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 a born intuitive and helper. As the founder of Small and Mighty Co, she uses her gifts, coupled with two decades of business acumen and marketing expertise, to offer her clients a unique, multifaceted experience.
Through a bespoke combination of coaching and mentoring, Sam holds space for heart-centric creatives to discover their specific strengths, find their true purpose and take bold steps towards living a life aligned with their core values.
Blending strategy, spirituality, and psychology, Sam takes a holistic approach to business coaching and mentoring and encourages creatives to find their unique work-life blend. Mixing (certified) modalities, including NLP (Neuro-linguistic Programming), EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique), Positive Psychology, meditation and visualisation techniques, as well as Energy Healing; Sam shifts mindsets and supports her clients to connect with their intuition; as she genuinely believes that you have the answers inside of you.
She is a sought-after thought-leader and recognised throughout the small business industry for her savvy straight-talking advice, with regular speaking appearances at major events across the UK and features in the Metro, The Telegraph, Psychologies Magazine, and through television appearances on BBC Breakfast and Channel 5 News.