In this life, there are people who are better than us in one way or the other. The same is true for philanthropy where there are people who have managed over 100 charitable organizations. Apart from writing checks, there are other activities that comprise of philanthropy. Adam Milstein recently offered some insights and secrets that help one become a good philanthropist. He discussed three tactics that someone must employ to become successful. The first point that Adam Milstein noted is that the work of giving should be treated as a lifetime labor of love. Many people have always asked Adam Milstein why he is so passionate about giving back to the society. He answers this question by saying that he doesn’t work at all. Philanthropy culminates from what he loves to do. At the end of the day, he feels motivated about his involvement as well as becomes satisfied by changing the community around him.
Adam Milstein says that the more he becomes involved in philanthropy, the more he becomes satisfied. He also says that one should not stop once they have begun helping other people. Instead, you should focus all your energy and love into these deeds. Adam Milstein then talks about the importance of staying focused in philanthropy. Other than spreading your efforts among various organizations, you should focus on one organization and pay attention to it. He says that the field of philanthropy is not about competing with one another. He gives an example of the organizations that he has been part of. They include Israeli-American Council, Hasbara Fellowships and Birthright Israel. Adam Milstein says that he is able to divide his time within these entities.
The last secret to being a successful philanthropist is putting your mouth where your resources are. This requires you to dedicate your talent, time and connection to one thing. Adam Milstein says that philanthropy is not an art of science, but it’s something that depends on organization. Adam Milstein has been in the United States since the year 2001. He has made his wealth through the Hager Pacific Properties where he is a managing partner. The other managing partner is David Hager.