Tammy Mazzocco States That Steady Progress Has Been the Key to Her Success

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Tammy Mazzocco started her real estate career as a secretary to a nine-man Commercial real estate firm. She mainly handled all of the office duties of the company. Her next job found her as the manager of a two location condominium complex which she handled for seven years. Her boss urged her to obtain her real estate license which she did. He wanted her to help him with some of his real estate projects. That was in 1995.

 

Her next job as a licensed real estate assistant found her helping a very high producing RE/MAX broker, and it was here that she saw the big picture and the chance for substantial earnings in real estate.

 

In 1999, Tammy Mazzocco went headlong into the full-time real estate business, and she has not looked back since. Her motto is to be yourself, and don’t live with the fear of failure, and don’t settle. Too many people never get started because of those fears, so nothing about their dreams never happen.

 

Early in her career, Tammy was a little shy, so she decided to initiate every conversation she could. She found that once she got things going the rest was naturally easy. In another situation, Tammy was uneasy about asking prospective clients about their financial situation to qualify them. She borrowed some scripts from some of the more experienced associates in her firm and read them aloud to herself until she was comfortable with them.

 

The real estate business is a people business, and when you can help get the people problems solved, the real estate part seems to work out for the best. People like a strong real estate leader to help them overcome issues because many prospective buyers have lots of questions. If the realtor can be a leader and answer those questions, it will be likely that they will have a buyer.

 

Tammy Mazzocco has a personal philosophy of focusing totally on the buyer’s needs and the setting aside of her needs in the transaction, as the commissions for example. It seems apparent, but it is a subtle dance, but the prospective buyer will sense it and Tammy Mazzocco will get the sale.

Goldenberg is One of LA’s Top CEOs

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Adam Goldenberg has led 3 successful companies during his time in the business world in LA. The success of his most recent business only adds to that claim. JustFab started in just 2010. Now some investment specialists value the company around $1 billion dollars. This is huge growth in such short of time. This is due in large part to its visionary CEO, Adam Goldenberg.

Goldenberg has had a lot of success with his three main businesses; Gamer’s Alliance, Intelligent Beauty, and JustFab. Goldenberg maintains that he is actually not a visionary. He actually uses a very simple process to get results from his companies. He uses the information and data he is given effectively and uses great hiring practices.

JustFab is a membership-based VIP clothing and fashion service. The company charges a membership fee to its users. Once you pay this membership fee you have access to special deals on all kinds of different retail fashion goods. The company has developed great relationships with many of the top brands in fashion e-commerce on latimes.com. One of the premier brands that it has a relationship with is Fabletics. Fabletics is a company is a newer apparel company that specializes in activewear for the everyday woman. One of the reasons for Fabletics quick growth is the fact that they were founded and are owned by Hollywood actress Kate Hudson.

Read more: JustFab Seeking $50 Million to $100 Million Investment Ahead of Possible IPO

JustFab doesn’t just sell clothing. They also sell all kinds of fashion accessories. They even sell shoes too. Right now, if you visit the website, you can get two VIP memberships for the price of one.

Goldenberg’s first big success was Gamer’s Alliance. This was a gaming network that the had developed and owned int he 1990s. It was a forward-thinking concept that was very ahead of its time. The company had a lot of growth and success early on. It was later purchased during the tech bubble by Intermix Media.

After that, Adam Goldenberg went on to own an internet brand incubator called Intelligent Beauty. Inteligent Beauty was one of the most successful incubators in Southern California. He owned and controlled this entity until he had the idea for and started JustFab.

He maintains that his staff is a huge reason that JustFab has seen so much success early. He hires people that he thinks will be passionate about the work and take it seriously. He believes that all the things that are gained through experience can be leaned on job, but passion is something that you either have or you don’t.

Learn more about Adam Goldenberg: http://video.cnbc.com/gallery/?video=3000543492

The Amazing Success of Stephen Murray

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There are certain individuals in our world that set an amazing example for all of us to live by. These individuals also raise the bar in their industries with their amazing success that they have been able to achieve.

Stephen Murray is one of these individuals who has been able to achieve a great deal of success for himself and the company he helped to run, CCMP. With a masters degree from Columbia Business School, Murray was able to bring his education into corporations and create amazing changes that would result in amazing new profits and growth.

Murray was a very talented private equity investor who made a great contribution to CCMP. With 12 billion dollars in assets, CCMP Captial was one of the largest funds in the world when it comes to private equity. CCMP was rated in the top 20 largest private equity funds in the world in 2007. Learn more about Stephen Murray CCMP Capital: http://www.wsj.com/articles/ccmp-capital-advisors-gets-backing-to-resume-investing-from-fund-1430946145 and http://observer.com/2015/02/this-old-thing-private-equity-honcho-drops-little-place-uptown-for-11m/

Last year alone, CCMP raised 3.6 billion dollars.

The legacy of Stephen Murray will live on for many years due to the great philanthropic work that was done while he was alive. Murray helped thousands of individuals over the years with his many different contributions.

His contributions to Columbia Business School have allowed thousands of students to have a much higher quality of education during their time there. Read more: Ex-CCMP Capital CEO Steve Murray passes away

His legacy at this school can be remembered with the not only the great financial contribution that he left this school but also the great business mentality that he instilled in the student body. Murray taught us all that everything is possible if you really put your mind to it and stay committed. Click here to read more: Stephen P. Murray, 52; Financial Executive; Stamford Resident; Vice Chair Boston College Board of Trustees