welcome to

Burn Untamed

Coaching dads with young kids to be more intentional in their fatherhood by doing less, not more.

what is burn untamed?

Fatherhood is hard.

The demands of life, work, and parenting quickly add up. All too often, dads end up burnt out, emotionally unavailable, isolated, and ashamed that they aren't enough.

Burn Untamed is here to help.

Following the Burn Untamed Framework, my coaching will help you be intentional, consistent, and present in your fatherhood.You have what it takes to sustainably bring your best self to every aspect of your life.

what can you expect?


Fatherhood requires intentional vision. You need to know where you are going.Burn Untamed will provide resources that help you form and refine your aim for fatherhood and family.


Fatherhood requires consistent action. You must be ready to show up for yourself and your kids.Burn Untamed will provide coaching and resources to arm you with the tools needed to lead your kids well.


Fatherhood requires brotherhood. You are not alone in your effort to be the best dad you can be.Burn Untamed will provide a community of dads ready to grow and learn together.

need some help?

1-on-1 Coaching

I open up a limited number of coaching slots each month to work directly with dads. These sessions are designed to help you craft a specific vision for your fatherhood, create more margin in your life, and construct rhythms that will help you become the dad you want to be.To get started, just fill out the form below. I'll get back to you within 48 hours to schedule a free 45-minute coaching call to start tackling your #1 challenge in fatherhood!

want to know more?

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The best way to keep up with Burn Untamed is to connect with me on LinkedIn where I post daily content on fatherhood.

who am i?

My name is Tyler.

I'm the husband to an amazing wife & dad to 6 beautiful kids. Our family lives in Greenville, SC.I am passionate helping other dads be intentional and present with their kids.Got questions about Burn Untamed or fatherhood in general? Reach out to me!