In this episode, I chat with Jacqueline Colley, an Illustrator and Pattern Designer based in London who specialises in creating explorable and playful illustrations that defy the ordinary.
Jacqueline and I chat about how being a ‘sproduct’ business has helped her to thrive, our love/hate relationship with Instagram and why more small businesses need to apply to brand ‘open calls’ and not be afraid of failure.
Finally, we explore why being a ‘doer’ is so important to the success of your small business and procrastination could be a sign from your gut that what you’re doing isn’t right.
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Sam is the founder of Small and Mighty Co. (previously known as Social Mouth) and leading expert in content marketing, independent retail and modern-day consumer behaviour with a career spanning over 15 years in the industry, with features on the BBC and iNewspaper. In addition to consulting, Sam is the host of an iTunes top 40 business podcast “Small and Mighty Conversations” celebrating the small business owner and creative entrepreneur.