The one where Daryl interviews Whitney from Clutch about:Innovating in an industry that is ripe for itLearnings from Sales roles to pivot into marketing roles Building and communicating with senior marketing teamsSign up for the Marketing News Canada e-newsletter at www.marketingnewscanada.com.Thanks to our sponsor Jelly Academy. Jelly Academy has been helping professionals, students and teams across Canada acquire the skills, knowledge and micro certifications they need to jump into a new digital marketing role, get that promotion, and amplify their current marketing roles. Learn more about Jelly Academy's 6 Week online bootcamp here: https://jellyacademy.ca/digital-marketing-6-week-programFollow Marketing News Canada:Twitter - twitter.com/MarketingNewsC2Facebook - facebook.com/MarketingNewsCanadaLinkedIn - linkedin.com/company/marketing-news-canadaYouTube - youtube.com/channel/UCM8sS33Jyj0xwbnBtRqJdNwWebsite - marketingnewscanada.com Follow Daryl Louie: LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/daryllouie/Website - https://antisocialsolutions.com/ Follow Whitney Bell:LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/whitney-bell-953a7114/Website - https://www.clutch.ca/Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Growing Through The Pandemic With Clutch's Whitney Bell
Growing Through The Pandemic
Whitney Bell shares with us growing Clutch through the pandemic,Giving birth during the pandemic to joining Clutch during her maternity leaveHer goal to turn Clutch into an iconic brand while engaging with a diverse customer baseThe impact of her MBA on her career
Episode 6 - Trusting The Process - Feat. Whitney Bell
How Are You Doing, Really?
Today, Sam speaks with his beloved friend Whitney Bell. Join us as we talk about Whitney's experience around COVID-19: Sheltering in place at Esalen | Losing her job and community | Being in survival mode | Developing skills of emotional resilience | Teaching others a self-massage practice | Cultivating presence & awareness | Watching her belief systems shift | Trusting the process | Being with her sister who has cancer | Showing up with others in their full experience | Thank you for sharing your experiences with us, I love you, Whitney!
268 | artist + entrepreneur Whitney Bell on overcoming trauma, spoon theory, creativity, and being present in your body
LET IT OUT
Notes from the Show: -Whitney Bell's website | instagram | twitter -Stories of Women, Whitney's storytelling platform -This Woman Turned Her Collection of Unsolicited Dick Pics into an Art Show via Vice -Spoon Theory -Kidd Bell, Whitney's clothing line that partners with nonprofit organizations -Dolly Parton's memoir, Dolly: My Life and Other Unfinished Business -Anita Hill's memoir, Speaking Truth to Power -Roxane Gay's Hunger -Absinthe show in Las Vegas -Tasha from Emerge Likes & Learns: -Follow the charm! When you're overwhelmed and have too much to do, just follow what feels charming to you in the moment. -Let's Play podcast episode with me and I also love this episode with Josh Radnor -Lean into resting and the uncontrollable nature of life is my learn for the week. All original music composed by Carolyn Pennypacker Riggs Album art by Zoie Harman Cool Things to Check-Out: -Listen to my episode on Get A Helmet podcast! -Read my latest piece for The Fullest "Pivot: Showing Up For Therapy" -Previous podcast guest Clara Artschwager and I are hosting an event July 17th from 7-9pm at The Hoxton in Williamsburg. I will be teaching a yoga class and Clara will talk us through her approach to dating and relationships. Tickets are $15 and you can get them here. -if you're in LA my good friend and previous guest Anjie Cho is teaching two very cool classes, Contemplative Flower Arranging and Kado: The Way of Flowers. Go check them out and tell her I sent you. -My journaling class with Bluprint is now live and I am so excited to share it with you guys! I love Bluprint and their commitment to creative education. They're actually hosting a Blupruint Cruise (!!!) next year that sounds like SO MUCH FUN. Click here to learn more about the cruise. -Sign-up for my newsletter to get updates on where I’ll be and what I’m loving. –Join the listener Facebook Group. -Get my book Let It Out: A Journey Through Journaling If you Liked This Episode Try Out: -Episode 95 with Valerie Chaney -Episode 205 with Tina Essmaker This week’s episode is sponsored by Ned. Ned offers wonderful hemp products made from organic materials in small batches to help with anxiety and insomnia relief, natural pain relief, as an anti-inflammatory, and so much more . I have tried so many CBD products but Ned is one of the best! They extract their oils from hemp flowers using a slow and mindful process, and infuse each batch with binaural beats and happy loving energy. I love that on their dosage instructions on the bottle it reminds me to take 3 deep breaths before using. It’s such a grounding process and I’m so excited to share their wonderful products with Let It Out Listeners. Ned is offering 15% off and FREE SHIPPING with our link and by entering code LETITOUT at checkout This episode was also supported by Care/Of who creates personalized supplement packets for you based on your unique needs and delivers them in daily customized packets. Enter the code “KATIE” at checkout for 25% off your first order
Whitney Bell, creator of kiddbell.com, The Stories of Women, and writer for Teen Vogue, tells us about the latest dude who threw a wrench in her dating life, why narcissists are drawn to her, and she reads some of the worst Hinge dating profiles she's come across.Follow her at @Kidd.Bell and @ShopKiddBell, and follow us at @vsinglepodcast. To hear the rest of the episode and join the Facebook group, support us at patreon.com/vsingle. Get 15% off your first order at GetStix.co with code VSINGLE.Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/v-single/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Episode 134: Unpacking Privilege, with Whitney Bell
Ellevate Podcast: Conversations With Women Changing the Face of Business
Attending an all-girls school, Whitney Bell, writer, activist, and event producer, did not realize the impact of patriarchy on everyday life until later. Using her privilege as a platform, she founded Stories of: Women to amplify the voices of women from diverse backgrounds. On this episode, Whitney talks about the impact of storytelling, the evolution of feminism, and how to unpack our privilege. She discusses how she came up with the idea for Stories of: Women and why it’s important to amplify all women’s voices. We also get some insight on her favorite story so far, and what she is working on next.
26: Filler and Feminism with Activist Whitney Bell
Beauty Bytes with Dr. Kay: Secrets of a Plastic Surgeon™
This week I was so happy to get to meet a fellow feminist and a social activist, Whitney Bell. Whitney is a writer for outlets such as Teen Vogue and has become well known for her work supporting Planned Parenthood. She was having some lower face heaviness which I treated with Radiesse to create more sculpted cheeks. Listen in to hear her commentary on modern feminism and other social issues. Find me on Instagram here. Find Whitney on Instagram here. Check out Whitney's website. Subscribe & rate my podcast on iTunes.
How To Flip The Script on D*ck Pics (Part 1) - Whitney Bell
Inflection Point with Lauren Schiller
Whitney Bell got tired of receiving unwanted sexually explicit photos from men, and decided to do something about it: She gathered 200 of these images and put them on display in an art gallery show entitled "I Didn't Ask For This. A Lifetime of Dick Pics." This is “Part 1” of our convo. Be sure to listen to Part 2 for more about her feminist activism.
How To Flip The Script on D*ck Pics (Part 2) - Whitney Bell
Inflection Point with Lauren Schiller
Part 2 of our conversation…To hear about Whitney Bell’s gallery show “I Didn’t Ask For This: A Lifetime of Dick Pics” please check out “Part 1.” In this episode, we move onto the response Whitney got from an article she wrote about abortion for Teen Vogue; why she posed for Playboy and how she handles the backlash from her feminist activism.
LA-based artist and feminist fashionista Whitney Bell chats about reclaiming 'cunt', combating harassment one dick pic at a time, and how her art's signature spoonful of sugar helps the feminism go down.