A Few Words About “Blueprint to Beast” from Tyler “Melee” Minton

Three years ago I had the pleasure of meeting Johnny Pain. At that point of my life, I was a 4-0 amateur Mixed Martial Artist.  While I had the desire to go professional in the sport, I lacked several important qualities that would help me to excel. 

Over the past years, I’m very grateful that John has become somewhat of a life coach of mine.  For the last several years John has taught me how to first convince myself of success, and then work towards achieving it.  John has also greatly helped me learn how to design my lifestyle in a way that has increased my confidence and has positively influenced the way that others see me.  The changes I’ve made since John has been working with me are very noticeable to everyone and I can tell you that it’s helped me more than I can express in my professional athletic career.

I’m currently a 4-0 professional fighter with the UFC hot at my door.  I fully anticipate being a highly noted contender in the UFC Welterweight division in the near future, a goal that is becoming increasingly more likely with each day.  Four years ago I wouldn’t have the confidence to sit here and tell you that I will be in the UFC, but John has really helped me to develop not only the confidence to tell you this, but the faith that I have in this achievement that has helped drive me to the success I currently hold.

I know it would sound cliche and outlandish for me to tell you that thanks to John I now own my own business, Armani clothes, a BMW M3, a champion blood line Bulldog, and countless other things I never would have dreamed of owning before, but the fact remains that John is DIRECTLY responsible for me owning these things.  The “Blueprint to Beast” seminar is a highly concentrated dose of many of the things John has helped me to understand and achieve over the past several years.  Through thousands of texts messages, hundreds of phone calls, weeks of travel to Philadelphia, and time with John here in Tennessee, I have learned a portion of what can be learned in a matter of hours this weekend.  If you were ever going to attend a seminar, I highly recommend you attend this one.  The material covered in this seminar will directly and positively effect your life in ways you may never experience if you miss this weekend.  I hope I see many of you there!


4 Responses

  1. Tyler "Melee" Minton

    Thank you for kind words. Know that I give God glory for everything I do. This however was a recommendation for a product and therefore I spoke of how the product was helpful to me. Surely you understand this. When a potential employer calls your recommended sources I’m quite confident your sources spend time talking about how you helped the company and they benefited from it and not how God influenced company success. If there are any doubts one can simply google or YouTube my name to find countless interviews and articles filmed or written about me where I outline my appreciation to God for my salvation and giving Him the glory for my success. Again, thanks for your kind words and I hope you better understand the purpose of my recommendation now.

    March 21, 2012 at 1:00 pm

  2. Pete In Kansas

    great reccomendation! I hope to attend!

    March 21, 2012 at 1:38 pm

  3. Vim

    This is great man. Ill actually make the effort to watch UFC again when you get there – its a pain here in the UK.

    Im currently unemployed, and trawling though job search websites is probably one of the most soul destroying things ive ever had the displeasure of doing. But on the other hand, its made me realise i need to pull my thumb out of my arse and start my own business doing the thing i WANT to do. Not next year, next month, but NOW. Listening to what JP has to say about life, and the odd motivating article from SV, Wendler’s website and EFS, makes me realise that there’s plenty of “i can’t, because…” people out there. And that i dont want to be one of them.

    As soon as ive got a spare bit of cash, i can guarantee ill have a seminar and a ticket to philly booked.

    March 21, 2012 at 8:42 pm

  4. Marcus Aurelius

    Tyler, its great to see a martial artist with an emphasis on strength. I’m a BJJ competitor and mma fighter. I currently struggle with increasing strength while simultaneously training BJJ and boxing and wrestling 5 days a week.

    When I back off on BJJ , my strength in the gym skyrockets. When I train more MMA And BJJ as I am now, my strength dwindles. I believe I am eating enough calories. Any tips on how to balance the training and make gains, would be appreciated.

    I enjoyed the recent podcast. Keep up the good work in the cage.

    March 22, 2012 at 7:33 pm

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