Adam Milstein’s Keys to Success as an Entrepreneur

Hager Pacific Properties is a burgeoning real estate company that has been dominating the market in California for years. Adam Milstein is the Managing Partner of the company and he has been uniquely involved in making it the success story that we know of today. Adam Milstein, a talented entrepreneur, and philanthropist knows full-well how hard it can be to create a career out of your own opportunities but he is still here to share his techniques and his efforts.

Milstien had already graduated from Technion back in 1978 and he had even served during what is known as the Yom Kippur War for the IDF. Adam Milstein moved to the United States from Israel in order to attend to his studies at USC. Milstein would take classes in order to pull down an MBA in entrepreneurship. With this degree in hand, Milstein figured he would be able to find his way to a great job and a great career path. However, when college recruiters came to town in Milstein’sfinal semester he quickly found out that they weren’t offering him competitive wages that were equal to his life experience and studies. Milstein, frankly, saw that he could have more success by chasing his own work.

Milstein decided to forego getting into the rat race and instead he went straight to work as a broker for commercial real estate. Three short years later, and tons of success behind him, Milstein would make the leap to start investing with Hager Pacific Properties. Milstein says, “When you start a business, you don’t know what your day will look like.” Starting Hager Pacific Properties wasn’t the easiest thing in the world but Milstein has long prided himself on his ability to push until he gets to where he needs to be.

As an entrepreneur, Milstein learned early on that there is no sense in letting others dictate how you approach your business. Milstein advises entrepreneurs to avoid letting clients or potential partners yell at or push them. Milstein goes on to say that the key traits to success are “Consistency, persistency and follow up.”

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