Hear how his side projects bring him clients, plus great thoughts on being a freelancing dad, the story behind his Full Frontal conference in Brighton and how he found having staff and an office simply wasn't everything he'd dreamt it would be.
Here’s some of the key takeaway points:
Remy worked for a company for 9 years before becoming self-employed; he gradually left that job by going part-time, giving him a safety net as he became freelance
Working in a company first gave him lots of experience that's helped him hugely become the business he is today
He always thought growing his business to be a company of 6 would be perfect, but actually has found the stresses that come with employing staff and running an office outweigh the benefits - find what works for you and don't be afraid to change your plan
His side projects are shared openly on the web and along with his blog and speaking engagements, serve to bring him work by showing the world he knows his stuff
Right now his young family is important to him so he only works 4 days a week - if a client isn't happy with that then they're probably not the sort of client he'd want to work with
The Full Frontal conference came about because of a gap in the conferences being offered at the time - if you want something that doesn't exist, why not try creating it too?!
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