Through the Parentpreneur Accelerator Podcast, we help you build the business of your dreams, while having time with the family you love. To do this, we share tips and experiences from successful (and earlier stage) parentpreneurs who know exactly what it's like to juggle building a business and having a family. With 4 kids and multiple businesses under his belt, Michael knows that neither one is easy! This podcast is hosted by entrepreneur and proud dad, Michael Kittinger. For show notes, and to join the Parentpreneur Community, visit Parentpreneur.com/podcast
090: The 6 Levers of Leverage
The best way for entrepreneurs with kids ("Parentpreneurs") to build the life and business of their dreams... is by utilizing leverage.
Leverage allows you to have an exponentially greater outcome or result compared to the level of work or effort.
In this episode, I reveal the 6 levers of leverage and give examples of each. This was part of a live 5-day training I did on how Parentpreneurs can generate multiple 5 to 6 figure paydays each and every month, through my Targeted Audience Leveraging System.
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Enjoy the episode and remember, success comes to those who never give up!
The 4 Levels of Value
On today's episode, I walk you through the 4 levels of value - one of the key concepts you must understand and implement if you want to make more money and live the "semi-retired" life. I originally learned of these 4 levels from Myron Golden - speaker, sales and mindset mentor.
As an entrepreneur with kids (Parentpreneur) we must work smarter and not harder... and that means using leverage and moving up these 4 levels of value.
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If you'd like more training and resources, or to join a community of over 500 other Parentpreneurs, visit parentpreneur.com.
Enjoy the episode and remember, success comes to those who never give up!
088: The Handoff
This is a very special episode as the Parentpreneur Accelerator Podcast returns... under new leadership.
After building a solid foundation, Alexis Kingsbury is handing the reins off to Michael Kittinger.
Michael is an entrepreneur and father of 4 and his passion is helping other Parentpreneurs build successful businesses, while still having plenty of time to make memories with their families.
To learn more about the Parentpreneur movement, programs and how we can help you build a highly profitable and successful business, visit https://parentpreneur.com.
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Laura Cross - Inventors & Makers
On this week's episode I am interviewing Laura Cross who runs a children’s education business ""Inventors & Makers"". Laura originally trained as a lawyer, before leaving the corporate life to retrain as a primary school teacher. After teaching in London for a few years, Laura relocated to San Francisco for her husband’s work. Laura spent three years in California working for an education technology start-up – which she says is the best job of her life! After returning to the UK with her first child in 2017, she briefly went back to teaching in a school before launching her own children’s education business, Inventors & Makers, last year. In this episode, we’ll discuss: Talk about the importance of creating a great team culture for the modern workplace. Discuss what I learnt from my time in San Francisco which influenced me in starting Inventors & Makers. My advice to parentpreneurs about developing 21st century skills in their teams and in their children.
Tory Wagg - The mental health demands on business owners
On this week's episode I am interviewing Tory Wagg. Tory is a Chartered Management Accountant who qualified with CIMA in 2006. She grew up in Hampshire and studied Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Pembroke College, Oxford. She trained whilst working in industry for Nestle Waters and for the University of Oxford, and went on to start Panthera Accounting a few months after her first daughter, Melissa, was born, back in 2006. Panthera has grown from a one-woman band to a team of 8 across two offices. Panthera is on a mission to help small business owners thrive and achieve their goals through the magic combination of great financial processes and a very caring support team. Tory lives in South Oxfordshire with her husband Jake, daughters Melissa and Jasmine, 3 labradors and one very harassed cat. In this episode, we’ll discuss: Why building a support team around you is essential - employees, networks and friendships, Balancing parenting with the demands of running a small business, Mental health demands on business owners.
Amanda Frolich - Teaching preschool children how to be healthy and active...
On this week's episode I am interviewing Amanda Frolich, an award-winning celebrity children’s entertainer and CEO of Amanda’s Action Club, the world’s most fun, physical development concept teaching preschool children how to be healthy and active from an early age. Having spent 28 years working within the early years sector, Amanda was invited by the children’s activity association to become the Children’s First Champion in parliament, encouraging policy-makers to put children first at the heart of all decision-making. Her global animation TV series featuring Action Amanda on different missions to create a world of endless possibilities and adventure, is going to take the world by storm in 2020 and this Wonder Woman is certainly one to watch. In this episode, we’ll be discussing, Amanda’s background in sport and leisure, how to tackle childhood obesity and how to overcome business challenges.
This podcast is an absolute must for any parent that is either considering starting a new business venture, in the early stages of getting one off the ground or working 'in' rather than 'on' their existing business. The valuable content provided by Alexis and the guests he interviews is pure gold and can't be ignored. It's clear from the first few minutes of the first episode that Alexis is genuinely passionate about wanting to help 'Parentpreneurs' design a life that includes combining having a successful business & the ability to spend quality time with family. Also, it's important to know that he actually does walk the talk. So, stop what you're doing, tune in and join his parentpreneur tribe today!
Love Love Love
I love this podcast and have listened to every one of them, on the road, whilst doing my housework and I've even listened to a couple before bed. You've been everywhere with me Alexis lol. It's easy to listen to and full of great tips and advice. I especially liked the one with David the lawyer and admired his honesty, it was very refreshing. The other one I loved was the solo one. I felt it was specially created for me as I have a head full of ideas and don't know where to start when it comes to deciding which ideas might work online. I will be putting into action all the tips on the show. Every episode is like inviting your friends round for a chat and is very personable.
Thank you Alexis I love it X
Must-listen for any parent starting a biz
Starting a business is hard, and doing that whilst having kids is almost impossible. Alexis shares the experiences of other entrepreneurs who have actually done it (including himself) to break down what you need to do to build a successful startup that doesn't sacrifice family. This is a must-listen for any parent starting a biz.