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October 15: Become the Best Version of Yourself—5 Keys to Achieving Your Biggest Goals

Thursday, October 15:   |  Dialogue leader: Karen Pool

Mark & Elizabeth England's home at 1194 South 500 East in Salt Lake City.
Late-comers, please use the back door. 

This interactive workshop will jump-start development of short- and long-range goals using imagination and creativity. Making progress on paper, participants will identify resistors, increase in clarity, and experience breakthrough moments. This session will widen world-view perceptions, options, and create new bridges of thought.

About Karen:
Formerly a university administrator, teacher educator, and adjunct professor at Utah Valley University, Karen Wilson Pool is an author and motivational speaker. She teaches a Life Creation Process that encourages individuals to invent their lives by creating a flexible 5-year plan. She’s the author of Transformational Thinking, Celebrating Women’s Voices, Designing Your Life Vision, and The Golden Thread. She is currently working on a book about midlife and a children's story.

Her online workshops: “Life Planning” and “How to Make Writing Easier,” empower participants to transform their lives or their writing skills. Her website is

Karen holds a Masters Degree in instructional writing and family science from Brigham Young University. She and her husband, Stan, are the parents of four adult children and have six grandchildren. They currently live in Utah and travel often between Texas and California.

To explore:

To ask yourself:
  • What do I like best about my life?
  • How am I holding myself back from realizing my dreams?
  • What is one way I would like to make a difference in the world?
  • Pick an area of your life you want to work on, e.g. How will I make plans for financial independence?
  • How do I see the universe? As hostile or friendly?