Interview Angela (Mastrogiacomo) Tyler

Angela Mastrogiacomo

Today’s guest for the #womensupportingwomen feature is my good friend, Angela Mastrogiacomo!

I personally worked with @Angela_Mastro when I first created Vostra Moda, and once all everything was up and running — I returned the favor and took her on as my client!

Let’s step in! 👇

Q: What is a personal favorite quote?

“People don’t buy what you do, they buy why you do it.”

— Someone smart

Q: What is your favorite activity when you aren’t working?

A: My favorite thing in the whole world is to pair a really good meal (like nachos or pizza!) with the most perfect trashy TV show (like Bachelor in Paradise or Temptation Island). There is no better combination.

Q: When did you create your business, and what inspired you to start this specific business venture?

A: I started my first business, @MuddyPawPR after graduating college. Later, I started business coaching to help early-stage creative entrepreneurs sign their first clients!

Q: Why was it important for you to create your business?

A: I saw how many people were longing for something more. I saw them missing out on their lives and desperate for a change and I wanted to be a part of that.

Q: If you could go back in time and give yourself any advice during the first year of your business, what would it be?

A: Stay scrappy. I see so many people caught up in the comparison game or wondering which social media is better to use, instead of just doing the thing.

Q: What is your favorite part about working with/supporting your specific clients?

A: It’s honestly seeing the 💡 lightbulb moment. The excitement. The realization that their dreams are within grasp and that they have made this happen for themselves. It’s the best feeling.

Q: Where can our community find you?

  • Instagram: @Angela_Mastro and @MuddyPawPR
Angela and Bri White

Q: What does confidence mean to you?

A: It means being so comfortable in my own skin that I get lost in the moment.

Last thoughts 💭

“A fallen leaf is nothing more than a summer’s wave goodbye.”

— Unknown