Tammy Mazzocco loves her calling as a real estate professional. She began her career as a secretary of a commercial real estate company and then she was the manager of a condominium development for seven years. During her tenure there, her boss convinced her to get her real estate license so she could participate in some of the real estate deals he was involved with. That was in 1995.
She was then the licensed assistant to a top RE/MAX producer, and while there she saw and realized how profitable real estate could be. In 1999 Tammy went into the real estate business full-time, and she has not regretted a second of it. Tammy had a few good mentors along the way, and she listened to all the advice she was given.
One of Tammy’s favorite sayings is, “Don’t take yourself so seriously, live without fear of failure, and don’t settle.”
Tammy Mazzocco was asked that as a self-employed realtor what does she repeatedly do that she would recommend to others. Her reply was, “I like to treat my client’s time and investments just the same as I would treat my own. I don’t focus on the commissions at the end of the deal. I stay in the moment and focus on the deal and what is best for the client at all times.”
Tammy is consistent as she strives to repeat the things that work and to discard the things that don’t. For example, when she was new in the real estate business she had trouble approaching people about their finances, and she was frustrated with her poor qualification of leads. So she borrowed some scripts from some more experienced agents and read them aloud until she felt comfortable with it.
The lesson is that if a person has a dream, and works at attaining that dream, there is nothing stopping them from that objective but themselves. Tammy Mazzocco is the best example of that.