Some tasks that people would like to learn can be found on any goal path. Here are a few examples.

I want to…

  • count money and make change

  • fill out forms

  • talk with people I don’t know more easily

  • be more organized with my time

  • read messages and notes

  • write sentences and paragraphs

  • find information in a newspaper, magazine or textbook

  • make appointments

  • read a map

  • take telephone messages

  • read cooking instructions

  • send emails

  • find things on the Internet

What do you want to learn to do? Share this information with your online mentor.


When you set a goal for your life, you want to make sure that it is a SMART goal. This is what SMART means:

Specific – one of the five LBS goals

Measurable – one where you can see progress being made

Achievable – a goal that makes sense for who you are

Realistic – a goal that makes sense for you at this time

Time-defined – a date when you think you can reach your goal

 At Good Learning Anywhere, we want to help you make SMARTER goals.  There are 2 more pieces to what this means:

Enthusiasm – a goal that is exciting to for you to accomplish is likely more achievable

Reward – what is your reward for completing this goal

As adults we live in a competitive world where we need to set and achieve goals.  Making SMARTER goals gives us the best opportunity to achieve them. Please contact your online mentor if you need assistance setting your goals.