How Grateful are You?


A Quiz to Help You Gauge Your Gratitude Level.


It’s a question that’s hard to answer. That’s why I prepared the quiz you are about to take.

I wanted to help you gauge where you are in your gratitude journey. Everyone's mindset is different and can’t be compared to another. This self assessment will help you get an idea of where you can find some places to grow.

This quiz will help you understand the basics of gratitude by first assessing how grateful you are for the things that surround you. I start with this because it’s probably easiest to appreciate things that are around us, like a good sandwich or a comfy bed. Let’s explore where your appreciation levels are for things in your life.


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Find out how grateful you are in just two minutes.

Once you finish the quiz, you'll enter your name and email then you'll receive your score and what level you are at today. If you have any questions please feel free to email me (Karl) and I'll answer any questions that you have.

You'll also receive four customized emails that help you understand where to put your focus (depending on your score). They will give you tips to deepen gratitude practice.



Here is what Emily said about the quiz and first email.

Hi, Karl -

This was a lovely testament to how far I have come from the negative, critical, resentful mothers that raised me.

Interesting that you spoke of bad behavior traffic in this email message, because I practice driving generosity year-round, but especially as my winter holiday gift to my community. During Christmas/Hanukkah/all the other world religions' winter time holiday season, I leave extra early for errands and I leave extra space for the stressed drivers to get into traffic ahead of me. It's such a small gesture, but I can do it multiple times a day and watch the relief it brings to those driver's faces. I return home so grateful that I don't suffer their stress, and happy that I can give such simple gifts as much as I want without depleting any of myself.

Thank you for providing this opportunity for so many, including me, to increase our joy in life.

Emily


3 Levels of Gratitude


  • Level 1: Surrounding gratitude. Things around you that you appreciate. From a warm home to a simple sip of water. We often take these things for granted if we don’t tune our minds to them.

  • Level 2: Sharing gratitude. When you share gratitude with someone else you lift their spirits as well as your own. People want to work with you and are more likely to help you when you show gratitude for others. I know I struggled with showing gratitude and I’m just starting to come out of my shell and make it a regular habit.
  • Level 3: Self gratitude. This is the hardest for most people. They are more willing to be grateful for a comfy bed or a good cup of coffee than they are able to feel grateful for themselves. That’s why it’s the most advanced gratitude level. We don’t take the time to appreciate who we are and how beautiful we’ve become, even with all our warts and mistakes that occur on a regular basis.

Science shows that a few seconds of being grateful makes your life better.


In fact, bringing gratitude into your day-to-day has been proven to:


Restore your sleep cycles and help you rest better

Grow your friend circle & professional network

Reduce aches and pains in your physical body

Balance your mind for fewer negative emotions (like envy)

Bring out your kindness & compassion while reducing aggression

Feel better about yourself with invincible self-esteem

Strengthen your resilience and make you successful when you come up against
trauma, heartbreak, setbacks, or frustrations.

Bring Gratitude to Every Situation and Watch Your Productivity and Perseverance Grow


The biggest change I've made to build a stronger mindset was building the gratitude habit. I was let go from my job and struggled with my confidence to someone that now is the author of Bring Gratitude, public speaker, and  now have a career and family I love. Nothing much changed about my day to day life except my ability to deeply appreciate what I have and not what I wish I had.


I'm Karl Staib the Author of Bring Gratitude


I've struggled like everyone else. I've had relationship problems, laid off from a job, 5 years without a raise increase, Cancer, fired from another, money issues, and happiness problems. I've studied happiness for over 10 years, speaking to thousands of people all over the world and the one thing that has helped me change from someone that struggled with feeling happy to someone that wakes up excited by what the day will bring is Gratitude. The habit of practicing daily gratitude changed my life and it can do wonders for you. Just the Gratitude Challenge and see what happens after just 30 days.