Adam Milstein came with the idea of starting Hager Pacific Properties after different employers down looked his good experience and offered him less income compared with what less qualified people received. It is after three fruitful years of working as a broker that he decided to start his own business in real estate whereby he commenced independent operations in the sector. Another important thing Milstein realized is that getting engaged with philanthropic practices enabled him to work in a more fulfilling manner. He is the kind of person who believes in succeeding where other people failed. More so, he does not allow any distractions to block his way in achieving his dreams. Adam Milstein termed real estate as an interesting sector whereby despite having challenges, there are also benefits. He advises business people to first understand themselves and that makes everything easier. Hence, every person in every kind of business ought to be part of the solution and not vice versa. More so, understanding and contemplating the challenges makes the way forward. Milstein does not believe in giving opportunity to criticism while patience is one of the key factors that led to his success.
Adam Milstein is a great philanthropist, a real estate investor and a community pioneer. Israel is his country of origin whereby he served in IDF during the Yom Kippur War and in 1978, he graduated in Technion institution. After arriving in USA in 1981, Milstein studied in USC where he graduated with an MBA and in Southern California; he started his career in Commercial Real Estate. Milstein is the co-founder & National Chairman of the Israeli-American Council where he chairs on matters of national development. He is also a member of different organizations such as the Israel on Campus Coalition, StandWithUs, AIPAC National Council, the Los Angeles Board of Birthright Israel, Hasbara Fellowships, Jewish Funders Network, and AISH Los Angeles. Together with his wife, Milstein is the Sifriyat Pijama B’America’s co-founder. The organization provides people with free books on monthly basis in Hebrew dialect to promote training of Jewish values in more than 15,000 Israeli-Jewish-American families around United States.