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Barbara Turner

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International Women's Day with Barbara Turner, CEO Ohio National Financial Services

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5 Mar 2021

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Barbara Turner Talks WNBA, Playing In Turkey & Winning Two Titles At UConn | Rebel Without Applause

Rebel Without Applause

Barbara Turner talks WNBA, playing in Turkey and winning two back-to-back championships at UConn. After a storied college basketball career, she was drafted 11th overall by the Seattle Storm, where she played until she was waived and then signed with the Houston Comets in 2007. After another stop with the Connecticut Sun, the 2004 Ohio Ms. Basketball took her talents overseas and now plays for Hatay Büyükşehir Belediyespor in Turkey.


3 Sep 2020

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Barbara Turner

One and One Podcast

Barbara Turner is a current professional basketball player in Turkey who has also played in the WNBA, and played collegiately at UConn from 2002-2006.  She talks about growing up in Cleveland, Ohio, being the youngest of six kids, getting her passion for basketball through her grandmother, her great career at East Technical High School, and how important winning a state championship was to the city.  Barbara describes her recruiting process, why she chose UConn, what it was like to play for Coach Geno Auriemma, and winning National Championships as a Freshman and Sophomore.  She discusses winning the Big East Tournament her Junior year, her game-winning shot in the Sweet Sixteen her Senior year, and not being able to play in the overtime loss in the Elite Eight due to cramping. Barbara then talks about her career in the WNBA and her path to a professional basketball career in Turkey, where she continues to have success.


26 Jun 2020

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Ron Spence, Research Scientist & Barbara Turner, Health Coach — Quantum Energy Nutrients via Cloud Technology

FutureTech Podcast

Ron Spence, MBA, noted research scientist, and Barbara Turner, celebrated holistic health coach and author, discuss the amazing quantum energy mobile app that is impacting lives and creating a swirl of excitement due to its incredible potential. Turner discusses her broad background in nutrition and health, including her early writing of e-books that dealt with health issues that her personal family members or friends had experienced. Upon discovering a particular email that gave an overview of an energy biofeedback app, she became intrigued to dig deeper into the nexus of health, and app technology. She outlines the Limbic Arc, touted as one of “the world’s first quantum-energy wellness products managed with the click of an app.” Turner gives an overview of how users subscribe and access the Limbic Arc that gives them access to 150 unique, quantum-energy wellness products, including valuable training from leaders within the Limbic Arc system. The 15-year-old parent company that is the source of origin of Limbic Arc works with literally thousands of physicians and healthcare professionals around the world and seeks to take this groundbreaking new technology to the public for the first time ever. Spence, who is a master affiliate at Limbic Arc, elaborates on how their technology offering is centered on quantum theory. He recounts some previous remarks by Tesla that speak about a non-physical phenomenon, and underscore the value of Limbic Arc. Spence explains the origination of Limbic Arc by Dr. Vaughn Cook and his early experiences with the platform. He talks about the ear-ringing (tinnitus) problem that he has had for many years, and how the Limbic Arc platform helped him to access energy that eliminated the problem almost immediately. Spence details the biochemical exchange and how information energy exists at the subatomic level. He gives an analysis of his theory about cellular receptors as they relate to disease and illness, and explains the many problems with blockages within the body, sometimes brought on by toxins and other agents that block micronutrients. The Limbic Arc has two major parts: a library of valuable information fields that exist in the internet cloud—logarithmic expressions assigned a link with items in the physical world as done by a specialized, proprietary system; and the other part is the app in which users can access and then manage their unique library of Limbic Arc products, called InfoBoosts. The energy expert, Spence, details how the quantum field works, and the specifics of the limbic system. He states that many of our problems are related to a deficiency in something. He details the importance of breaking blockages and how the app can immediately connect users to energy that can sometimes provide dramatic changes in their lives. Ultimately, Spence states, there are many things that live in our subconscious mind that can be very beneficial to our lives and well-being if we learn how to harvest them.


14 Jan 2019

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BC5 Ep7 102 Ash Grant and Barbara Turner (and a little Foucault) and a missed alarm edit!

Basket Case : A Podcast About the WNBL

Melbourne Boomer Ash Grant and Bendigo import Barbara Turner tell their stories. RD6 review and RD7 preview


21 Nov 2018

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Episode #34-Making Opportunity Knock with Barbara Turner

Igniting Imagination with Nellie Jacobs

This series of shows celebrate the launch of Nellie's newest book Making Opportunity Knock, the first volume of her Mining Your Resources series. In this episode of "Making Opportunity Knock with Barbara Turner-Vesselago", our guest discusses how she made opportunity knock for herself, how she makes it knock for others - and she shares ways you, too, can make it happen. Barbara is an author, former journalist, academic and editor, who for more than twenty years has taught FreefallWriting® Workshops privately and through universities in Canada, the US, Europe, and Australia.  Her novel No News But Kindness was a finalist for the Chapters/Robertson Davies manuscript prize.  She has published 2 books, Skelton at Sixty (The Porcupine’s Quill) and Freefall: Writing Without a Parachute (The Writing Space), and numerous feature articles in The Toronto Star, The Globe and Mail, Quill & Quire and other publications.  She has taught at the University of Cambridge, Toronto, Jos, Washington and Western Australia, and worked as freelance editor for Oxford University Press, University of Ottawa Press, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, and Holt Rinehart and Winston, and has a Ph.D. in modern literature from the University of Cambridge.  She is the 2010 winner of England’s Short Story Radio First Chapter Competitionz:  http://www.freefallwriting.com. To be interviewed for this series, pitch why you would make an excellent guest. To submit/ find out what is required of guests, follow the contact link on Nellie's website homepage: http://www.ignitingimagination.com.


19 May 2011