In this unique conversation we sit down with World Record holder Connor Emeny and his dad, Steve Emeny for an inside look into their relationship. 

Connor Emeny is the youngest person to complete an Ironman triathlon on six different continents, a feat he achieved at only 26 years old – six years younger than the previous world-record holder. 

This conversation explores Connor’s early years and the power of his fathers influence in shaping his perspective on success. Hearing both a father and son’s perspectives, the conversation brings to life to the power of a father-child relationship and what it can mean for helping children develop into the best version of themselves. 

Connor identifies the fundamental principles that his father taught him and how it impacts him today. Steve shares the goals he had for his children and the messages he communicated to them as they grew up. Combining stories and memories from their lives, we get an inside look into the simple actions that dads can take to help build healthy relationship and instill good qualities in their children.

Key insights you’ll get from the conversation: 

  • The two most important lessons Connor learned from his dad
  • The main priority Steve focussed on while teaching his children 
  • The “Fourth Discipline” that Connor uses to master goal setting

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About Connor and Steve Emeny:

Connor Emeny holds the World Record as the youngest person in the world to complete an Ironman on 6 continents. His next goal is to complete an iron man distance race in Antarctica. When he achieves that, he will be the only person to complete an ironman on seven continents. You can learn more and follow his journey at:

Steve Emeny is a husband, father of three adult boys and entrepreneur who lives in Toronto, Ontario

About The Dad Central Show:

Dads love to see their kids grow into confident and successful adults. The problem is most dads feel unsure how to get there and have nowhere to turn for help.

The Dad Central Show coaches you to be your best, while bringing out the best in your family.

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The Dad Central Show is sponsored by Dove Men+Care. Dove Men+Care believes care is the best of a man, because when men care for themselves and others, there is a positive impact.

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