Connor Nemetz is a dad, husband, triathlete, salesperson… and now an entrepreneur. Faced with letting his fitness slide, he designed the Breakaway Bike to crush his fitness goals – and yours as well.
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Today’s Audio MASTERCLASS: Breakaway from the Excuses: Say No to Your Limitations with Connor Nemetz
[1:00] – Connor shares something interesting about himself that most people do not know.
- 15 years ago, he and his brother made a song and a music video. They posted it on their website and got over a million views, and unfortunately, they never made a dollar from it.
[2:53] – What pivot helped you to become the best version of yourself?
- Connor began to have a phobia of becoming too comfortable.
- He had decided on working until he is 90 years old with 20 failed businesses, rather than retiring at the age of 65 without taking the risk to success.
- Necessity became his rocket fuel.
[7:02] – How did you make the shift from being a triathlete into becoming an entrepreneur?
- Connor experienced parallel things between being a triathlete and an entrepreneur.
- Work Ethic
- As an athlete and an entrepreneur, it’s not about winning every time, but about never giving up.
- Both involved daily sacrifice.
[10:37] – What part of your background led to the concept of the Breakaway Bike?
- Connor learned that it is not constantly about passion.
- Passion is the product of purpose.
- He had been making a good living for years already, but he felt an imbalance. He realized that he was missing his passion for what he was doing.
- His mindset shift gave him space to be open to new opportunities – the Breakaway Bike being one of them. That is how he lived in his passion – by staying anchored with his purpose.
- As a husband, a father, as a salesperson, and as a founder.
[12:42] – A timeout to thank our sponsor, Headspace!
[15:22] – When did you know Breakaway Bike would be your life’s passion?
- He was traveling 10-15 days a month for his job while in training for his first half Ironman.
- The Breakaway Bike became a solution to his problem.
- He and his bike enthusiast business partner designed a portable, professional, and quality spin bike that would help him with his fitness sessions on the road.
- He worked on the Breakaway Bike as his side project, while still growing his IT sales business, and he was busy being a father, too.
- With the help of his supportive wife and his optimistic business partner, they pushed through with market testing, and they got positive responses from people who wanted to maintain their physical fitness – anytime, and anywhere.
- The global pandemic and the economic uncertainty made his IT sales slow down, and had him thinking of shutting down Breakaway Bike.
[20:05] – What is a Breakaway Bike?
- Breakaway Bike is a portable stowaway spin bike.
- It is a stationary bike that folds down to the size of a carry-on.
[20:25] – How have you balanced your family, career, and pursuing your breakaway dream?
- Connor was able to balance his family, career, and pursue his Breakaway Bike by planning through the processes.
- A big part of it is his supportive wife and incredible kids.
- His full-time job pays his bills and funds the Breakaway Bike. He has to work extra hard to stay motivated and focused.
[23:21] – Connor’s final message to share with somebody who may have that entrepreneurial dream but hasn’t acted on it yet…
- Ask yourself:
- What will it cost you not to pursue your dream?
- What is the best version of your future self?
- Nothing good happens in the comfort zone.
- Passion is the product of purpose.
- Once you have that idea, break your goals up in the small manageable chunks, and check them off one by one.
[24:43] – Connors’ call to action for Fire Nation.
- The Breakaway Bike on Instagram – The World’s first portable / stow away stationary bike!
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Lights that sparked fire nation. JLD here with an audio master class on break away from the excuses, say no to your limitations to drop these value bombs. I have brought Connor Nemetz on the mic. He's a dad, husband, triathlete and salesperson, and now an entrepreneur faced with letting his fitness slide. He designed the breakaway bike to crush his fitness goals in yours as well. And today fire nation, we'll be talking all about balancing family career and pursuing your dream and so much more. When we get back from thinking our sponsors, you deserve to feel happier and Headspace. It can help it's meditation made simple, go to headspace.com/fire for a free one month trial with access to headspaces full library of meditations for every situation that's headspace.com/fire fire nation.
You've watched webinars before, but you've never seen a webinar. This good. And I mean it, it's not just slides in a presentation. It is an absolute immersive experience where Russell Brunson would teach you a funnel hacking funnel cloning in his number one traffic hack. You want to watch this free webinar. Believe me, it is revolutionary eofire.com/clickwebinar. EOFire.com/clickwebinar. Connor say what's up to fire nation and share something interesting about yourself that most people don't
1 (1m 27s):
What's up fire nation. I am so excited to be here and I love this question. So something interesting about myself is I went viral before going viral was even a thing. This was about 15 years ago and my brother and I were living in a town called Bakersfield in central California. And for those who aren't familiar, it's got a pretty bad reputation being really hot, terrible air quality, and just kind of ugly. I actually enjoyed living there and there are some nice parts, but we found some quirks about Bakersfield amusing. So we made a rap song called armpit of the state, poking a little fun at it. And one weekend we were bored and we made a music video to the song.
1 (2m 11s):
YouTube had barely existed at this point and we hadn't even heard of it. So we made our own website, posted it to the internet and got over a million views on that video. And this was about five years before going viral was even a thing. And I remember talking to my brothers saying, there's gotta be a way for us to capitalize off this, but unfortunately we never made a dollar
0 (2m 35s):
Made it happen. It's crazy. I will say like a million views on a website on a video back then is equivalent to literally multiple billions of views on YouTube now with just how the algorithm works and how the trending videos just get pushed in front of you. So that is absolutely insane.
1 (2m 53s):
That's crazy. Oh,
0 (2m 55s):
Fire nation. We're going to talk today about breaking away from the excuses. We're going say no to all of our limitations. Thanks to Connor ends. Let's talk about this. Cause you've had quite the life Connor give us like a little catch up on, you know, like how you got to where you're at today and specifically what caused that pivots that allowed you to become the best version of yourself. Not somebody rapping about the armpit of the state.
1 (3m 21s):
Yeah, I've come a long way. I began to have a phobia of becoming too comfortable. Being ordinary was no longer an option for me. And I made a decision that I'd rather work until I'm 90 with 20 failed businesses, then retire at 65 without ever taking a risk or a shot at true success. I remember having the conversation with my performance coach, shout out to less turret, courage created. I think he's a friend of yours too. And he asked me a couple of questions. What is the cost of not making any changes? And what's the best version of your future self. I remember getting a little irritated at these questions and not wanting to answer.
1 (4m 5s):
I had a good life. I'm healthy and happy and have everything I could possibly need, but I realized good was no longer good enough. I was no longer comfortable being comfortable. And the cost of me not pursuing my dreams was high and not just financially. How could I tell my kids to pursue their dreams while I'm putting mine on hold and is working a eight to five that I have no passion for really tapping into my full potential. And what does service am I doing for my family by not tapping into that full potential every day, I, I try to wake up and I try, I wake up and I try to push the limits of what I'm capable of.
1 (4m 49s):
I intentionally put myself into positions that I know I'll be uncomfortable in. I've escaped comfort, and I embrace discomfort. And a example of this is I have a huge fear of the ocean and sharks. Any time I was at the beach, I would never go in more than waist steep. But a few years ago I signed up for an ocean swim, race and water known to have great whites. And I got first place at that race. And not because I'm a super fast swimmer, but because I was
0 (5m 19s):
It's because you're scared of sharks. And you were just like, get me out of here.
1 (5m 22s):
Absolutely certain that shark was going to eat me. And I wanted to get the heck out of that water. You know, necessity became my rocket fuel and retiring without ever taking a risk. That's become my great white shark.
0 (5m 37s):
It's interesting because, you know, we had an unfortunate incident in Maine. I'm actually born and raised in Maine. And, you know, I grew up on the ocean, loving the ocean, always being in the ocean, enjoying all parts about the ocean and you know, it is what it is. And like, I even in some ways hesitates to share the story because I don't want to feed to this, but it's not meant to, but like about two months ago, we actually had a fatality from a great white shark off the coast of Maine, like within sight of our biggest city, which is Portland, Maine. And, you know, the problem is, is that that's all that's been in the news, you know, for weeks and weeks and potentially even months, even though, even though, you know, there's this caveat of, Hey, this is the first time this has ever happened.
0 (6m 20s):
And like three or four decades, like it's been a really long time since there's even been any kind of an incident like that in the main area. But unfortunately that is going to shape people's perception of the ocean for decades to come because of that situation. And, you know, it's just one of those things where you could ask you if at some point fire nation, like, am I willing to let you know myself not pursue my dreams because I found a one person that failed or that stumbled, or that struggled in that same pursuit at some point, or am I going to say, you know, what's, you know, that happened to them, but I'm not going to let that to dictate the rest of my life. And you know, that's just a big question. You have to ask yourself financially, if you're really going to become the best version of yourself, like Connor's always looking to become the best version of himself.
0 (7m 7s):
And you were able to successfully make a shift from being a triathlete into becoming an entrepreneur. And, you know, there's some similarities with being a triathlete in an entrepreneurial, but there's also a lot of differences. So how did you make that shift from, you know, pre triathletes, pre entrepreneur into being who you are
1 (7m 29s):
Definitely. And that's a great point. I became a triathlete first and like you said, entrepreneurship followed, and it is interesting how many parallels there are between the two things, you know, work ethic, discipline, determination, sacrifice, but a little backstory on me. I was a C student throughout high school. I went to a few different city colleges studying different trades for a few years, but struggled to stay engaged. And I dropped out eventually I was diagnosed with learning disabilities at an early age and just had a hard time with school. I, I played some sports, but just never really excelled at anything, but it wasn't until after I had kids that something shifted, my brother was doing marathons and triathlons and I had a pretty unhealthy lifestyle at the time.
1 (8m 20s):
He challenged me to run a half marathon and I agreed to the race and I got my butt kicked at the finish line. I told him in myself, I was never gonna run again. But six months later I did my first triathlon and he had again, got my butt kicked, but I was hooked that time. And just like an entrepreneurship, you're going to get your butt kicked in the beginning, but being an entrepreneur, isn't about winning every time. It's about never giving up.
0 (8m 48s):
It's a quick question at this point. What exactly about that second triathlon,
1 (8m 53s):
The finish line feeling, you know, you're, you're suffering that whole time. I, I had a stomach ache. I swallowed too much water on the swim and just had a stomach ache the whole, the entire time. And it was pretty miserable. But when you cross that finish line, you get the metal that your family's there cheering you on. There's really just nothing like it. But I mean, being an entrepreneur, it's not about winning every time. It's about never giving up and both involved daily sacrifice. My coworkers tease me because I've been eating the same thing for breakfast and lunch for the last five years. Just break down. What are those things? So it's a protein shake for breakfast with usually packed with every single supplement you could think of and then chicken, rice and veggies for lunch.
1 (9m 38s):
It's a variation of those three things. Pretty much every day, I've learned small incremental daily deposits like that add to huge results. And a couple of years later, those daily deposits started paying dividends. I was competing in local triathlons and placing the top three overall. I loved the competition and pushing myself to the limits. I'd never really reached before. I'd also never been good at anything. So the feeling of excelling at something was addicting.
0 (10m 10s):
Just one thing I actually really want to stop you on right there because fire nation, I hope you really understanding what he's saying is that becoming good at something was addicting. And there's so many people that are like, well, I'm not really passionate about X or about Y or about Z. And I get the, you might not be, I'm going to be honest. I wasn't really passionate about podcasting when I started, because guess what? I wasn't good at it. I knew it was a good business idea that could potentially grow into something, but I wasn't passionate about it. But guess what? After 200, 400, 800 now 2,500 plus episodes, I've become good at it. And now I am passionate about it because it's a great feeling becoming and being good at something. So that's a really big and important point.
0 (10m 50s):
And I want to shift that Connor into your specific entrepreneurial journey, breakaway bike. So talk about like your backgrounds and how that led you to the business idea of breakaway bike and through the execution process of that.
1 (11m 4s):
I had to learn that it's not always about passion. Passion is the product of purpose. And I had to anchor myself in purpose in order to fuel my passion. And I can explain this a little bit. On one hand, I was seeing a ton of success in triathlons, but my career was mediocre. I've worked in the same it industry for 13 years. I've been in sales for about six years and have made a good living, you know, enough to provide for my family and live in Santa Barbara and go on two weeks of vacation a year. But I felt an imbalance here. I wasn't the top of my age group in these races I did, but by no means crushing it with my career.
1 (11m 46s):
And at about three years into my job, I felt like I hit a wall. The company I work for has amazing culture at freedom, flexibility, and I love my coworkers and clients, but something was missing. I didn't have passion for the product. And this is where finding my purpose kind of came into play. I, I knew if I wanted to be able to start a business, I would need to be successful at my regular job. So from eight to five every day, I'm the best it sales person I can be. And I had a renewed sense of purpose and I found my why, you know, I, I opened my mind to new opportunities and I think this shift in mindset is what gave me the space to come up with a breakaway bike.
1 (12m 28s):
And that's how I'm believing into my passion by staying anchored in my purpose as a husband, a father, as a salesperson. And now as a founder,
0 (12m 37s):
I want to just reiterate this one phrase that just jumped out to me a foundation when Connor said it, passion is the product of purpose. Like that's just a sentence that can just kind of sneak on bias. But if you really sit down and think about that, passion is the product of purpose. And then now you start with purpose. It can grow into this passion that myself and Connor are talking about here. That we've both by the way, experience actually in life. And we have so many more valuable items coming up. As soon as we get back from thanking our sponsors, feeling extra stress, these days, fire nation, that you're not alone. So what if I told you that better sleep at better focus and increase in your overall sense of wellbeing are just 10 minutes a day away.
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0 (15m 27s):
So kind of we're back. And we've been talking a lot about passion and you know how passion can be that product of purpose and so on. Let's talk about when you actually knew that breakaway bike could be your life's passion. Like I kind of want to start at the con the conceptual phase, like talk to us about like, why'd you come up with the idea, how'd you come up with the idea and then executing that and then moving forward into your life. Passion.
1 (15m 50s):
Definitely like most entrepreneurs, my product began as a solution to my own problem. I was traveling 10 to 15 days a month for my job. I was also in training for my first half. Ironman run training was easy. You can do that pretty much anywhere. I could find a local pool Lake or river to swim at notice. I didn't say ocean. I put there, there's never a good option for bike training. Traveling with the bike is difficult. Renting a nice one is expensive. And hotel gyms usually are made up of a treadmill and dusty recumbent bike from 1987. So with the help of my business partner, who is a bike enthusiast as well, we designed a portable professional quality spin bike that could go anywhere.
1 (16m 33s):
Something I could get a real training session on and build my fitness on the road. So this was about two years ago, and I've been casually working on this project on the side while growing my it sales business and raising my three kids. And it it's actually funny how this side project gave me a renewed excitement for my full-time job. I was working towards something greater than myself, and I knew if I wanted to fund this project, I'd have to bring in more capital, but here we are in 2020, and there was about two months where things were very uncertain for me. My it sales slowed down quite a bit. And part of me wanted to completely shut down breakaway bike and cut my losses.
1 (17m 16s):
There was a global pandemic and huge economic uncertainty, and it seemed like it was time to hunker down and cut expenses and save every penny we had, or we could cash out our savings and go all in on the Treme and with the support of my awesome wife and possibly at times overly optimistic outlook of my business partner. We went with the ladder, but once we did early market testing, we learned, we were way off in our target demographic people aren't traveling right now, and everyone was working from home, but we were blown away at the response from the surveys and tests. We ran at home profession animals with disposable incomes and limited space were desperate for a solution to their canceled spin classes.
1 (18m 2s):
And people just aren't choosing the gym as their fitness solution. So we're cultivating the community about home fitness and allowing people to maintain their fitness anytime, anywhere, whether they're at home at the office or on the road,
0 (18m 15s):
Fire nation. So many great takeaways from what Connor just shared. I want to kind of go over a couple of the really stuck out to me. What is breakaway bikes while it's the solution to his own problem? Like that's so key. Like what problems do you have in your life? Where do you complaining about? Is there maybe a solution there for you? And also I love the fact that that is the reality that we live in a crazy world right now. And a lot of people are hunkering down and staying on that defense and they're being very defensive and I get that. That's very appealing in a lot of ways, but what did you ask yourself? The question, what would it look like if I went on the offensive, what would it look like if I got aggressive and I went all in, I was just hanging out with a buddy the other night and he's like, you know what, when the pandemic hit and all my other businesses kind of like sort of screeched to a halt, I sat down and I said to myself, how can I go on the offensive?
0 (19m 7s):
What is something right now that people really need? And I'm not going to super, super details on this because this is about Connor right now. But, you know, he said, you know what? Parents are really going to want to be boosting their kids' immune systems because, you know, obviously they want to be protected against the COVID and the such. So a healthy, strong immune system with multivitamins and minerals and nutrients. So he launched tiger vitamins, which is a kids vitamin supplement chain. So, you know, you have like the Flintstones, which are gross and patch with all this crap, you know, this is like, gluten-free, this is like preservative, like all these different things that like you, a healthy, knowledgeable parent would want to give their kids. He went on the offensive.
0 (19m 48s):
And honestly, I don't know if he's going to be successful. I hope he is. And I think it's a fantastic idea, but the point here is he went on the offensive. How can you as well? So can you maybe just take a second and really get into a little more detail Connor about exactly the use of breakaway bike, just so fire nation can really paint it in their minds. Exactly. W you know, what this looks like and how it's utilized, and then talk about the overall balance. Because when you do go all in on something, you know, there's certain times where family is put on the side, where fitness is put in the side, where health is put in the side and other different things, friends, whatever it might be.
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So how have you balanced all of those things while you're pursuing this dream?
1 (20m 33s):
First off the breakaway bike, that's a portable stowaway spin bike. So imagine a stationary bike that folds down into the size of a carry on there. There were some engineering challenges with that, but we've had time and we've really nailed it down. And I'm super excited to share it with the world. But, you know, as far as balancing family and career and, and, and break away, bike planning and processes has been crucial for me, along with that, my wife and my kids are incredible. My wife is a complete rock star and has been instrumental in supporting me to launch breakaway bike from the beginning. She's always been supportive of my endeavors, and it's absolutely been a shared journey.
1 (21m 18s):
My wife and I are all in this together, but I'm intentional with every minute of my day, I leverage resources and design my days to the minute I wake up at 5:00 AM every day and fill up every minute with purpose until I go to bed, I prioritize activities for my mental health exercise, reading meditation. Maybe it's too much exercise sometimes, but when it's time for me to be with my family, I give them my full attention and am a hundred percent present in that moment. But starting a business while working full-time it definitely has its challenges too. It's, it's easy to put all my time into the fun and exciting breakaway bike, but the full-time job is what's paying the bills right now and finding breakaway bike.
1 (22m 5s):
So I've had to work extra hard to stay motivated and focused. And this is where designing systems and leveraging my resources has been huge. My outbound, outbound sales activities at my regular job, I've actually been higher than ever over the last six months. So planning and processes are everything.
0 (22m 23s):
Planning, processes, fire nation are everything. I promise you every time somebody says to me, Oh my God, I'm just too busy. I'm so busy. Like, I just have no time for anything. I'm like, Oh, let me look at your counter real quick. And they're like, what, what do you mean? Look at my account count. I don't have a calendar. I don't have things in my, what, what are you talking about? I'm like, Oh my God, you literally wake up at the last possible minute and you play catch up the entire day and guess what? You never catch up. But when you wake up at a certain time, every day with a plan of action in place and you follow and you execute, you get stuff done, I'm doing eight entrepreneur on fire interviews today. Like that would blow most people's minds. That would be an entire week's worth of work for most people, but I'm doing it in one day wifi nation, because I have a schedule and I stick to it and I focus and I execute.
0 (23m 10s):
And it's really that simple. And you can make that happen, just like Connor and myself make that happen. And we make the most of our days every single day. And guess what? Over weeks, and even a couple months, there might not be a massive difference between what he and I are accomplishing compared to you. If you're not that kind of an executioner, but over years, Oh my God. It's oceans of distance oceans. It's that compound effect. It's a slight edge. It just grows over time. And it's Connor. Give us a final message that you want to share with fire nation, who maybe has that entrepreneurial dream that you and I have both acted upon, but they haven't acted upon it for some reason.
1 (23m 50s):
Absolutely. It comes down to looking at yourself and asking the question that I had to ask myself, what will it cost you not to pursue your dream? And what is the best version of your future self? Remember nothing good happens in the comfort zone. Passion is the product of purpose. And once you have that million dollar idea, break your goals up into small, manageable, manageable chunks, and check them off one by one in cycling racing, the breakaway is a rider who charges ahead and takes the lead at the start of the race. And the idea behind this is to break away ahead of the Peloton or the main pack of riders. So they don't have to fight the rest of them at the end of the race. And I thought this was a cool concept in somewhat of a metaphor for my outlook on life, share the breakaway bike doesn't or the breakaway doesn't always work out and you gotta work your butt off for a long time to stay ahead of the Peloton.
1 (24m 42s):
But when it works, it's incredible and, and well worth it. And if it doesn't, at least you tried and you gave it, your all
0 (24m 49s):
Is the best version of your future. Self. Love that question, fire nation, ask yourself that question. So fire nation, there's a lot that we talked about today, and I really hope you absorb all of this knowledge and wisdom. The Connor shared Connor. How would you want fire nation to find out more about you about breakaway bike? Anything you want to share right now, before we say goodbye,
1 (25m 11s):
Definitely you can follow me on Instagram at the breakaway bike to stay up to date on our products. And for anyone who thought the breakaway bike might be a good fit for them, we're going to do a special deal for listeners for 40% off of our bikes. If you go to www.thebreakawaybike.com/fire, we will be hooking you up.
0 (25m 36s):
Wow. That is a massive discount. Did you say 40%? I said 40%. I saw you said 40%. So fire nation, you're the average of the five people you spend the most time with. You've been hanging out with CN and J L D today. So keep up that heat head over to eofire.com type Connor, C O N N O R in the search bar. His shown us page will pop up with everything that we've been talking about today. Best show notes in the biz in for 40 that's four, 0% off the breakaway bike, head over to thebreakaway bike.com/fire. And by the way, if you do that fire nation, I want a picture of you on that breakaway bike tag, myself and Connor on Instagram.
0 (26m 17s):
You can find Connor at the breakaway bike on Instagram. So definitely do that. That'd be so cool. And Carter, thank you, my man for sharing your truth, your knowledge, your value with fire nation today, for that we salute you and we will catch you on the flip side.
1 (26m 30s):
Awesome. Thank you. JLT great chatting.
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