Adam Milstein, entrepreneur and philanthropist, is primarily known as co-founder of the Israeli-American Council in California. Milstein’s current undertaking has been the institution a much more exceptional relationship between the U.S. and Israel. He also concerns himself in the advancement of Israeli-American communities.
Supporting the insurance and identity of Jewish people in America, is one of Adam Milstein’s greatest ambitions. He believes that U.S.-born people of Israeli descent should not see themselves as chiefly American. Milstein hopes that they can accept being called things such: as Americans of Israeli descent or Israeli-Americans.
Adam Milstein considers his work as a philanthropist, like no work at all. He feels that his efforts give him satisfaction. Also, Milstein believes that he gets the motivation to keep getting more things in the Israeli-American communities, completed. He considers that the relationship he has with the Israeli-American Council in California, helps him grow to love his work even better, overtime.
Putting time and energy into where it is thought, it ought to go, is one of Adam Milstein’s key principles. He believes that when making choices as a philanthropist, that all of the organization’s strength should be acknowledged. Milstein thinks that decisions should be based on: how it will work, and how to make it work.
Milstein’s organizations place their work into only a few places at a time. Working on too many things at one time, as a philanthropist, will make one’s work harder and less effective. Milstein recommends that, finding other organizations to work together with, is great for optimal effectiveness.