Tammy Mazzocco is a household name in the real estate industry. Mazzocco started her career serving as a secretary for a real estate firm, The Edwards Realty Company. She worked in this company under the guidance of Mike Zelnik, a renowned commercial realtor. According to Ideamensch, after her tenure at The Edwards Company, she proceeded to work for seven years at Scotland Yard Condominiums, where she served in the management of condominiums. In 1995, she was encouraged by Ken Cook, the owner of Cook Realty, to get a license as a real estate agent. Ken dedicated his time to teach and mentor Tammy on the pertinent issues regarding real estate. After moving out of Scotland Yard, Tammy was employed at T & R Properties, where she worked as a multi-site property manager. At this firm, Tammy managed two apartment complexes and a warehouse complex. In 1998, Tammy served as a personal assistant for Joe Armeni, a top RE/MAX producer in Columbus. Joe was a real estate agent, and as his personal assistant, she learnt a lot about real estate operations. Her work under Armeni inspired her to venture into real estate whole heartedly in 1999. One year later, Tammy joined Judy Gang & Associates in Ohio. Gang became Tammy’s mentor and inspiration ever since. Tammy currently sells real estate in Delaware, Licking, Franklin, and counties in Central Ohio.
Tammy Comments About Her Struggles in Real Estate
According to Tammy’s statement on Spokeo, when she started out in real estate, she had a hard time until she learnt about the marketing and business side of the industry. She confesses how she would experience difficulty discussing with people on issues touching on their finances. An associate helped her out by giving her some scripts which she was to read them out loudly until she was able to speak them.
Tammy’s motivation is self- initiated. She is in the habit of setting realistic and tangible goals. These goals are tasks that need to be performed when dealing with buyers. Tammy breaks down these goals into small actionable steps that can be easily accomplished rather than tackling a goal in its entirety.
Tammy’s motto is that one should not take themselves seriously. Furthermore, she advises people not to fear failure, and to never settle for mediocrity. People who are hard on themselves are brittle, and break when things get tough. Those who fear failure are never able to start anything.