What Do You Want To Do Before You Die? An Interview With Bucketlist Founder Scot Hacker

25 Sep

The secret to happiness is experiencing as much as you can throughout your life according to numerous psychology studies and stories of people who have experienced the world. In one experiment, for example, Cornell University researchers showed that buying an experience makes consumers much happier than buying things. It is therefore really exciting to have a new revolutionary tool, Bucketlist.org by Scot Hacker, where you can track and share your exciting experiences as well as find new ones!

Bucketlist is a social network for people who love living life. The website is alive with amazing ideas, great dreams, and completed experiences. You can view what other people have done and want to do, and add those experiences to your own list.

From going skydiving to riding on a hot-air balloon to seeing the Aurora Borealis to eating snails in Paris, you will surely get some exciting new life goals and will be inspired to create new ones.

Scot Hacker, the founder of Bucketlist, created Bucketlist.org after thinking about his own personal bucketlist and wanting to make it more social. Scot has ziplined through the jungle, went diving with giant sea turtles, milked a cow, snorkled in the Great Barrier Reef, and pooped in woods among other great adventures. Scot plans to visit Machu Pichu, zorb in New Zealand, fly in a glider, and shower in a waterfall before he dies. You can view Scot’s complete list here to get some great ideas for your own bucketlist!

Scot’s vision is to have users share amazing stories, pictures, and videos of life’s best adventures. So get onto Bucketlist and start sharing! I highly recommend doing at least one new thing every weekend. That’s how I plan to accomplish most of my bucketlist.

What do you want to do before you die?

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