From Penniless Immigrant to McDonalds to CEO: How to Become a Superstar Salesperson [Teleconference Interview]

Dan Milstein has a life story that will make you want to start blaring old Bruce Springsteen records. Dan Milstein, Daniel Milstein, the ABC of sales, mortgage broker, superstar salesperson,

Currently CEO of one of the fastest-growing mortgage companies in the nation, Dan has come a long way from his humble roots in Kiev, Ukraine. Born in near-poverty, his family fled the Soviet Union to the U.S. as political refugees.

When he arrived in the U.S., he was 13 years old, and he had just 17 cents in his pocket.

One of his first jobs was working at McDonalds, where he learned about the value of hard work (how American is that?)


On Wednesday, June 13th at 4:00pm PST, we are holding a teleconference in which I will interview Dan Milstein, the founder and CEO of Goldstar Mortgage, one of the fastest-growing mortgage brokerage firms in the U.S.

Dan will talk about:

  • What it takes to become the #1 mortgage broker in the nation.
  • How Gold Star Mortgage manages to keep its employees happy in spite of one of Dan’s mottos “lunch is for losers.”
  • How he has 11 assistants, 2 phones and 3 computers on his desk.
  • How to manage a fast-growing team without losing your company culture.
  • How his company continued to grow when his industry was cratering
  • Why even high level executives must continue selling loans so they don’t lose touch with the company’s core service.

You can sign up here:


Hope to see you on the call!





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