Tammy Mazzocco is a very successful professional real estate broker, specializing in residential properties. She lives and works in central Ohio, just Southeast of Columbus Pickerington, a town of about 20,000 people. She also works in the four surrounding counties which have a population of around 2 million. More details can be found on LinkedIn.
Tammy enjoys her work and is passionate about helping families find the home of their dreams. She is very respectful of people’s time and their investment they are about to make as she takes her time to get to know her clients very well, and listens to their needs and wants in the way of real estate goals very carefully.
According to Bitsylink, Tammy reasons that people are very vulnerable at this stage of their lives. First of all, they are operating way out of their comfort zone when buying a new house, both geographically and experience-wise. Secondly, they are probably going to make one of the biggest, if not the biggest, financial decision of their lives. She focuses entirely on the customer’s needs and puts her own problems or issues aside to focus on the moment.
Tammy gets to her office early in the morning every day to get the paperwork and office clutter out of the way so she can start scheduling appointments to show houses to prospective buyers. Showing houses is the most important activity she does, and she makes every effort to be involved in that activity as much as possible.
In an article on The Lure Lounge, Tammy is a great believer in setting goals and then breaking them down into action steps which are easier to accomplish. She has seen lots of people set goals, and then gives up on them because they were just too big for them to accomplish. She sets her goals annually, monthly and weekly, and that keeps her involved and focused at all times.
See more: http://www.spokeo.com/Tammy-Mazzocco
One of the things that is a given in any jail is violence. In our jail, we have a number of gangs here that do not get along with other inmates. If you arrive in jail without a gang affiliation and just want to do your time, these gang members can make things very difficult for you.
I have seen where gang members will assault a rival gang member in jail just days before they are to be released in the hopes of extending the sentence due to fighting. It is becoming harder to break up these fights because not only do we not know when the call comes in from gang leaders to make the hit, we can’t seem to stop the flow of weapons getting into the jail.
Weapons not only put those inmates at risk, we as corrections officers are right in the line of fire. We do have several techniques for helping to get a lead on gang violence, but the criminals are always one step ahead.
Even though we have informants and we can monitor the calls the inmates are making, they speak in their own gang languages, so by the time we crack the code, the violence has occurred. When Securus Technologies said they could help us with our problem, we jumped at the chance to get the new communication system up and running.
Once I was trained to operate the software, right away I could hear things differently. Now we were hearing conversations between gang leaders and soldiers who were to carry out the violence. This was very helpful in us not only stopping the violence, but getting the leaders to have to find another way to communicate.
Since the system was installed, we have seen a huge drop in gang violence in our jail.
Bruce – A Special Kind of Leader
Bruce Levenson, the former owner of the Atlanta Hawks, is no ordinary leader. In fact, his recently begun Do Good Institute is a testimony to this fact. This special philanthropist, entrepreneur and former NBA team owner knows the importance of giving back to the community and eventually to the world at large, a fact which speaks in action alone louder than it does through words. Mr. Levenson’s charitable actions will never be forgotten as such throughout his lifetime nor will his wonderful spirit. Mr. Bruce Levenson resides with his wife, Karen Levenson, in Washington D.C.
A Change in Higher Education
According to ESPN, since Mr. Levenson sold his ownership of the Atlanta Hawks in 2014, he immediately began to work with non-profit organizations, gradually giving birth to the University of Maryland’s Do Good Institute. He seeks to make the world of higher education a possibility for all by simply involving the University’s current undergraduate students in volunteer work and regular philanthropic activism. The program has only been a rapidly-growing success since its initiation, and the hope is that people will never see higher education through the same eyes ever again. Let us hope. Visit brucelevenson.com for more information.
The program intends to accomplish two missions. The first is to make the University of Maryland campus one in which every faculty, staff, current student and alumni learn to practice the healthy habit of giving back to the community—and of truly doing good to all neighbors—for a lifetime. The second is to rise a new generation of leaders in the non-profit sector, bold men and women who will both make a lasting difference in their surrounding communities and likewise teach others to do the same in the process. This 21st-century model is well-received.