Milan Kordestani is a man who can do it all.
He is able to balance a 9 to 5, a business, sports, and college classes.
How does he do it?
He excels in each of these areas by being passionate about every one of them.
He has been riding horses since the age of 10. However, horses didn’t always agree with Milan.
When he was 10 years old, he was thrown off of a horse that went wild and ran away.
Instead of crying or letting the situation scar him and inflict lasting fear into him, Milan went after the horse, climbed back on, and begin to ride it.
This was impressive behavior for a 10 year old. However, that encounter with the wild horse only serves to give us a preview of who Milan is: a person who goes after what he wants.
As an equestrian, Milan has his sights set on winning blue ribbons. Although he hasn’t yet won one, his horse riding has consistently been improving, and he has been getting closer and closer to that first place ribbon.
The first award that Milan ever won was 4th place in the year 2015.
Later that year, he won 3rd place.
In 2016, Milan won 2nd place, a pretty impressive ranking.
Milan’s business, Milan Farms, is 100% organic and grows mint, saffron, and eggs.
Milan’s eggs are shipped all over the west coast. His mint and saffron, however, are shipped all over the world.
The entrepreneur feels that community is family and he has great respect for his community. Some of the members in his community are customers of his.
Milan does the best he can to be an exceptional business owner. He believes that to be a great businessman, one has to be honest with his customers.
The young CEO is very transparent with his customers and is always prepared to answer any questions that they may have.
When Milan isn’t at school, working his business or riding horses, he is pumping out articles for the Huffington Post on the subjects of politics, mental health, and agriculture.