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Real Talk

BS-free career advice straight from the source

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Robleh Jama
@robjama · Product @Shopify prev.@Tiny Hearts acq'd
Really excited to share this new career app we've been working on at Tiny Hearts in collaboration with The Learning Partnership (a non-profit). Most sources of career info are riddled with myths and outdated advice. We're looking to change that with the Real Talk app by crowdsourcing BS free advice for students. The Real Talk app brings together the best a… See more

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Robleh Jama
@robjama · Product @Shopify prev.@Tiny Hearts acq'd
Really excited to share this new career app we've been working on at Tiny Hearts in collaboration with The Learning Partnership (a non-profit). Most sources of career info are riddled with myths and outdated advice. We're looking to change that with the Real Talk app by crowdsourcing BS free advice for students. The Real Talk app brings together the best a… See more
Nick Mango
@alternate1985 · Co-Founder Limited Run
School and career choices, is something I struggled with a lot with when I was growing up. I sucked at being a good student. I hated my teachers. I hated my parents. And I hated being forced to learn, what people thought I should learn. Because of that, I completely shutdown. I didn’t do my homework. I handed in tests, completely blank. I once spent an entir… See more
David Carpe
@passingnotes · Thinker & Layabout
I love it - finally, some digging into the mechanics of how people get into their roles...what would be cool is if interviewees could also do a simple scoring of how much of the outcome was attributable to luck, smarts, hard work, or other basics like that...sometimes people are simply well connected, or lucky, and beat out the smart or hard working, or the … See more
Mark Justin Harvey
@markjharvey · product designer @QuickTapSurvey
Fantastic Robleh! I am curious about the reasoning behind going with a native app vs. a web app
Sarthak Grover
@sarthakgrover · All things Consumer
What a wonderful idea. I've had the opportunity to mentor a few folks and was alarmed at the gap between what they read/learn online and in their schools vs the ground reality of the career they are interested in and this would definitely be a refreshing way to get real perspectives for them.