Dave Lukas Chats with Pavel Stuchlik
369: From Millionaire at 21 to Broke and Back, How Pavel Stuchlik Found Purpose and True Success
This week’s Misfit Entrepreneur is Pavel Stuchlik. Pavel, also known as NOA|AON, is a professional cyclist turned serial 7-figure entrepreneur and investor. As an entrepreneur, Pavel made his first million before the age of 21 and successfully launched, scaled, and exited many brands, including Orange Theory Fitness. On top of that, Pavel is also an internationally conscious DJ and producer who heals others by hundreds of thousands of people worldwide.
Pavel’s mission is to bring people back to their center in union with others through his movement, #noamovement. This movement was born after spending long 10 days in complete darkness in south-east Asia which was one of the most difficult and transformative moments Pavel has experienced.
Needless to say, Pavel has led a very interesting life both as an entrepreneur and spiritually and thought was the perfect Misfit to come on discuss how to blend the two and achieve your trust potential.
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Pavel feels like he has lived 5 different lives to this point. It all happened because of his inner voice putting him on path to find the true meaning in life. He started out in the Czech Republic as competitive cyclist and because the sport was so expensive, he had to find a way to pay for it. This led him to entrepreneurship where he started trading between Alibaba and Ebay with $0 money. He would take the pictures of the products from Alibaba and post them on Ebay and then sell it to the customer using dropshipping. He built it to a serious business, but as he competed more and more riding over 25,000 miles per year, he found himself in chronic fatigue between competing and running the business.
It all culminated in a trip to the hospital after a big race because his body just shut down. He then moved to the US and was on quest to find work so he could get a Visa. He bounced around and ended up in Hawaii working in restaurant chain. He then moved to Florida and discovered Orange Theory fitness when it had 6 locations. He went to their office and told them he wanted to franchise. He put all he had into it and opened up the Georgia market becoming the fastest growing region in the entire chain in 6 months. He helped grow the region to over 55 locations. He then partnered with the CEO and went on to help them scale across the country. He spent about 7 years growing the brand, but he committed that every 3 months, he would do something out of the ordinary. Something to disrupt his comfort level and focus on the spiritual side.
He got to a point where he was burned out again like he was in cycling – even though he had accomplished more than most people dream of. He took one of his sabbaticals in Thailand and unplugged. When he walked out, he knew what he wanted to do. He started Noa Aon. Noa means movement and Aon means “all or none.” It symbolized duality of the highs and lows of life. He learned to find harmony between the two.
Within 3 years, he was broke and out of money. He entered the darkest period of his life and when Covid hit, it took down the rest of his Orange Theory locations. He expected to go bankrupt, but would not give up and kept working to get out of the mess. He started doing Covid testing out of his Orange Theory’s and started doing events serving corporations and groups as Covid ended. He then sold the remaining Orange Theory’s.
When you came out of the cave in Thailand, you had purpose and knew how you wanted to live, what were those principles?
What does it mean to have true consciousness?
What are the most meaningful lessons you have learned from your entrepreneur journey?
How did you go broke and what are some of the best lessons you learned from that time?
Talk to us about the principles you use to build a business since you’ve lost it all and then built another massive business…
What habits and lessons did you take from competitive cycling that helped you most as entrepreneur?
Tell us about your “Reset Method…”
What is the first action to take in resetting?
What is the power of frequency?
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