If you could unlock your full potential in one area of your life, where would it be?

No matter how you answer that question, Atlas accelerates your ability to create extraordinary results in the areas of your life that matter to you the most. Whether your goals are to launch your own business, turn your career around, find a new relationship, or deepen a relationship you already have, we help you get out of your own way so that you can accomplish your goals.

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Our Mission

We launched the Atlas Project in 2017 as a non-profit organization. We believe that when people pursue their passions in life and focus on contributing to others, success and deep fulfillment follow. Our mission is to create a world where people pursue their passions relentlessly, because everyone is capable of creating the life they have envisioned for themselves.

If we all lived lives focused on vision, responsibility, integrity, service and presence, we can create communities that are better for everyone.


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Redesign students have raised more than $300,000 for non-profit organizations. These funds have supported clean water efforts, suicide prevention, ending gun violence, and more.

Results Produced by atlas graduates

During our program, we support our participants in creating the goals that matter to them the most. They choose the goal and we passionately support through world-class coaching, peer-to-peer support, and proven productivity tools that expedite progress and success.

Our graduates have created some phenomenal results, including:

  • Re-igniting their passion for their careers, resulting in promotion and fulfillment.

  • Creating new romantic partnerships based on values and mutual respect.

  • Applying to Business School and other programs of higher education.

  • Paying off thousands of dollars of credit card debt.

  • Deepening and recommitting to relationships on the brink of divorce.

  • Launching new businesses and careers that became self-sustaining.

  • Improving overall health via weight loss and increased activity.

  • Turning pain into purpose by creating new non-profits.