Thistle Farms: Tara Hamilton, Director of Development & Community Engagement
Music City Giving
Tara Hamilton, Director of Development & Community Engagement at Thistle Farms in Nashville, TN, discusses the programs, services, and products offered by Thistle Farms. Thistle Farms is a nonprofit social enterprise dedicated to helping women survivors recover and heal from prostitution, trafficking, and addiction. They do this by providing a safe place to live, a meaningful job, and a lifelong sisterhood of support. For more information on the Thistle Farms, visit https://thistlefarms.org/. To hear more episodes like this, visit our website at https://www.musiccitygiving.co/.
Episode 3: Overcoming criticism to step into your potential and higher power, with 7 figure business owner & number 1 best selling author Tara Hamilton Howard
Find Your Mojo | Mindset | Entrepreneurship | Coaching | Strategy | Burn Out Prevention
Founder of the Venus Movement, Tara has been the catalyst and helped thousands of female entrepreneurs to have more confidence and success in their business and personal lives.Tara qualified as a commercial pilot and flight instructor in her early 20’s and is a keen adventurer. She trekked to Everest Base camp with her eldest son, she traversed a Nepalese glacier with her daughter, cycled London to Paris with her middle son and is set to kayak the English Channel with her youngest son.She has gained number 1 bestselling artist status with her music track, Matter of the Mind and more recently has become a number 1 best selling author with her collaboration book Don’t Quit.With her decades of experience growing and running seven figure businesses, she shares with her audiences and network her fundamental formula for success.But it didn't all start off that way...Tara was told as a child by her three elder brothers that she was "a stupid little girl", so much so that she believed it.She was then told by the headmistress of the senior school that she finally got accepted for that she was only accepted because they needed more girls and that she "wasn't very good at anything".Tara ended up leaving school with no qualifications and did a secretarial course.Her parents then sent her off to pilot school, as her father was a pilot. Where she again was made to feel stupid as maths wasn't her strong point.But she asked all the questions, despite people laughing at her and criticising her, and ended up qualifying.Her parents then wanted her to take over their hotel business, interestingly instead of any of her brothers, which she did whilst raising 4 children.When you work for somebody else, you are imprisoned because what they pay you, you use to pay for your life, such as your mortgage.Venus Movementhttp://www.venusmovement.com/venus-awards/Venus was set-up in 2009. Since then the Awards have recognised and celebrated the achievements of many thousands of women in business across the UK.Venus, a movement of change, is opening new channels of support with the help of its vast Venus network of successful women entrepreneurs.Nominate somebody special for the Venus Awards BEFORE THE END OF MARCH!http://www.venusmovement.com/award-categories/SASS is the Self Adore Success Systemhttps://tarahamiltonhoward.com/SASS helps women in their 40s & 50s to break through the limiting beliefs to reinvent themselves and discover & unleash their money making superpowers.Get in touch with Tara:https://www.linkedin.com/in/tarahamiltonhoward/https://www.instagram.com/tarahamiltonhoward/
How do ears work? Can we model the ear to design hearing systems? This week we talk to neuromorphic engineer Tara Hamilton about about her work building digital analogues of the human ear. She also talks to us about her journey and how she has managed to combine biology with engineering.
Tara Hamilton, Meagan Frey, and the Chatt Comix Co-op!
We're back!Nobody really wanted to talk comics for about two months there. That was rough. But remember folks, art can flourish during times of adversity and uncertainty.I got to speak with Tara and Meagan, two talented ladies that are helping to organize the comics community in Chattanooga, TN. There's a surprising number of artists, writers, and creators in the scenic city! I also got to find out what led to the creation of the Chatt Comix Co-op, and what exciting projects the Co-op has planned for the new year.If you enjoy making comics, and live in the Chattanooga area, come to Infinity Flux every 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month to attend the Co-op meetings.You can find more info about Tara and see her artwork at https://www.instagram.com/fend13th/ http://fffend.tumblr.com www.arrocomic.com