Infamous stories from anonymous employees. 

Fail Disclosure is a podcast where anonymous callers share infamous, embarrassing and flat out wild work stories. Get the show for free on Apple Podcast, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. Hosted by Paul Jarrett & Clint! Runge.

New episodes air every other Monday.



Hosted by Paul Jarrett & Clint! Runge, Fail Disclosure is the podcast where callers share part-time problems and full-time fuck-ups. From major war-stories in the workplace to minor break-room blunders and everything in between. Oh, and did we mention it's all completely anonymous? Yep. So ignore those NDAs and air-out your dirty business-casual laundry.


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Paul Jarrett is a Subscription Box Champion, Midwest entrepreneur, and Co-Founder and CEO of Bulu. After a decade working on ad campaigns for Lowe's and Nike, Paul joined Complete Nutrition and got a taste of startup life. In 2012, Paul co-founded and launched Bulu Box with his wife, Stephanie Jarrett. Bulu Box was the 6th Subscription Box on the market and has since evolved into Bulu - a company that created private label Subscription Boxes for big brands like Disney, Scotts MiracleGro and Clorox. On, Paul shares the unfiltered truth about his entrepreneurial experiences, leadership, self-awareness and Subscription Box best practices.


Clint! Runge is Co-founder and Managing Director of Archrival, a youth culture agency that reinvents how brands win the hearts and minds of young adults. Clint! and team light the fires for clients such as Red Bull, Adidas, Hollister and Spotify by going against the grain of traditional marketing to build brand love, loyalty and sales with teens to twenty-somethings. While he’s the kind of guy who likes Diet Mountain Dew and card tricks, his saving grace is that he does great creative. He’s won as many awards as he’s had all-nighters, leading Archrival to an Ad Age Agency of the Year and Inc 1000 company. Most frightening of all, Runge taught creative strategy at the University of Nebraska for 15 years.



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