Tammy Mazzocco is a realtor and sales professional. Presently, she resides in Columbus, Ohio. Her interests range from real estate, sales, entrepreneurship, to health. Tammy has been a licensed realtor since 1995. She started her real estate profession at the Edwards Realty Company where she served as a committed secretary. In this corporation, Tammy worked closely with a team of nine commercial agents led by Mike Zelnik, a vibrant commercial realtor. She spent the subsequent seven years of her career at Scotland Yard Condominiums. She engaged in condominium management. During this period, Tammy became a licensed real estate agent at Ken Cook’s suggestion. Cook was the general manager of Scotland Yard as well as the owner and broker of Cook Realty.
Ken played an important role of teaching and encouraging her stay true to her dream of becoming a real estate profession. Following her successful stint at Scotland Yard, Tammy joined T&R properties. In this company, she worked as a multi-site property manager for an office warehouse complex and two apartment complexes. In 1998, she became a licensed personal assistant for Joe Armeni, a leading RE/MAX producer in Columbus’ Victoria Village area. Working alongside Joe and seeing the daily operations of an accomplished real estate agent and developer was of great benefit to Tammy’s career. Her interaction with Joe motivated her to practice real estate as a full time profession.
In 2000, she joined Judy Gang & Associates’ team in Pickerington, Ohio. Over the years, Judy has been her mentor and friend. Presently, Mazzocco promotes residential real estate properties in Licking, Franklin, Fairfield, and Delaware counties in Central Ohio. http://www.homes.com/real-estate-agents/tammy-mazzocco/id-629647/
Recently, while talking to Ideamensch on how her day looks like and how she makes it productive, Tammy posited that she likes to begin her day with some light stretching. She also meditates. When possible, she prefers to get most of her essential tasks done prior to opening emails and picking up the phone. In the past, Tammy blocked the things that she did not enjoy doing, including prospecting calls. However, with the passage of time, she has come to find love some of the things that she did not like. When asked about how she brings ideas to life, Tammy said that she brainstorms, researches, and draws a business plan to examine the viability of a given thought. Tammy asserted that by virtue of setting goals, she becomes more productive. Subsequently, she divides these objectives into systematic steps based on the tasks that she needs to accomplish each month, week, or day.