short amount of time. Basically, he wanted to achieve a lot quickly. However, he realized that the way to success takes a long time, and you have to be slow and steady in order to succeed. For example, when he was still a student, Adam Milstein sold art to temples in Israel. It was successful at the beginning, so he bought a huge stock of art. In the end, the big stock of art did not end up selling. This caused him to lose money. It showed him that you have to go slowly and not attempt to earn a fortune overnight.
When asked what was the most important one hundred bucks he ever spent, Adam Milstein explained that it was for dinner with his wife and kids, because family is the most important thing, and Adam’s lacrosse camp.
When asked about what software he uses, Adam Milstein explained that he uses Constant Contact, as it lets him keep in touch with his thousands of contacts.
Adam Milstein is the managing partner of Hager Pacific Properties. He worked his way up to that position from his first position as a sales agent.
Adam Milstein donates a lot of money to charity. He is also an activist. Adam Milstein helps support Israel and fight antisemitism on college campuses, and Milstein on Facebook.