Burnout Challenge

The 5 Day Prevent Burnout Challenge

Learn how to set boundaries so you can protect your energy and increase the amount of enjoyable work you do by 20% more each week.

Starts on May 2nd
How can we do our best work if you are burnt out?

We have to put systems in place to help us be more proactive, so we can avoid burnout and enjoy our work. If we aren’t enjoying our work then we aren’t doing our best. We must stop using pure willpower to get our work done. Otherwise burnout is inevitable.

Join the 5 Day Love Your Work for Introvert challenge! You’ll learn how you can do more of the work you love and use this time to peel away your armor so you can be your authentic self in your career.

When you join the free 5 Day Prevent Burnout Challenge. You’ll get:

  • 3 live trainings (Mon, Wed, and Fri)
  • Daily emails to help you plan your week.
  • Facebook group for support and encouragement.
  • Dig to Fly one sheet to help guide your decision making process.

Hi, I’m Karl Staib. The founder of the Dig to Fly Method and author of Bring Gratitude.

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.


My goal is for you to put yourself back in the captain’s seat. Your career fulfillment starts with the freedom to choose work you love. Too often we get stuck in ruts and do what is asked of us by our bosses or our clients. We stop creating our flight plan and just let other people take control of our career.

You must take back ownership of your choices. If you have a business you need to figure out how to get back to doing the work you love. If you are in a career that isn’t very flexible then you must find ways to do more of the work you love. It’s this passion for your work that you must reignite. In the Save Your Career Challenge the goal is for you to add an hour a day of work you love within the week. Once you are doing work you love for at least an hour a day you can create more leverage and navigate your career toward your desired destination.

When you dig deeper to fly higher you get major benefits…

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.

Flexible Mindset

When you practice dig deep you identify patterns and make adjustments to grow your career. As you go deeper and peel away your inner armor you see the impact it has on your career as well as others. This is the practice that makes a big impact in your life’s work.

I’m Karl Staib the Founder of the Dig to Fly Method and Author of Bring Gratitude

A few years ago I noticed that I stopped writing and being creative. I was burned out. It’s a terrible feeling. I didn’t have the energy to do my work. I struggled to find motivation and my performance suffered.

I don’t want you to struggle like I did. It starts with self care. You have to start by processing your thoughts and emotions so you can be your best self at work and at home.

I’ve struggle like everyone else. I’ve had relationship problems, laid off from a job, Cancer surgery and therapy, money issues, and mindset problems. I’ve studied gratitude, happiness and business for over 15 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 making the time to dig deep and process my thoughts and feelings each and every day.

In the Coaching challenge we’ll dive deep into how you create a vision, peel back the armor that is holding you back so you can fly free in your career.

Writing this book changed my life. It’s foundation of the Dig to Fly Method.