How do you learn to become a great investor? By learning how other people pulled through the industry to become the people, they are today. Listening to the stories of the investors, enlighten you on the dos and don’ts of the businesses. You also get to know what the people do differently that earns them success.
Adam Milstein is among the people you can learn from, and become a better investor. He is the Managing Director of the prominent real estate firm; the Hager Pacific Properties. He says that when he was in USC, receiving his MBA, some investors came to recruit the students. He realized that they underestimated his abilities, and offered him unfavorable offers. He knew his worth, and as a result, he began Real Estate Commercial broking. It was not long before he believed in his skills, and started his firm.
Many people have a daily routine that they follow to ensure all their tasks are completed in time. Milstein’s story is different. He argues that it is hard to have a fixed routine with a growing business. As the assets grow, the activities of the firm differ. Another surprising thing about Milstein is that he does a lot by himself. He says that he delegates duties to his team members to ease the workload but when he realizes the person is not committed; he does the task for himself.
That is not all. You have probably been taught severally on the importance of having strategies. Adam Milstein says that he stopped setting targets because he realized they were limiting him. He, therefore, avoids the limitations by working without any set goal. This does not mean that he has less accomplished in his career. He gives every day his best.
It could be weird not to mention the philanthropy work of Adam Milstein. He is known for his dedication to the teachings of the Jewish community. He helps in ensuring that the American-Israel families understand what the Jewish beliefs are, and what they expect from them. His wife, Gila support him. Adam Milstein says that doing his work and the humanitarian work every day is what completes him.