We had the good fortune of connecting with Andrea Tamayo and we’ve shared our conversation below.

Hi Andrea, what is the most important factor behind your success?
The factor that has contributed most to my success as a professional organizer has been me believing in myself since the moment this idea was created. Also believing in my abilities and in the potential this entrepreneurial endeavor has in changing people’s lives.

The discipline, motivation and love for what I do all comes from this driving factor.

Alright, so for those in our community who might not be familiar with your business, can you tell us more?
Anta Organizer started when I began to help close family and friends by organizing their spaces, which allowed me to see a necessity and a purpose in life. From this I created the business, the brand, and began to get my name out there through marketing and recommendations. Today, I have created jobs and I work with amazing women. This has allowed me to offer many types of services, such as going to homes and businesses to create order and harmony in their desired spaces.

Anta Organizer works on each project with love, dedication and respect for the things that each client holds as important. We are also a bilingual company which has given us the opportunity to serve different markets.

The process of starting a new business is never easy and my experience was not the exception. To start a small business takes bravery and determination. When I immigrated to the US I had to overcome many fears and challenges, but I kept persevering every day to reach my goals and to grow to become a better women, mother, human being and woman entrepreneur.

My main objective is to offer the best services as a professional space organizer in the DFW area, but eventually I would like to reach many different countries. I want everyone to experience the beauty of the work we do, I want to help people create organized and harmonious spaces and to serve more families and companies.

If you had a friend visiting you, what are some of the local spots you’d want to take them around to?
I would first take my friends to the Stock Yards! I love this place because the cowboy feel is something that represents Texas and has not changed throughout the years. I would also take them to some museums in Dallas, such as the John F. Kennedy Museum. Later on, I would take them to a Steak House so that they could try the different types of meat cuts. I would also have to take them to Medieval Times! It is an amazing show and the food is delicious. Lastly, we would end our trip in Deep Ellum with some good drinks and a nice nightlife.

Shoutout is all about shouting out others who you feel deserve additional recognition and exposure. Who would you like to shoutout?
I would give credit to all of the people who have believed in me. That would be; my family, specifically my son who has been my greatest inspiration for success. Additionally, I would give credit to my friends who have been and continue to be a huge support system in my career and have been there to help me discover my potential as a professional organizer. I cannot forget to give even more thanks to the Academy Claudia Torre for teaching me the path in this career. Lastly, more than anyone, I give thanks to God for giving me the opportunity to live out this dream.

Website: antaorganizer.com

Instagram: @antaorganizer

Twitter: antaorganizer

Facebook: Anta Organizer

Other: TikTok: @antaoganizer

Image Credits
Ph by: CG Photography

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