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Through the Parentpreneur Accelerator Podcast, we help you to build the startup business of your dreams, whilst 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 have a conference call while changing a nappy, or to write down a customer's email with a crayon while feeding a baby. :-) This podcast is hosted by serial entrepreneur and proud dad, Alexis Kingsbury. After 17+ years and 8+ startups, Alexis knows that building startups is not easy (just like parenting!). So this podcast aims to give you the advice you need to make it easier to create a successful startup business, without having to neglect quality time with your family. For show notes, and to join the Parentpreneur Accelerator community, visit 

Sep 21, 2022

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...

Aug 16, 2022

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...

Aug 5, 2022

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...

Feb 12, 2020

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...

Jan 15, 2020

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,...