Nick Spadaro Keeps It Real and Gives Us ‘The Bullet Talk’
Updated: Jul 18, 2019
Nick Spadaro resigned from SoulCycle. He knew it was time to leave a job for a better life.
“I don't want to go into my 30th birthday on the bike anymore,” Spadaro said. “And it's crazy that I made it happen and you know, I'm here. It comes to a point in your life when you have to say enough is enough and you have to have self-respect for yourself.”
SoulCycle wasn’t a job, it was an embedded lifestyle, that included an unexpected journey. He worked his way around the company, from front desk to instructor; he pushed himself to be the instructor he inspired to be.
He resigned from the company on the spot with $500 left in his bank account and no plan B. He’s like a Britney Spears 2.0. In her song “Circus,” there are two types of people in this world: the ones who’re on stage and ones who are scared. He was on stage, hustling to make ends meet. “As soon as I resigned, it's like you hit the pavement, you exhaust every option, every contact.”
Life is a sand timer: we’re rushing and applying for jobs that we need in order to pay the bills, but we have to realize that life takes us in an unexpected journey. Everyone wants more for themselves and this was what Spadaro wanted because he all wanted to do was to evolve.
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Spadaro’s confidence started when he watched the 2000 classic Bring It On wanting to tryout for the cheerleading team. He had the courage to tell one of his friends about it and his brother’s best friend was a cheerleader. She taught him how to do a back handspring. His mom drove him to tryouts and when they arrived, he didn’t want to do it. His mom tells him “what kind of mother would I be if I just let you give up if I just let you quit?,” she asked. “You will go the first day and if you don't like it after the first day, I won't make you go back the second day. You will go and you will try because all you can do is try and you have to try.”
He made it to the Long Island junior varsity cheerleading team and he brought confidence to a new level. When his dad passed away, he wanted to do good for himself because he didn’t want to let his mom or dad down. He was the one who was focused and determined. He came out to his friends by having an after prom speech, holding pink Maracas and a cheerleading competition tee shirt.
“I think I've always been someone that this is me, you know, I'm going to do me,” Spadaro said. “Like, if you don't like it, you know, that's tough cookies for you, kind of, you know, kind of attitude and stuff like that.”
We cannot force life to happen the way we want it, we have to let it happen organically. When it’s not calculated, things will happen spontaneously.
“I'm really seeing that right now in this moment, in these like two months,” Spadaro said. “I’m constantly meeting people for coffee and the networking has been so amazing.”
Spadaro’s confidence is on another radar with his nude body all over Instagram. If you see his content on Instagram, you can see he is unapologetically walking the NYC streets with his high heel stilettos or wearing athleisure wear.
Let’s not forget, he is fierce with a capital F.
Source: Pictures from his Instagram account.