The Art of the Fail

An unfiltered podcast focused on failure

5.0/5
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A long-form podcast hosted by Kristian Borghesan and Chris Buttenham. We have un-edited conversations with entrepreneurs, innovators and anyone interesting that will sit down with us. The conversations are real, raw and unfiltered while addressing their f*ck ups, hardships and failures.

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Co-founder, Aiva Labs

No one really talks about their failures online. As entrepreneurs, we hear many success stories but never know about the struggle and mistakes that accompany it.

One would think talking about failure would be awkward...nope! The hosts are absolutely charming and ensure the guests are comfortable sharing their stories.

I'm excited for more episodes and seasons Chris and Kristian :)

Pros:

Very real & raw! Hosts are super cool and have interviewed influential entrepreneurs. The conversations are deep and thought provoking.

Cons:

None - give it a listen! It's unlike any other podcast.

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Founder of Obie (acquired by Lessonly)
Thanks so much for the feedback, @saroshaimtiaz ! 🙏
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FinTech, etc.

I subscribe to about 8 or 10 podcasts, but this is one of the few that I always make time to listen to. Chris and Kristian are more than just a couple of stud-muffins that are easy on the eyes (for all you single ladies and gents out there - another reason to make time for the YouTube version of the show), they're like two old business souls using this podcast as a vessel for delivering the wisdom they've collected on their journey though the ups and downs of entrepreneurship. These guys share the far less glamorous parts of being an entrepreneur, but remind us of all the reasons why so many of us just have to give it a try.

Pros:

Guests have diverse business backgrounds and the guys ask intelligent questions. The format is good and the sound quality has been solid.

Cons:

I'd like to hear some more rapid-fire or word-association type questions to the guests from the hosts.

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Founder of Obie (acquired by Lessonly)
You're the man, @pdanny !
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I would definately reccommend this podcast to aspiring entrepreneurs. Also, even if you are a fellow 9-5er valueable lessons can still be learned. The guys are light and funny at appropriate times tp keep the conversation fun and easy to listen to.

Pros:

Great business talk that keeps it real. I'm really impressed with the chemistry of the hosts.

Cons:

I wish the content was daily, I would consume it all!

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Director of Marketing @ FutureVault 🚀🔥
Thanks for the awesome review and comment, Chris! Glad you're digging the content and episodes we're putting out - Season 3 will be nothing short of that and we can't wait for it to start!

This is a great resource for anybody who's hustling to create something. We all have failures and setbacks... this podcast is a reminder that those who succeed know how to get back up and keep hustling.

Pros:

Always interesting and often funny

Cons:

None really

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Founder of Obie (acquired by Lessonly)
We appreciate the feedback, @michaelwickware ! 💪
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Director of Marketing @ FutureVault 🚀🔥
@michaelwickware thanks for the comment and positive review!! Glad you're enjoying the episodes and finding them funny as well, we try to add a touch a comedy in there ;)
Software Developer, Shopify

a-mazing!

Pros:

Tough to pick a favourite episode!

Cons:

Still thinking…

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Director of Marketing @ FutureVault 🚀🔥
@mariusbutuc appreciate the positive review!! We'll keep bringing out killer content to make it even more difficult to choose a fav episode ;)

My favourite thing to listen to on my way to work.

Pros:

The best conversations you'll hear. So original and innovative.

Cons:

None at all!

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Director of Marketing @ FutureVault 🚀🔥
Thanks for the awesome review, @claudia_dorego and for following along!!

In a world where a lot of people shy away from failures, this topic is an important one to bring to light. This podcast shows how every major success from each guest was made from many of their past failures that created the core of what made them successful.

There's an art to it and in today's world this podcast brings a refreshing take on an old subject.

Pros:

Great hosts & even better content

Cons:

Perhaps audio quality could be better