How Adam Milstein Overcame Job Frustrations and Built an Impeccable Real Estate Career

Just like many young people who seek academic excellence, Adam Milstein decided to relocate to the United States in 1981 to attend his post-graduate education at the University of Southern California. Most of his colleagues in the prestigious university would secure good-paying jobs even before graduating, but Adam was not as lucky. With an MBA in entrepreneurship, massive life experience, and a lot of job knowledge, he felt that all the job offers campus recruiters were offering him were fell below his caliber. Adam could not settle for anything less than what he deserved. Frustrated as he was, he quit job-seeking and decided to work as a realtor in California in 1983. This later turned out to be the best decision in his life for it took him less than three years to establish himself as a commercial real estate investor. Since then, Adam has metamorphosed into a real estate bigwig.

 

Secrets to Adam’s Entrepreneurial Success

 

Nothing comes easy in the very competitive real estate industry. According to Adam, his remarkable success came as a result of consistency, hard work, persistence, and discipline. About consistency, Adam is always a self-driven entrepreneur who doesn’t wait for critics to push him around, and who doesn’t limit himself by setting specific business goals. About hard work, on the other hand, Adam is never afraid to get his hands dirty. He doesn’t leave his business to be run by other people, but instead actively takes part in everything going on in the company. About Adam being persistent, he is an entrepreneur who doesn’t quit at every other business hurdle on his way. Every idea he decides to execute, he does it with maximum commitment and pushes it until it materializes. Discipline is the other secret to Adam’s business success. All through his career, he always avoids the temptation of investing his entire fortune in one lucrative-looking venture. Adam strongly believes that success is gradual and not spontaneous; impatience in business is detrimental.

 

More about Adam

 

Adam Milstein is an Israeli-born American real estate mogul. Prior to relocating to the USA, Adam participated in the Yom Kippur War in his native country. Currently, he plies his trade at Hager Pacific Properties, where he is a managing partner.