Ask The Entrepreneurs: 12 Tools Helping People Do Good and Complete Life Goals

Ask The Entrepreneurs: 12 Tools Helping People Do Good and Complete Life Goals

Ask The Entrepreneurs is a regular series where members of those involved in the Young Entrepreneur Council are asked a single question that aims to help Lifehack readers level up their own lives, whether in an area of management, communication, business or life in general.

Here’s the question posed in this edition of Ask The Entrepreneurs:

What mobile app or website is seeking to help people do good in reaching their life goals?

1. Brings Accountability

    , founded by Jenn Vargas, is all about goal-setting and well… accomplishment! The social features of the site — which allow members to enter into personal challenges together or share goals with one another — enhance the impact of the site as well. makes your former pen-and-paper bucket list so much more effective for achieving goals.
    Doreen Bloch, Poshly Inc.


    2. Fig Will Be Worth the Wait


      is a new personal wellness app (currently in private beta, but available soon) that makes wellness reachable in a whole new way. Fig breaks down big wellness goals or ideas (e.g. get in shape, invest in pregnancy) into bite-size steps, provides relevant resources, and helps you reach your ideal life with a community of people that matter to you.
      Kent Healy, The Uncommon Life



      3. Digital Nomad Academy

        At my company Digital Nomad Academy, we’re trying to help struggling nine-to-fivers build meaningful, sustainable online businesses of their own, and take responsibility for themselves, while they also create enjoyable lifestyles that let them travel and spend their time more freely. We already have a great community of over 130 ambitious lifehackers and travelers on five continents!
        Cody McKibben,


        4. Sleep on CouchSurfing

          I’ve been a fan of CouchSurfing ever since it launched. I’ve met hundreds of people from all over the world, sharing meals, great conversations, and learning a lot about different cultures — not to mention I’ve met a lot of cool entrepreneurs! Now, with a mobile app, CouchSurfing has made it easier than ever to travel the world, meet awesome people, and save a ton of money!
          Luke Burgis, ActivPrayer


          5. Do It With DoSomething



            is a website that offers children and young adults (ages 25 and younger) the chance to sign up for organized volunteer projects in their community. The site offer grants to launch projects, and also provides financial assistance for college to its members. It’s a cutting-edge concept, and it comes at a time when this country could definitely use a boost in giving and volunteerism.
            Andrew Schrage, Money Crashers Personal Finance


            6. It’s a Wonderful day

              The concept behind Wonderful day is very simple: you add something you want to do every day (or on another schedule) and then you mark whether you accomplish it. You can see at a glance how consistently you do something, which is a major motivator — at least for me — to do certain things more regularly.
              Thursday Bram, Hyper Modern Consulting


              7. Are You a Location Rebel?

                My site, Location Rebel, is a community for people who want to build a business that allows them to work for anywhere, and do the things they’ve been putting off in life. It has a heavy “bucket list” component to help maintain accountability, and keep perspective about what the user really wants to accomplish.
                Sean Ogle, Location 180, LLC



                8. Peek Into Pinterest

                  I always joke with people that the Pinterest version of myself is way better than reality — but I think one reason that Pinterest has become so popular is that it’s a way for people to track and express an ideal version of themselves: what they want to cook, make, decorate, travel to, etc.
                  Abby Ross, Blueye Creative


                  9. Share Passions With Mightybell


                    is a place to create spaces around your interests and passions. Quite a few of those spaces are focused on helping people achieve life goals and plan adventures. There’s a bucket list space, spaces for globetrotters, reading lists for book lovers, and so many more. You can also start a space for your friends or community around a common thing you want to learn, explore or achieve.
                    Natalie MacNeil, She Takes on the World


                    10. stickK Does the Trick


                      On stickK, you draw up an official “commitment contract” that binds you to achieving your goal. By agreeing, you publicly state your goal and commit to achieving it. Also, you can put money at stake, which dramatically increases your likelihood of completing the goal. If you are unsuccessful, the money can go to something like apolitical group you despise, which provides even more motivation.
                      Emerson Spartz, Spartz Media


                      11. You’ll Like Lift


                        — a deceivingly simple but powerful goal-tracking app backed by the founders of Twitter — is my new favorite app. It is helping people achieve their fitness, health, happiness and “everything” journeys.
                        Derek Flanzraich, Greatist


                        12. Download Bucket List PRO

                          Bucket List PRO

                          is a mobile app that allows you to keep track of your bucket list items and share them with friends. You can also check out other peoples lists for inspiration.
                          Josh Weiss, Bluegala

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                          Best 10 Keyboards Under $90 on Amazon

                          Best 10 Keyboards Under $90 on Amazon

                          There are different reasons why you might need to buy an extra keyboard. Your keyboard may be wearing out and one can only imagine the frustration you get each time you type ‘O’ when you actually wanted to type ‘P’.

                          Apart from your keyboard wearing out, desiring more comfort and flexibility and reducing pain in your wrists and fingers as you type might be your main reason. You may also want to maintain the recommended minimum distance of 40cm away from the screen[1] or just want to have some additional functionalities on your keyboard which are not available on most keyboards.

                          Whatever the reason, we all want to have the best keyboard that will suit our needs.

                          Here are the 10 best keyboards under $99 available on Amazon. They were picked based on their ergonomic design and extra functionalities.

                          Why You Should Trust Us

                          We checked Amazon to find the keyboards that have multiple functionalities, promises comfort, have received several reviews, and rated at least 4-star from real users. At a price below $100, we believe that you can find the best keyboard for you on this list.

                          1. Logitech MK550 Wireless Wave Keyboard and Mouse Combo

                          4.3-star, 8950 Reviews

                            The Logitech MK 550 keyboard has a constant curve layout and integrated palm rest to reduce stress, eliminate lower wrist fatigue, and help you type more naturally.

                            If you want something that allows easy navigation, then this might be the best keyboard for you. It has 18 programmable keys that you will find pretty useful if you frequently use apps that require rapid navigation.

                            It also has an accompanying precision laser mouse that makes screen navigation much easier and faster than using your touchpad.

                            One of the things that set this keyboard apart from the rest is its long battery life. You can continue to use your keyboard and mouse for 2 years without thinking of changing the battery; the keyboard’s battery can even last up to three years.

                            If you are a programmer, secretary, writer, or you do something that requires typing a lot, this is a product you might want to consider.


                            • Long battery life
                            • A combination of keyboard and mouse
                            • Wireless keyboard
                            • Integrated palm rest to reduce wrist fatigue


                            • Only compatible with Windows-based PC. Additional set up might be required to use with Mac or Linux.
                            • The keyboard can be a little noisy when typing

                            You can buy this from Amazon for $46.99.

                            2. Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Wired Keyboard 4000 for Business

                            4.3-star, 5388 reviews


                              This is an ergonomic keyboard with a cord (about 6ft long). It has a comfortable design that enhances your natural hand, wrist, and forearm positions when in use. It also has a cushioned palm rest which helps maintain a neutral wrist position, eliminating wrist pain.

                              The keyboard has 5 customizable buttons that you can assign specific commands to make your work easier and faster. This may be the best keyboard for you if you love ergonomic keyboards.


                              • Works on Windows, Mac, and Linux
                              • Relatively quiet
                              • Sturdy, doesn’t swivel around


                              • The keyboard is a little bulky
                              • Spacebar might be sticky at first
                              • It doesn’t have a wireless version
                              • Not good for gaming
                              • Some letters and characters might begin to wear off with use

                              You can buy this from Amazon for $59.95.

                              3. Razer Huntsman Gaming Keyboard

                              4.6-stars, 1442 Reviews

                                If you are looking for a superfast keyboard, the Razer Huntsman gaming keyboard is one to consider. Its new Razer Opto-Mechanical switches utilize optical technology for unmatched speed.

                                The keyboard’s Razer Chroma syncs fully with popular games, and its Razer hardware supports 16.8 million colors on backlit keys. It has fully programmable macros that allow for the execution of complex commands through all keys and keypress combinations.

                                This keyboard is originally made for gamers, but many users choose it for its super-fast speed rather than for gaming itself.


                                • Works for Mac and PC
                                • Stiff enough to avoid typos
                                • Superfast and customizable


                                • Because it’s clicky, it might be disturbing in an office environment
                                • The Synapse software is bad and might not install on Windows 10

                                You can buy this from Amazon for $89.99.

                                4. Corsair K55 RGB Gaming Keyboard

                                4.5-stars, 3115 Reviews

                                  This is a membrane keyboard for enhanced performance, whether you are working or gaming. It is designed to give you pleasant gaming experience with three zones of tweakable RGB backlight.

                                  One of the features that make the Corsair K55 keyboard stand out is its dust and spill resistance, so you don’t have to worry about wiping off spills. It also has a detachable palm rest to reduce wrist pain when you are gaming or on a prolonged work.


                                  It has multi-key anti-ghosting features so those keypress combinations are executed without hassles. You also have direct control over your audio with the dedicated volume and media control keys.


                                  • Competitive at its price
                                  • No software needed for RGB lighting
                                  • Quiet keys
                                  • Programmable keys
                                  • Media buttons are included


                                  • Caps Lock and Num Lock indicators might stop working intermittently
                                  • Game hangs for about 30 – 60 seconds whenever you use a controller

                                  You can buy this from Amazon for $49.88.

                                  5. Apple Magic Keyboard

                                  4.6-stars, 1328 Reviews

                                    The most remarkable thing about the Apple Magic keyboard is its rechargeable batteries and the fact that it can be used to enhance your typing experience on smaller devices such as the iPad and iPhone.

                                    This keyboard can pair with any apple device that runs on IOS 9.1 and up. Therefore you can use the keyboard to type long text messages and emails on your iPhone. This may be the best keyboard for Mac.


                                    • Comes with rechargeable batteries
                                    • Though made for Mac, it’s also compatible with PC


                                    • The keys are not lit
                                    • Some keys, especially the arrow keys are quite small
                                    • Be careful, refurbished items might be sold as new

                                    You can buy this from Amazon for $94.

                                    6. Logitech MK270 Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Combo

                                    4.1-stars, 20,735 reviews

                                      This is another great product from Logitech, especially for people on a tight budget. Like MK550, this keyboard also comes with a paired mouse and does have a long battery life as well.

                                      Although cheap, Logitech still maintained the connectivity signal of 2.4 GHz, so you can use the keyboard within a 10m range and there won’t be dropouts. It also has 8 programmable hotkeys to boost your productivity when you type.


                                      • Long battery life: the keyboard battery lasts up to a year while that of the mouse lasts for two years.
                                      • Programmable hotkeys to boost productivity
                                      • Budget-friendly
                                      • Optical mouse included
                                      • Wireless keyboard



                                      • Build quality is low
                                      • The paired mouse looks cheap
                                      • There might be random keystrokes delay

                                      You can buy this from Amazon for $24.99.

                                      7. Redragon K552-RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

                                      4.6-stars, 1482 Reviews

                                        This is a mechanical anti-ghosting gaming keyboard with RGB backlighting and lettering and conflict-free keys (n-key Rollover) to provide ultimate gaming experience.

                                        This keyboard has adjustable rear feet to give you a typing angle to work fast and comfortably. It also has 12 multimedia keys to enhance gaming.

                                        You won’t have to worry about your keys in tough gaming conditions as this keyboard is built with metal alloy and ABS with plate-mounted clicky mechanical keys and switches. It comes with a high-speed USB cable and a connection to establish a firm connection so you can enjoy gaming without hassles.


                                        • Sturdy and compact; saves space on your desktop
                                        • It has swappable switches
                                        • A good buy for its price


                                        • Clicky keys and loud switches. It may not be suitable where some level of silence is required.
                                        • Some LEDs might break with continued use
                                        • Support for Mac is limited, only Windows PCs are fully supported.

                                        You can buy this from Amazon for $44.99.

                                        8. Havit Mechanical Keyboard and Mouse Combo

                                        4.4-star, 1116 reviews

                                          This is an RGB lighting keyboard and mouse. It’s an all-metal panel mechanical keyboard with a floating design. It has 104 keys and each of the keys has individual switches with full n-key rollover.

                                          The keyboard is ergonomic and has a detachable wrist rest to reduce stress and pain on your wrist. The mouse is also programmable and has DPI levels adjustable up to 4800 DPI. You can even customize your own lighting layouts on the keyboard and it stores and retains your configurations.

                                          This keyboard is compatible with Windows, MAC, and Linux. If you like mechanical keyboards, this might be the best keyboard you’re looking for.


                                          • Impressive build quality
                                          • Great buy for its price
                                          • Universal compatibility


                                          • The blue switches in the keys are pretty noisy.
                                          • Some keys might begin to malfunction with prolonged use.

                                          You can buy this from Amazon for $62.99.


                                          9. Havit Mechanical RGB Gaming Keyboard Mouse Headset Combo

                                          4.4-star, 6772 ratings

                                            This is a complete gaming kit with an RGB lighting keyboard, mouse, and headset, all combined and synced together to give you that ‘rave’ feeling when you are gaming.

                                            The headphone’s breathable soft fabric earpads and memory foam provide exceptional comfort. It also has a 50 mm sound driver and virtual surround sound for precision audio as you game.

                                            Keyboard and mouse are plug and play and has universal compatibility. The headphone is also compatible with different devices and games, such as PS4, PS4 Pro, Xbox, Xbox ONE, Nintendo, mobiles, tablets, and laptops.

                                            Although the value for money lies in using it for gaming, it works well for just any other thing that other keyboards can do.


                                            • The keyboard is well built and looks great
                                            • Keys are solid and clicky
                                            • Bright LEDs are bright and come pre-configured with lots of different lighting patterns.


                                            • The keys are light but loud
                                            • The headset is a bit bulky

                                            You can buy this from Amazon for $90.99.

                                            10. Logitech MK710 Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Combo

                                            4.2-star, 3101 Reviews

                                              You already know that Logitech produces wireless keyboards and mouse combo with batteries that last up to three years at an estimated two million stroke per year of office use. You also know that their keyboard has a cushion palm rest for the comfort of your wrist.

                                              What you may find interesting in this particular model is its LCD dashboard that displays the icon status of your battery, caps lock, scroll lock, and number lock all at a glance. This might be the best keyboard and mouse combo by Logitech you can find.


                                              • The keyboard is sturdy and does not wobble on a work desk.
                                              • Keys are solid and soft, making typing comfortable


                                              • Letters might start wearing out after some months of use.
                                              • Only compatible with Windows operating systems

                                              You can buy this from Amazon for $49.99.

                                              Bottom Line

                                              You will always find a keyboard with good functionalities for a price of less than $100. It is advisable, however, to choose one that is compatible with different operating systems and can connect to different devices.

                                              Find the Best Keyboard for You

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