Pat Mazorol, Attorney, has been a full-time member for the past 8 months at France OffiCenter. During that time, he has seen an increase in his business and productivity. Below, Pat shares how he has been successful.
Every business has a story, tell us yours.
Attorney in private law practice with focus on probate, estate planning and charitable gift planning with over 35 years of experience in law, investment management and trust administration. Also engaged as consultant to church governing boards on leadership transition and board governance practices with broad experience serving and leading non-profit boards and multiple church consulting relationships.
You were chosen as this month’s Success Client. Tell us about your most recent Success.
I got my LinkedIn account refreshed and up to date. That has noticeably increased networking opportunities.
No one likes to brag about their business, but if you HAD TO . . .
I am pleased with the number of client referrals I have received from other financial professionals. A good referral is worth so much more than advertising and starts a client relationship with trust.
We learn from our mistakes, especially in business. Give us some words of wisdom.
The goal should be excellent service, profit is the result.
Share the best advice you ever received.
Under promise and over deliver.
Describe your perfect day off.
Golf followed by dinner and a movie with my wife, or traveling to see grandchildren.
What might someone be surprised to know about you?
I love visiting Walt Disney World.
Together we are stronger. Tell us something you like about being our client.
I enjoy the opportunity to meet and collaborate with other professionals who are using their best talents to serve their clients professionally and cost effectively. I am confident that my clients are being served well by the staff and environment of OffiCenters.
If you could work anywhere under the sun, where would you choose?
There’s nowhere else I would rather be working than in Minnesota, except maybe close to Disney World (but then I wouldn’t work).