Open the Floodgates to a
Healthier Life. Ask Yourself:

How can you be a little more positive,
so you feel empowered to tackle
difficult projects?

The 28 Day Boost Positivity Challenge Starts Feb 1st

Has our current environment been weighing you down?

Let's work on this together!

Are you ready to take the 28 Day Positivity Challenge?

One of the biggest mistakes we make is building relationships through complaining or negative views. It's much easier to tell you what I hate and connect around that because I don't have to be vulnerable. I can just share what I don't like and if you agree then we connect. If you don't agree then we can move on. It’s just not as painful if you don’t dislike something that I dislike.

If I share what I do like and you don't agree then I feel rejected. This can cause hurt feelings and it remind us why we shouldn't feel vulnerable. I want to flip this relationship building tactic on its head.

I want us to connect with each other through positive thoughts and feelings, so we build relationships on a foundation of positivity. So over the next 28 days I want to challenge you to put positivity out in the world. It could be sharing a story of someone helped you at work or instead of adding on top of the complaining you abstained or brought some positivity to the situation. We need more positivity out in the world. If we can be more positive with our friends, family and coworkers then we can build lasting relationship that will help us make a bigger impact in our community.

When you join the free 28 Day Boost Positivity Challenge. You'll get:

  • Weekly email to help you plan your week.
  • Mid-week check-in email to see how you are progressing.
  • Facebook group for support and encouragement.
  • 5 Tools to Become 31% More Productive.

Hi, I'm Karl Staib. The author of Bring Gratitude and coach to people who want to build a more resilient mindset.

When you are able to see the opportunity in any given situation then you'll find a way to succeed and enjoy yourself throughout the process. It's only success if you actually enjoy the journey.

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 Positivity to Every Interaction You Have and Watch How It Build Relationships

When you practice putting positivity out in the world this helps you build relationships with positive people. People that are trying to do things that will help create a better world.

I'm Karl Staib the Author of Bring Gratitude

A few years ago I noticed that I stopped writing and being creative. I'd fallen into a rut. I woke up dreading most of my days. I put on a good front for my family and co-workers, but I just wasn't happy. I was drinking at night to help me relax and drinking coffee to kickstart my lethargic mornings.

Over one holiday my wife gave me a new Bluetooth speaker for our home. It wasn't the one I wanted, so I looked at her and said "They didn't have the one I wanted?" Her expression showed me how far I'd fallen with my attitude. I knew that I needed to do something to improve my outlook on life.

I'd fallen into back into bad habits. I struggled with building habits that helped my life and my career. I started to track my overall happiness on a scale of 1-10 for a whole month. I ended the month at a 6.7 out of 10. I was expecting a better score. That's how delusional I was. It was eye opening.

I had a caring family, good job and nice home and yet I struggled to be happy. That's when I started my gratitude journal, the spark that started this journey. I now appreciate so much more of my day. It's really the little things like a cup of tea in the morning, which I usually had, but didn't have the ability to enjoy it as much as I do now.

I've struggle 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 now, 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 has helped me become more positive. Just do the Gratitude Challenge and see what happens after just 30 days.


Writing this book changed my life. I'm pretty dang sure it'll change yours, too!


When you join the free Gratitude Challenge you'll get:

  • Weekly email to help you plan your week.
  • Mid-week check-in email to see how you are progressing.
  • Facebook group for support and encouragement.
  • 5 Tools to Become 31% More Productive.
What are you most grateful for today?