Backed by Peter Thiel and other notable angel investors, Silicon Valley startup Everest is trying to help people ‘unlock their potential’ and fulfill their dreams with an iPhone app that enables them to break down their personal goals into an unlimited amount of smaller steps.

The app also lets people share photos and written content publicly or with their friends on social networks, features that are supposed to help others find, encourage and inspire the people who share their dreams.

Launched at Hy! Berlin, the startup launched its application in the UK and Ireland, and we caught up with Everest co-founder and CEO Francis Pedraza to learn more about the app and the company.

Due to circumstances, I had to break down the video into two parts and upload them to YouTube separately. Please forgive me.

Download Everest for iPhone

Image credit: Thinkstock

Also read:

Obvious-backed habit-forming app Lift gets a clever programmatic push notification and Reminders system

Mentor launches an “anti to-do list” app for iOS, pitting itself against US rivals Lift and Everest

Disclosure: This article contains an affiliate link. While we only ever write about products we think deserve to be on the pages of our site, The Next Web may earn a small commission if you click through and buy the product in question. For more information, please see our Terms of Service.