The Becoming Unfcukwithable Journey
Workshops, motivational talks, coaching and resources on enabling healthy self-relationships
The Becoming Unfcukwithable (BU) program guides you along a path of:
Current Reality Checking: understanding and accepting your current life situation as the perfect starting place for your unique self-development journey.
Identifying and letting go of excess, redundant “baggage” that is weighing you down and inhibiting your progress.
Learning to use the Triple-A compass of Awareness, Authenticity and Attitude to find the way forward that is right for you.
Charting your progress: tracking the development of the selfies of self-love to monitor and direct your ongoing, life-long growth.
“Transformation isn’t sweet and bright. It’s a dark and murky, painful pushing. An unraveling of the untruths you’ve carried in your body. A practice in facing your own created demons. A complete uprooting before becoming.” — Victoria Erickson
The customized program you choose may include any one or combination of the following:
- BU motivational talk to your group/organization
- BU Workshop Series for individuals or groups
- Group or individual BU coaching
Your guide on the BU journey is Annie Gyg. Annie leverages the insights and awareness she has gained while journeying through changing spiritual paradigms, extracting herself from codependency in intimate relationships, climbing the corporate ladder into a leadership role, and facing the challenges of caring for a loved one battling a mental health crisis and addictions.
The unique qualifications Annie has gained through her life experiences are augmented by professional leadership, speaking and life coach training and accreditation.
Becoming Unfcukwithable: the ultimate journey
Becoming unfcukwithable does not mean turning into a mean junkyard dog. It means transforming into the version of you who’s truly at peace and in touch with yourself, and nothing anyone says or does bothers you, and no negativity or drama can touch you.
Our guiding services help you along that journey through workshops, resources, seminars and one-on-one mentoring. The hywtas Becoming Unfcukwithable Program is not therapy or counselling (although it may complement those services).
Becoming unfcukwithable is a life-long journey. It’s one of the most difficult — and most rewarding — undertakings you can assume to benefit yourself (and the world!). It’s the emotional equivalent of an extreme endurance race. Except, it’s not a physical race. It’s a holistic transformation that requires courage, stamina and patience.
Becoming unfcukwithable involves steep ascents and descents as you travel into the realms of awareness, authenticity and attitude in the process of actualizing the you that you were born to be. It enhances the potential to live longer, healthier and happier by improving your relationship with yourself and others.
You can’t reverse time and go back to where the journey of your life began. But you can start where you’re at and enjoy the journey ahead as fully as possible. The hywtas Becoming Unfcukwithable Program is designed to help you do exactly that.
“If you’re working on changing bad habits, unhealthy thought patterns, negative emotions, or toxic behaviours, know that you are healing a small part of the world by healing yourself. Everyone around you will benefit and they will be served by your wholeness. It’s hard sometimes and I know you want to quit, but this is the work that ultimately changes the world.” — Emily Maroutian
As the creator of the Becoming Unfcukwithable Program, Annie Gyg is available to:
- Speak to your organization on the benefits of employees/members becoming unfcukwithable
- Lead you through the Becoming Unfcukwithable Program, which includes educational resources and a series of workshops
- Personally mentor and coach you on your journey of becoming unfcukwithable
Contact Annie Gyg to learn more. No obligations, and no cost in the asking.
As the individual goes, so goes the relationship, the family, the community, the organization, the nation and the whole world in which we live. — Annie Gyg (adapted from Pope John Paul II)