Real estate magnate and humanitarian Adam Milstein recently offered powerful advice and tips on his success, personal convictions in life, business and philanthropic deeds in an interview to help inspire other entrepreneurs. In fact, Milstein’s philanthropic work alone afforded him on the prestigious “Philanthropists & Social Entrepreneurs Top 200 List: The Most Influential Do-Gooders in the World!” He also made the “Top 100 People Positively Influencing Jewish Life.” Adam’s meek and generous nature to see both Israel and America amalgamate in politics and the economy has been evident throughout his work. He’s been an advocate and a supporter to the fostering of armistice and has even served Israel in the Yom Kippur War.
During the meeting, Adam Milstein was proposed the question of what kind of failures had he ever undergone and how did he rise out of the struggle? He surmised that he jumped the gun too quickly just starting out in his first capital venture opportunity, thinking he was going to strike it rich all in one shot. Adam went on to explain that he ascertained putting all of one’s peas in the same pot isn’t going to yield more harvest. It takes time and oftentimes than not, fast money doesn’t prove lucrative in the long run. Overnight jackpots are just too good to be true, so a person should put the time and resources into projects that will be long-term producing.
Another great piece of advice Adam Milstein offered was in regard to business strategy for continued enlargement. He went on to explain that for him, it was particularly helpful to not set specific goals and objectives because they tend to constrain a person’s full potential. Instead, he suggests just being and doing the best a person can in any given circumstance. Also, to not give any credence to persons who disparage your actions. The book he recommends people read is about looking at things positively because in his opinion, circumstances are never as terrible as one thinks. This is also a testament of Milstein’s character and business philosophy.
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