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July 24, 2023

Cracking the Job Market Code: How CoverQuick's AI Lands Dream Jobs Faster

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Join us on this exciting episode of Startup Talk as we delve into the world of innovative job applications with the co-founders of CoverQuick, Divine and Tosin. Discover how two ambitious entrepreneurs transitioned from a sock-selling venture to revolutionizing job hunting through the power of AI. With personal insights, engaging anecdotes, and a passion for solving real-world problems, Divine and Tosin share the journey of CoverQuick’s development, its AI-powered approach to crafting tailored resumes and cover letters, and the inspiring success stories of job seekers who landed their dream roles using this cutting-edge platform. Get ready to unlock the secrets to standing out in a competitive job market and learn about the future plans and partnerships that make CoverQuick a game-changer in the world of job applications.

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SPEAKERS

CoverQuick, Craig Major

Craig Major 

Welcome back to startup talk. I’m your host, startup coach, founder of Toronto starts one of the largest startup communities in Canada. And with me today are the co founders of CoverQuick welcome, Divine. And Tosin.

CoverQuick 

Thank you very much.

Craig Major 

Can you tell us a bit about your backgrounds and how you got into the world of startups?

CoverQuick 

Yeah, I think I’m currently a bio grad from the roots Alberta in Edmonton. And I kind of got the startup world kind of accidentally, I kind of went to a startup events in my city and gone to the entrepreneurs, they’re talking about different coaches there. And it’s a really cool world, like being able to start your own business and being able to do something that you’re passionate about solve a problem that you’re really passionate about something that I felt really, really drawn to stuff. And how I ventured into the world, I started a business that kind of didn’t really go anywhere. But it was a great experience. It was kind of close as for students to find jobs and the job board, but it wasn’t really the greatest solution to the problem that we’re trying to solve. I started with it now, cover quick and we’re still tackling similar problems, but we’re trying to think of a better solution. Yeah. And now my, my approach is a bit different. So I actually in my second year of university, I went and started a stock business where I thought, I’m going to sell socks to different people with different designs. And I thought that would be a really, really interesting business to start. And I thought that yeah, that can make a lot of money. And then ultimately, I bought a bunch of designs and got a few samples, but I never actually launched it. And then I worked on that for like three to four months and never really got anywhere with it, and then decided to shut it down at the end. But through that experience, I really learned how much I loved. Like all the different aspects of business, I loved everything that went into building a business and I was like, Alright, I want to get involved in more than a tech on the tech scene. Because socks is a commodity product I didn’t really find that was gonna really go anywhere. So I that’s when I pestered learn to code and actually switched my whole degree major from business to computer science. And then from there, I really just got involved with more startup tech, more entrepreneurship things. And then yeah, did a bunch of things to get to where we are today with cover quick, what inspired you from your different backgrounds, and your need to solve this problem of university students looking for jobs, to get to an AI powered application program that we’re going to talk about in a minute called cover quick, it’s caught, again, with the packs that we after building up in the house and find jobs, otherwise, it was my solution. So we kind of shut down operations. And we’re like, that will kind of be probably either find a better solution. But right now, I suppose something students, you know, enjoy our last longer for diversity than last year. But this summer, Tosin was playing around with open API’s API for that post type activity right now. And he was able to build curvularia model that generates cover letters. And then I was like, oh, it’s actually pretty cool. Like, the results pretty decent. Let’s see. Let’s see, people would want to use this some kind of blocked it on Reddit, on a on a Reddit dot a subreddit. And from there, we were up to like, 1000 people who like wanted to try it out. And like, yeah, that sounds really cool. Sounds like far away, I would really love to do a cover letter suck. And then we’re like, okay, but what if we had to pivot it to this like this would be pretty interesting. Like it would kind of solve some problem that we’re solving. But now for everyone, not just students, for immigrants, rare jobs for job changers, or people are just literally everywhere. So that’s kind of how we ventured into Quicken. We’ve been there ever since and making our product better, we now have a resume component that deals with resumes the job we try to apply to. So you get a more comprehensive experience. And you get to get to get you got to get your dream job somewhat faster.

Craig Major 

Can you walk us through the process of how cover quick works, and how it creates tailored resumes and cover letters for job seekers.

CoverQuick 

So how it works is that you simply just need to take your current resume in whatever state it’s in. And then you’d simply just upload that resume, when you extract all the different details that are go into your resume. So all the headers or all the experience projects that you have, and then we would take that and then we provide you I guess like a form that you can edit to make sure all the content is correct from that form, then you can use that to the to go and create cover letter using a job description that you think is relevant or to then optimize resume your resume using certain keywords or to tailor your resume using different different items from the job description as well. And then from all of that you can make sure your resume is your a lot more competent and you feel like you are more prepared when you’re applying for jobs.

Craig Major 

Let’s face it standing out when you’re applying for a job is the all the difference in the world. You could be one of 1000 or 10,000 applicants.

CoverQuick 

Yeah, for sure.

Craig Major 

How does cover quicks AI technology ensure that job back applicants stand out from the competition?

CoverQuick 

Yeah, like Tosin mentioned on the job. So what we really focus on is ensuring that the keywords are highlighted in your resume. Because usually right now, when you apply to a job that you like, any of the big tech jobs, your screen Donita software, so that software, but the main thing that looks for keywords within your resume passing through is to see my hiring manager. So if you don’t have those keywords, or your resume definitely fit them what they’re looking for. And it gets to be no without even without even getting to the next stage. So what no matter how good your resume is, or how, alright, as the details could have been your experience could have been for the job, just not seen. So what we’ve done is really ensure those keywords are really highlighted on your resume, and ensure that you have learned sounds as as close to your resume, and doctors and hospitals use that when they use you know, you know, talking about you know, you’ve read the job description, it just makes you so much more so much more standout. Because you have what the jobs news, and you share any success stories of job seekers who have used cover quick and landed their dream job. Yeah, I’m sure I promised to one comes up comes on top, my head is this one woman talk to from Chicago, I believe she was switching careers he was the writer, we’re not going to get into tech, which is not unusual, I’m happy to get back in the tech world. But she went through went through boot camp. But now it’s temporary to find a job and to sit for the last three months, looking for jobs trying to find anyone that hire but a lot of people did not notice that. It’s one of her background wasn’t any type based anything in general. But she was very confident her skills, if you knew that I saw if you didn’t get to the interview stage, if you’re able to get in front of someone or get in front of a coding challenge. Those of you doing so one tends to fall back from a Reddit post we posted. And she tried it out. And within weeks, she didn’t land that job interviews. And she I think, yeah, he got he it got to like one of the one of the callbacks, one of the interviews actually went from there. And it was, it was kind of really, it kind of really just shows like what you’re doing really makes it from the road because you’re able to impact lives more. And yeah, another man from Kenya that were all over the world. He was applying for jobs in Europe because he wanted to apply as an international, like, I’ve been trapped by a chain work program. And he was applying to jobs from India, but literally going his way. Because applying from the country, it’s kind of hard to, to kind of show that you have skills in that country. But recover quick because it tailors the job to the job description was able to land accomplishment within a month of love look for a job, it’s unheard of, for people applying from different countries. So it just really shows that we’re on the right path by a difference. People really need to find jobs.

Craig Major 

So how does cover click differentiate from other job application services and tools on the market.

CoverQuick 

One thing that we’re really wanting to go for is with AI technology, the problem can be regurgitation of like robots that are like didn’t sound like the artists room. And that doesn’t even make sense. So what we really wanted to focus on on the side as possible. So a lot of the job to on rather than our job was to find out that they either have the formatting of a resume or help you with Yeah, the Formatted Resume scoring how good resume sounds to judge looking for what we want what we want to focus on the content that makes sense personable to the person as possible. So that’s kind of how we like to differentiate ourselves. Make sure that like, there was a sound up because it’s, it’s there’s no different letter on the resume, not verbiage or not a template to use it. But basically just basically

Craig Major 

what challenges did you face while building and launching cover quick?

CoverQuick 

There was there was a number of challenges we faced, when we were building cover quick for one it was when we first launched the product, we found that a like there were a lot of bugs, there were so many different issues that people found with it. And they really, really went into depth on like, Okay, here’s how you can improve it in this way and that way. And then it was just finding the time to with what we were still in school at the time, find the time to make sure that we addressed these bugs and really build a product as well. And then additionally, it was just that sometimes there was honestly a lack of a lack of motivation or lack of us really being that passionate about the problem in general since we found that we we’ve experienced the issue for sure. But we found that at times it was just hard to stay motivated, hard to stay focused. So it was just nice to have another person to talk to that could understand that frustration. And he was able to for us to use that for us to go ahead and keep building. Give up on that product in general. And then yeah, just trying to push out features is really Are we really challenging, especially when you’re a team of two? And there’s not really a lot of work that can be done between two people, especially, we’re not even doing a full time compared to other businesses and just seeing all the different releases of the AI tools that keep coming out. And you’re like, why am I behind the curve? Why haven’t we wanted? Why have we done this, and you just feel so stressed and demoralized since you’re not getting it out there. So that was honestly the biggest challenge. But I feel like we’re, we’re getting better at that. And now that we have a lot more time since we actually graduated, it’s a lot easier to do. But it’s just, it’s just been a struggle, this just the two of us. So

Craig Major 

can you talk about your monetization strategy for cover quick and how you plan to scale the business?

CoverQuick 

Yeah, we have a few things. One of the ones that we have, right now they’re building out premium features for users. So you just want a little bit more hope of God searching space, or they want to find the job based on their interest or whether you want to edit the resume even more. Yeah, we have we are productive features and a certain $50 a month to get those features, features. We also have the corporate enterprise side of our business where we sell to different boot camps or schools around Canada or the US they pay careful license to be able to access products that give their students a chance to the workforce able to get jobs and get those resumes done professionally.

Craig Major 

What advice would you give job seekers who are struggling to find employment in the current job market?

CoverQuick 

What did I say and this is probably myself and talking to a number of number of our users and customers is to not give up like something like common theme has been lucky enough to realize, before coming to the job searching process, like getting rejection is not fun. We don’t like to be rejected. And we for applying to jobs. As an immigrant or first time job, or the new grad or first time job seeker, you get a lot of rejections. So stay motivated and stay on course, don’t feel like you have what it takes. It’s just about finding the right or the right birthing stance on you. If all you need and that stay motivated and stay on my feet on course, you will find that

Craig Major 

I can see all sorts of possibilities with this. All sorts of partnerships, integration, bio possibilities, LinkedIn, indeed, every other job platform out there. What’s next for cover quick in terms of features, partnerships and expansions.

CoverQuick 

On horizon, one thing that we’re launching for as far as we just, yeah, so one, one thing that we really got from our users getting ready to uncover a really great job searching market. But then what if you don’t know exactly what you’re going to buy for. So that’s what we want introduce entities like an AI, job potential that matches your interests, your experiences, your extent, your interests and experiences, to a job that that that that I’ve done a market with. So with AI be able to get a lot better, sort of out validation, to blame to find those jobs and apply those jobs. And that’s something we’re working on right now. And we’re getting great feedback from people in testing on that, when to the project and stuff. We really want to partner with a lot of coding bootcamp University out there, we feel like what we have to offer can help a lot seems like ourselves, a lot of people who are new to tech world, or people who are new into job market, we can really help them find land, their dream role or the first role. So yeah, that’s something we’re really working on something that we’ve gotten a lot of feedback on with a lot of HR companies really following what we’re doing very useful and very website clinics, in terms of being able to hire directly from our from a site like, because we have 1000s of resumes on our site. So that is a partnership that we’re also looking to make once expand to but we need a few I guess a few more conversations with department HR individuals would find those, those partnerships and those expenses were building out and are trying to Yeah, try and go as fast as possible.

Craig Major 

How do you gather user feedback and incorporate it into the development and improve cover quick both from end users, applicants, HR agencies and the people hiring.

CoverQuick 

So in terms of the end users what we actually do, sometimes, so you have a Discord server, we’re actually a lot of users will just come in and they’ll just like know, they’ll just say an issue and be like, ah, there’s a problem with this, I can’t use that little blah, blah, blah, we’ll take that feedback into consideration. We’ll try to fix that as immediately as possible. And then additionally, some users will email us directly with Hey, this didn’t work. I can’t do this, or I wish there was a feature that did this. So we’ll do that as well. But one of the best strategies that we found is for our users that use cover quick the most. We reach out to them individually and then we book meetings with them for 15 to 20 minutes to kind of talk about their experience with cover quick and then to learn about, I guess, different ways that the product can improve Whoo, what they find like about the product, what they dislike, and all in all, we take that into consideration as well, and use that to integrate into the product as we go forward as we’re building up these new features. So we know exactly like, what are the bugs that we’re facing? What are the issues that people are having with the product? Where are there ways that we can improve it in this way or that way. And then additionally, new features that we want to add, since we think that a lot of people would find a lot of value in that. And then in terms of HR professionals, what we do is that we have a network, we have a network of people that we are directly in contact with. And then we have our data as well. So we we can’t tell him not really directly what’s in the data, but the information I requested or the insights that we found. And then with them, we share that and they talk a bit they tell us what they like about that, or different insights or different things that they’ve seen the market going, we talked about what we find with our data, and what the trends that we found. And we take that feedback into consideration to really focus our marketing efforts on where should we focus and hone in cover click on not only just with our data, but also with the incorporation of HR or other other agencies data as well. So it’s kind of like a two factor loop for that. And then additionally, we really try to keep end users at the really at the forefront of building cover, click,

Craig Major 

let’s face it, applying for jobs is extremely stressful. And maybe you’re in a technical role, maybe the language you’re applying is not your first language. So the need for something like this is obvious. But how do you balance the need for automation with the importance of personalize when it comes to job applications.

CoverQuick 

So we do it in two factors. So we want to make sure that our users have as much personalization as possible to bring out them in their resumes and cover letters. Because at the end of the day, that’s all that really matters. Because if the cover letter resume is lying about your experience or abilities, once you get to the interview isn’t gonna matter if you don’t have a certain skill, it doesn’t matter if you if your resume says you do, unless you’re an amazing liar. And you can come up with things on the spot. So we want to make sure that our information is as accurate as possible. And that’s through asking a lot of users or users for a lot of data initially when we create the resumes and cover letters, and then use that to just tune their information to make it sound better and more appropriate to what they already have. And then additionally, of course, there’s the automation component. Since you’re creating a lot of resumes, you’re creating a lot of cover letters, we want to make sure as easy as possible, as easy as possible. So that you’re not really worried about, oh, this took me 10 minutes for one resume or cover letter. This took me 20 minutes, it’s just banging out 111. And you want to make sure that every single resume and cover letter is personalized exactly to the job description. Everyone I talked to says the job application the hiring process is broken definetly.

Craig Major 

How do you see the job application process evolving in the future. And how does cover quick fit into that vision,

CoverQuick 

we were talking about how it is a very broken system as someone who’s petrified of a job, not the most fun system to deal with. But I feel like in the future, it’s going to be a lot more employee. Because right now in the hiring world, it’s of great importance. Because we have final say employers have the final decision on who they want to hire, for guidance on whether any implicit biases we may have or any, any biases, they may have a general onboarding or they want to hire. So I see the future become a lot more employees that are potential Coinbase where employees have more of the same, what do they want to work with want to work with, and a lot more about their job. And now with the most working two people can work from anywhere. So you can be in Toronto or Edmonton or Canada and you were in Canada now have a job in Asia. And that could be perfectly fine, which could not be the case, let’s see intent. And our 510 years ago. So yeah, it’s gonna be it’s gonna give a lot of importance, a lot of employees more choices, or they want to work and not be limited to a job that may not benefit them or even their employee may or may not be mutual benefit, but it’s worth it because it’s kind of hard to get. So give them a lot more choice. And now something that’s also something I’ve thought about recently was a lot more video type jobs. Right now, it’s a lot more paper based or I guess, intentional, but like a lot of resume resume color base when you apply to a job, but I feel like in the next 1520 years, it might be a lot more video based a lot more, a lot less paper and paper trying to try to write out what you think employer would want people to want to see but be able to get pretty true before I get interviewed, which I think would be really great for a lot of people who do have the skills because I’ll have the guest writing skills for the resume writing skills here to apply those jobs. And for whatever quick fits in. We fit it as be as because our ultimate goal is to be the authoring tool. Right now we have resumes cover letters, and those are amazing for the time being but like I mentioned, I feel like older than maybe go out and go out and date. So but being able to have yeah, like I mentioned like a video component of hiring, be able to help people find their dream jobs be able to help people decide if what Job is great for them rather than wait for them based on the culture that of the of that job, the shape, the nature of what can be done there, I guess the turnover rate of that company or that of that industry. So that’s what we really want to fit in might be able to be the ultimate choice for jobseekers whenever they want to apply to a job.

Craig Major 

Do you have any lessons learned, you can share.

CoverQuick 

A lot. Yeah. One thing that I feel like we really struggled with. And I guess the start was not really being user focused, or be like, like, we talk to each other, outside, you know, outside, like to iterate from our own thoughts and realize that we built something that we would love, but no one knows. So being able to talk to the end users, and how much inside the app is like, we’re supposed to be entrepreneurs, but they were really the ones really building our business for us. Because they’ll tell us like, one day, we’ll have this idea. And another day, they will tell us Yeah, like, I don’t really find it useful to talk primers. And they all have the same feedback that okay, let’s really scrap wherever you belts, and let’s, let’s focus on another vertical. So yeah, be able to talk to you there is something that is very, very, very important. And not being too is not taking advice from anyone. But I feel like and we deal with the results when people tell you, you should go into this work, or you should strive that. And we thought about this, and we thought about that, like, I think last week, we had someone tell us, you should, you should go very you should focus on customer service and products. And then someone told us consumer is probably the pillar department, you should go all been going straight enterprises. And that was and that was like within an hour span, like two conflicting different opinions. But we have been in business where last year last year and a half, we’ve talked to a number of people, which also we’re up to three in the trends or two. And we feel like we know what is best for our business. And while we appreciate those two limited opinions, we yeah, we know what to do. And we’re going to stick with our guns, identity. And whether it lives or dies depends on us.

Craig Major 

That’s great advice. Every mentor you talk to will tell you something different and give you a difference. For sure. You’ve got to focus on what one that makes the most sense for you. Because yeah, I see a b2c, I see a b2b, I see all different strategies. But you know, the product, you know, your customer, and I really love the fact that you mentioned early on, you know, you get through this out there on Reddit right away and got 1000s of responses then opened up a discord. So you’re, you know, you’re one, you’re validating that there’s a need for this, immediately people are responding by the 1000s. And that they’re giving you the feedback because they’re actively doing the work and working on this. So you can get feedback, like almost no other startup can because you know, people are using it every day, too. And it means a lot to them.

CoverQuick 

Yeah, for sure.

Craig Major 

You’re currently in the next AI program, can you talk about your experience?

CoverQuick 

I think before, last month, and we’ve made some really genuine friends in the program. So being able to this network has been probably my greatest experience of this program. To that end, I definitely agree a lot with divine like, it’s just another opportunity something Yeah, amazing. Like just meeting so many wonderful people. It’s just been really, really awesome to just grow our business so much so fast based on the experience and all the different support they provided and all the different resources and everything just in one short period of time. And it’s only been three months since the program started. So we have a lot more learning to do and a lot more experienced the game and we’re just happy to continue with the program and see where it goes.

Craig Major 

There’s a lot of fear around AI and the current pause to stop. Yeah, for six months. It’s not doing anything.  In your opinion, what’s the issue? Is AI going to kill us all?

CoverQuick 

Honestly, I don’t know. It’s an interesting it’s an interesting point because AI it’s advancing at a rate that is so spectacularly terrifying, that you don’t really know what the next model is going to be capable of  all the current models that are out there right now the current things that AI is able to do is already to the point that people are having their mind blown. Like it’s something that 1015 years ago would have been unimaginable would have been impossible to do. And it’s being done at the speed of like, last week, it wasn’t possible in this week, it is possible. So it’s like in a year, two years, who knows where we’ll be at with the current state of the technology where we’re that the world is building. So it’s really interesting to see the entire world kind of collectively agree that AI is something that AI will obviously be a big part of our lives in terms of something as big as the internet as an example. And just collected, we try to, I guess get involved in terms of building products, companies are trying to integrate AI into their software. There’s government’s talking about AI, there’s news articles every single day, Chad DBQ this challenging to that, so it’s just gonna be it’s gonna be exciting, but I’m a bit like, intrigued about how, how it’s going to pan out in, let’s say, two to three years, with the state that it’s evolving. So yeah, and on that on that aspect. is terrible terrifyingly fast like with, for example, with like GBT 3g Before, it was like a four month around, like, wow, and the final one, the fourth one was able to do so much more so much faster than for them to do. So it’s kind of like it’s insanely terrifying. But I kind of see like posts that makes it like the advantage of internet like with internet we never thought it’d be possible to be able to I guess look up fight for articles in seconds like without having to go to library and look through the the AI it’s It blows my mind sophomore right now with the different possibilities. So I’m first excited for it. Like I feel like that. With every great thing though. Something something bad with that I mentioned I had the advantage of scammers and internet scammers and a lot more of those. Yeah, those those really bad that bad eggs, I guess. But what they I do also have a lot of that too, like a lot of scams going on around to Ronnie I but I think there for sure we need to do some regulation students be able to protect us people from technology, but with the different types we that that AI offers. It’s really exciting. And I’m really excited to see what it’s gonna do. And will it kill us all? I hope not. But you can’t We can’t say for sure.

Craig Major 

I’m talking to all these AI founders. I’m learning about all these fantastic new AI tools. And AI happens to be a great tool for humans right now. At what point do humans become a good tool for AI?

CoverQuick 

That is, that’s really interesting. I think, hopefully, AI does not advance to the point because the companies are looking to create the AGI artificial general intelligence in the near future. So once I guess they get to that point where AI is like, as smart as humans, or if not smarter, it’s gonna be interesting to see like, is it going to be conscious? Is it going to be able to act and think like a human does? Does it technically have emotions? And then at that point, where do we go from there? Like, is it a regulation around how to how to interact with ai, ai models and stuff like that? Like, is that legal? Is that appropriate? If they’re technically conscious, in a sense, so it’ll be interesting to see what I guess what happens with that? I guess? Yeah, I don’t know. I’m not familiar I guess you are doctors with that with different types of one thing that really making sense or CRISPR CRISPR gene editing tool at the end of the human genome and when that came out to you like besides what what the buzzer was like, you can now take our trades fair to you can give some a different viewpoint we really wanted to and the buzzer on that was like now you have it’s called you doing this charcoal maker designer, designer, kids are just started designing our own ourselves, basically. But I think one thing I learned from that rats was generally humans are we’re not all terrible people. We like we all we all want one table to protect each other at the end, like no one wants that. No one wants the extinction of our species. No one wants to. Yeah, no one wants to create something that’s going to wipe us all out. So what people band together i i feel like it could be really hard for ATI or AI table over or be basically be a human. But yes, you never know if I can say this now. And like a year. I mean, my word. So

Craig Major 

as an AI startup, how do you maintain a culture of innovation and learning within your team?

CoverQuick 

Yeah, so since our team is I guess literally just the two of us right now. It’s just about like communicating with each other. Right? It’s community here each other about different ideas. You want to pursue different things we want to try out and then of course, taking in new user feedback. as well as really, really, really, really important for that. And then just making sure that whenever we have an idea or a problem, we write it down, we talk about it, we discuss it. And then if it’s something we think is valuable, of course, after getting feedback, we then go, build it out, get some, get some feedback, get some testing from that, and then go from there, we find that it’s really easy to innovate and really easy to I guess, know what to do next, when you have that in place, when you are communicating exactly what needs to be built, and you’re structuring everything out really, really well. So it’s just making sure that that line is there and that you’re not in the dark about everything, and you’re not just kind of willy nilly all over the place is really, really important for making sure that we innovate, we know what we want to do next, and we know where we’re heading.

Craig Major 

One of the models I like to instill in startups in our community is always be testing.

CoverQuick 

definitely agree.

Craig Major 

Can you share any advice for aspiring entrepreneurs who are considering starting their own

CoverQuick 

one Great, I know it’s, it’s not found its starts, like, I can’t amount of people I’ve met. I’d love to do anything right now. Or like I would like, yeah, like, I’m just waiting for the top trampoline. But it definitely feels really amazing, Mike, why not now, like, exactly. Like, you are gonna think about it. Now. You don’t know what possibly people have walked. And like, I don’t mean, there’s been no better way in my life. And I’m relatively young, I’m 21. So And even if you do something in the center for failure, does not exist. Just learning. Like you’re just you’re just you if a company doesn’t work out and just learn how not to do that again. And then on your next different internet venture, you know, at least I’d like to try this aspect. Alright, maybe I shouldn’t try this on that track. Because I drove it didn’t go well, this time around. So yeah, starting and you will surprise yourself. Yeah, to add on to that, yeah. What are you just like you want to fail as literally as fast as possible. Because the faster you fail it literally the more you learn. And it’s not even like even if you decide to start a business and it doesn’t work out and you fail horribly, everything blows up, you lose your mom’s $100,000 loan, and whatever happens, the experience that you’re going to take from that to maybe another startup, or maybe just a job in general is going to be so much more than anything you can get in a university degree or for working at a job. So it’s just about you learn at a speed that is almost incomprehensible. It’s just it’s not really even possible to learn that quickly without building a startup.

Craig Major 

Great advice. Stop being a one a printer and start being an entrepreneur

CoverQuick 

Exactly, sums it up in sentence.

Craig Major 

Where can our listeners go to learn more about cover quick and try it your service for themselves?

CoverQuick 

Yeah, they can just go to coverquick.co.co And yep, or Google cover quick, and you’ll see our service come up, you can try it out. And yeah, hopefully enjoy. And hopefully you can use it to help you find your next job or anything along those lines, and hopefully provide feedback. That’s something we really like the more people try it the more chance to to get feedback on the parts and yeah, it makes us get better at not trying to get better as yet, get our part of the greater arts.

Craig Major 

This has been a great conversation. I really appreciate it Divine and Tosin. Both of you taking your time out of your busy day to be part of the startup talk podcast .

CoverQuick 

Thank you so much, we had a great  time to time you want to talk to us we are always free. Yeah. Thank you

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