The 'mopusher' is the name of a wearable milestone tracker that was founded by Rouven Thies, an ambitious student and athlete from the town of Bad Camberg in Germany.
He was inspired to create the milestone trackers when he found himself overwhelmed during his studies, trying to complete exams while training for a competitive race at the same time. With this in mind, he sought to design a device that helps to inform its wearer of their increasing success, without using time and technological components.
The milestone trackers are therefore more versatile than their expensive digital competitors, allowing consumers to set any goal they like and use the bands to visualize their road to success. The mopusher works by encouraging its wearer to be more accountable for their actions by allowing them to adhere another decorative reward stone when they reach their personal goals.