Dayo Adeosun – Co-Founder of Glass Protocol

Dayo Adeosun

Dayo Adeosun is a serial entrepreneur and Co-Founder of Glass Protocol. Glass is the first video NFT platform. As a decentralized transparent video monetization platform creating income for 1 billion video creators, Glass helps them make videos and receive cryptocurrency as payment. Dayo is also the Co-Founder of Spott, a platform that helps Gen-Z find …

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Garry Haywood – Founder of Kinicho

Garry Haywood Kinicho

Garry Haywood is an entrepreneur and the CEO and Co-Founder of Kinicho. Kinicho is using its revolutionary approach to build standard-setting high-performance spatial audio solutions to ensure its end-users have the most realistic spatial audio experience. The spatial audio industry has picked up a ton of steam over the past few years. With the rise …

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Meg Clarke – Founder of Clapping Dog Media

Meg Clarke

Meg Clarke is the founder of Clapping Dog Media and an expert on Search Engine Optimization (SEO). Clapping Dog Media is an SEO agency that helps creative entrepreneurs get found by Google. With a vast expertise in design, Meg initially started her business by helping others create beautiful websites. But there was something crucial missing: visibility. She realized that no matter how beautiful the websites she created were, it wouldn’t matter if no one could see them. This revelation is what caused her to learn SEO and the rest, as they say, is history.

Meg sits down with The Success Bug to talk about her journey of finding herself while staying at home with her children. A worker at heart, she knew she needed to find a way to create work for herself while being home. Jay asks Meg about what she sees as advantages to being a woman in her space. Meg also speaks to the incredible importance of surrounding yourself with an all-star supporting cast. Please enjoy Meg Clarke!

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Eli Sones – Two Friends Music

Eli Sones

Eli Sones is an American DJ and producer. He is also the Co-Founder of “Two Friends,” a duo made up of Eli and his childhood best friend, Matthew Halper. The Los Angeles-based duo gained popularity for their remixes, original discography, and hour-long “Big Bootie” mixes.

Eli joins Jay on The Success Bug to talk about how “Two Friends” came to be. From playing video games in their basement as children to attending two of the most prestigious universities in the world, Eli and Matt took the road less traveled. By fully committing to being DJs out of college, Two Friends realized the level of dedication necessary for their success.

Eli talks about the lightning in a bottle Two Friends caught in their hour-long “Big Bootie” mixes, how he learned the fundamentals of DJing, and much more. Please enjoy Eli Sones!

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Jon Birger – Author of Date-O-Nomics

Jon Birger

Jon Birger is an American freelance writer, speaker, and author of Date-Onomics: How Dating Became a Lopsided Numbers Game. A business journalist, Birger is a former senior writer at Fortune and Money magazines and continues to contribute to Fortune. He has contributed to Barron’sBloomberg BusinessWeekNew YorkTime, and The Washington Post.

Jon joins Jay on The Success Bug and the two talk about his journey into the world of journalism. We learn about why Jon doesn’t recommend journalism as a college major and his biggest tips for anyone looking to join the industry. Jon also talks about the details of his latest book, “Make Your Move: The New Science Behind Dating and Why Women are in Charge.” The book is an unofficial sequel to his inaugural book, “Date-o-nomics: How Dating Became a Lopsided Numbers Game.”

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Jon’s books are centered around the science behind dating success for women in the 21st century and how to maneuver with this in mind. You’ll learn all about how he became interested in the idea and how he compiled his information to present in his books. Not only that, but Jon doles out his alternative recommendations for journalistic career paths.

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