Tammy Mazzocco believes that her career found her. When she began working as a secretary at commercial realtor firm, The Edwards Realty Company, Tammy did not know that she would wind up as a realtor in Central Ohio. However, she became a well-known name in the industry, selling real estate in four counties.
Tammy Mozzacco’s early days in the real industry were difficult since she did not know a lot about the business side of real estate. For instance, it wasn’t easy for her to talk to customers about finances. She, however, quickly learned. To help her, an associate gave Tammy some scripts and suggested that she reads them aloud until she was comfortable speaking to people.
To motivate herself, Tammy Mozzacco sets realistic goals. These are the main tasks that she needs to perform to convince customers to purchase Homes. Once she sets a goal, she breaks it into actionable steps so that she can accomplish more without trying to achieve the entire goal at one go. She also doesn’t take herself too seriously. She says that people who take themselves too seriously tend to break when things get tough. In addition, fear of failure prevents people from starting anything, she says.
Tammy moved from the Edward Realty Firm to Scotland Yard Condominium where she worked for seven years in condominium management. At the suggestion of Scotland Yard’s General Manager, Ken Cook, Tammy became a licensed realtor in 1995. After that, Tammy got a position at T&R Properties where she managed an office warehouse compound and two apartment complexes. In 1998, Tammy became a licensed P.A. for RE/MAX producer, Joe Armeni. Seeing the operations of a successful real estate developer and agent inspired her to pursue a full time career as a real estate agent. Two years later, she joined Judy Gang & Associates, Ohio. Follow Tammy Mazzocco on Twitter.
Tammy Mazzocco puts her clients first. She focuses on what they need, and forgets about her commissions and feelings. In her Ideamensch interview, she advices realtors to always pay attention to what customers want to achieve success. She cautions them against mediocrity.
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