Humanitarian work is a call that not many people can pursue. It has to be passionate as it requires a lot of sacrifices. Adam Milstein and his wife has been very committed in the philanthropy work. Milstein is the co-founder and the Managing Partner of Hager Pacific Properties, which deals with real estate.
Everyone has a motive that drives them to their venture. Adam Milstein says that when he was at the University, he realized that many people underestimated his knowledge. He was by then acquiring higher education and MBA and the recruiters offered to pay him lower than undergraduates. He, therefore, decided to start his entrepreneurship journey. He first began as a broker in real estate for three years and later advanced and pursued real estate on his own.
Many people advocate for a typical day in their daily life. However, Adam Milstein has a different view of having a daily routine. He says that he believes that it is hard to predict what happens in the business. He says that as the assets and structure of the firm increases, the company’s schedule change. However, Milstein says that humanitarian work makes his day complete.
Having great ideas can only be significant if they are executed. To be successful, you need to have a plan to bring your ideas to reality. Milstein says that he pushes until he sees his ideas come to life. He says that if he assigns someone a duty and they fail to do it, he does it himself. He also does a lot of follow-up activities to see that everything falls into place.
Adam Milstein’s Humanitarian Work
Adam and his wife are committed to seeing that the Jewish culture does not end. They want all their youths to be enlightened in the ways of their culture.
Through their foundation, they have been able to supply more than 15000 copies to the Jewish community.
In his Jerusalem post, Milstein says that there are still custodians of the community among the young people. He says that it is their duty to offer guidance and support to the youthful leaders because such a role comes with so many hardships.