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Startup Lets You Shadow Any Professional For A Day

Lifetramp wants people to get out of their comfort zone and take on a new lifestyle for 24 hours.

Serena Chu
Serena Chu on February 27, 2014.

To really make real the saying “to walk a mile in someone else’s shoes,” the minds behind Lifetramp created a digital platform where curious individuals can come across new experiences and skills. People can use this site to book a meeting with a mentor, and get an in-personal feel of what it’s like to be an artisan of another trade.

With the potential to become the “Airbnb for sharing lifestyles,” Lifetramp has been building an ever-expanding portfolio of individuals willing to share their stories and what they love to do. The community is not only about meeting new people, but also about getting to know yourself on a deeper level, experimenting with hobbies that could quite possibly blossom into a dream job or lifestyle.

New visitors can sign-up with their Facebook or Twitter account, and networking is as easy as sending a message online.

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