Adam Milstein is an Israeli-American entrepreneur, real estate investor, and philanthropist who cares deeply about his heritage as a Jew. Not only is the National Chairman for the Israeli-American Council, but he also helped to co-found the organization. He also serves on numerous other Boards for different organizations, such as, the Los Angeles Board of Birthright Israel, the Israel on Campus Coalition, Jewish Funders Network, the AIPAC National Council, Hasbara Fellowships, and more. His wife, Gila, and himself also co-founded SifriyatPijamaB’America, which is a group that offers monthly books in Hebrew that are free. These books teach the values of the Jewish people to thousands of Israeli-American people who live in the U.S.A, and Adam’s Website.
When asked how he has overcome adversity and failure in the past, Adam Milstein admitted that he used to have the desire to find success in a very short amount of time. This has led him to frustration at many times of his life, but Adam Milstein remembers one of these times more than the rest. This was when he was going to school in Israel and attempted to sell art to the temples there. When he did well, in the beginning, he decided to purchase more inventory, because he figured he would sell it all. By going all-in on his venture and hoping it would be an overnight success, he found that he, suddenly, could not sell as much of the art as he had hoped. This has taught Adam Milstein to play the long-game when it comes to business, and norcal.news/news/23823-how-adam-milstein-revolutionizing-philanthropy.
Adam Milstein has admitted that his life wouldn’t feel as fulfilling if he wasn’t involved in philanthropy. Without helping other people, he just doesn’t feel as satisfied. He also believes that his knack for making his ideas a reality comes from the fact that he does a lot for himself. In conjunction with this, he always follows up on connections or leads, because he has learned not to let anything get away from him. When he is facing challenges and it looks as if an idea of his is not going to fly, he works very hard to ensure its success instead of simply giving up, and more information click here.