The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to Build Confidence in everything you do. Maybe you are struggling with how you portray yourself to others or wish you went about certain situations differently. It is human nature to be your hardest critic. In order to gain confidence we need to accept ourselves and our biggest insecurities. Our first caller Erica was seeking advice on how to stop over analyzing her conversations at work and sharing less to her co-workers. Nancy told her that it is okay to be emotional about subjects she cares about and to find a way to articulate when she is speaking as to why she feels the way she does. Emotions can be a strength and Erica can use her feelings to shed light on situations she is passionate about. Our inspirational guest Terry Healey was diagnosed with fibrosarcoma at the age of 21 which started as a minor diagnosis but became serious after 6 months when he began experiencing tingling feelings in his face. This led to a serious surgery that causes disfigurement to his appearance. Terry had to focus on what was on the inside rather than the outside. Listen to hear how Terry re-gained his confidence and embraced who he was. Our last caller Hormoz needed advice on how to stay focused when completing a task. Nancy suggested that he creates a to do list of everything he needs to get done and crosses off assignments as he does them. Nancy also shares ways in which an accountability partner can help him stay on track. Perhaps you lack confidence in a character trait you possess but are very happy with another quality you have. It is hard to realize how great you are without any reassurance from others but confidence comes from within so once you can navigate away to love yourself you can live full out! Call us 800-333-0001
The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to open the door to opportunity. Maybe you’ve felt stuck in your day-to-day life and want to find a more fulfilling hobby, passion, or even purpose. Perhaps you’re ready for a career change, but you’re afraid of the leap from security. By embracing the unknown, you’re creating more possibilities for yourself.Our first caller, Clarisse, wants to promote her life and her creative skillset on social media in an empowering way. Nancy advises Clarisse to reflect on her strongest attributes that will translate best in a media presence. Listen in to hear how you can best represent yourself in a way that will positively filter into other people’s lives.Our inspirational guest, Katherine Magnoli, was born with spina bifida, a birth defect that affected her spine. Navigating life in a wheelchair was difficult for Katherine, especially due to being bullied in her childhood. At the age of 26, Katherine set out to pay it forward and started writing children’s books featuring a superhero in a wheelchair called The Adventures of KatGirl. As Katherine’s stories took off, she created new characters with other disabilities, and she has reached thousands of children of all ages ever since. Tune in with Nancy to hear how Katherine channeled her adversity into an opportunity to educate young readers about living with limitations.Our final caller, Hannah, is struggling with maintaining healthy habits due to stressors like COVID and schoolwork. She has been struggling to find enough time for herself. Nancy tells Hannah that the first step to self-care is developing a better sleep schedule. Listen in to hear how you can open up more possibilities in your day through listening to your body.Maybe you’ve only ever dreamed of packing up your bags and moving to that new city. Perhaps you’ve always wanted to go back to school but you’ve felt like you’ve never had the time. Every single one of us can find the opportunities that make us excited to live life to its fullest. Through careful planning, step by step, you can create manageable goals that will allow you to live full out.Call us 800-333-0001
The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to search for peace. Maybe you are having a hard time accepting the reality of life or a new change that you are encountering. Perhaps once you are able to accept the struggle you are facing you can create strategies on how to cope with the pain. Our first caller Emily started high school this year from home and needs advice on how to balance her work life with her personal life. She is having a hard time separating the two from one another. Nancy advises Emily to remodel her room by getting a night time comforter and a day time comforter that creates two different emotions. She also suggests that Emily should try to do work outside or any other place she gets wifi that isn’t in her room. Nancy says that it is important to change the elements of her routine to switch it up and improve her remote learning schedule. Our inspirational guest, Jay Shiftman struggled with mental illness and substance abuse. Initially being diagnosed at 11 with ADHD his therapist prescribed him multiple prescriptions. Over his teenage years into his twenties, he felt he was being miss diagnosed and overmedicated. After two suicide attempts and being checked into a treatment facility, he started his journey in getting off medication. Listen to hear how he was able to use a step down detox method to get off drugs and reclaim his life. Our last caller Austin was looking for advice on how to remain positive while struggling with self-image. Austin explained to Nancy that he is insecure physically and mentally. Listen to hear how Nancy identified how his personality is his best attribute and to let those qualities shine. Perhaps you want to change your outlook on life or make amends within yourself. Maybe you just experienced a breakup and are struggling to move forward. By going through the pain you will gain a better understanding on how to get through the next obstacle life throws at you and be able to live full out. Call us 800-333-0001
The Living Full Out show with Nancy Solari can support you in becoming more intentional in all aspects of your life. Maybe you want to work on spending your money in a more planned way. Perhaps you want to become more productive in school or your career. When we allow ourselves to be more deliberate in our actions, our aspirations become clearer and easier to achieve.Our first caller, Jocelyn, wants to know why we let people who hurt us in the past stay in our lives, and how we can let go. Nancy first explains that a lot of times we allow people to stay because we think that they might change or that we can convince them to make better decisions. She reminds Jocelyn that people come into our lives for various reasons and for different lengths of time. If the person is meant to be in our lives, they will eventually come back. Tune in to hear how you can learn to move forward when a relationship is causing conflict.Today for our inspirational guest we turned the tables as Nancy is interviewed by a team member, Kimberly. In this segment Nancy discusses her experiences being diagnosed with retinitis pigmentosa and how she learned to appreciate the beauty in life, even when times get tough. It is our experiences, good or bad, that shape and enable us to learn and grow. Nancy also talked about her journey to success and the moments where she faced adversities. Listen in to get to know Nancy and hear how she utilized being intentional with her goals and aspirations in order to live full out.Our final caller, Emily, is looking for advice as a college student who procrastinates. Nancy suggests that Emily should seek out people in her life who are skilled at scheduling and ask them to share how they plan out their day to stay on track. Nancy also recommends to look online for resources like books and videos for more examples and tips on procrastination. Tune in to find out how you can become more intentional with studying and work.Perhaps you want to focus more on spending time with your family. Maybe you feel like your life is chaotic and you want to take that control back. Being intentional is about making decisions and taking action on what's truly important to you. Being purposeful in every area of your life is an essential aspect of living full out!
The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to be persistent. Maybe you feel stuck in a rut at work. Perhaps you are falling behind in your studies. By being tenacious and reading life’s road signs, you can achieve your goals and thrive.Our first caller, Chris, needs advice on deciding on a career that will assist him in attaining financial stability. Nancy advises he research established drummers and connect with them on LinkedIn. Listen in to hear how you can become successful and happy while working towards your passions. Our inspirational guest, Shara Hutchinson, endured a rocky eight year journey to pregnancy. When struggling to become pregnant naturally, Shara learned that her tubes were tied and she only had six months to conceive. After a year, Shara decided to go to a fertility specialist and received two rounds of IVF. On the final round, Shara had a miscarriage in her second trimester. Now, Shara is a mother, an author, and the founder of the I Still Want to be a Mom Foundation. Tune in to hear how Shara maintained the strength to persevere through life’s hurdles. Perhaps you want to start your own business or begin a new relationship. Maybe you are overwhelmed with stress in your school environment. By identifying what you must attain in order to grow and creating a plan, you can achieve your aspirations and live full out.Call us 800-333-0001
The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to be ambitious. Maybe you wish you were performing better in your studies. Perhaps you want to start your own business or begin a new relationship. By taking initiative and being intentional in your actions, you can accomplish your aspirations and thrive.Our first caller, Sheri, needs advice on how to deal with anxious thoughts when the future is uncertain. Nancy recommends she plan ahead and pick a certain amount of people she will reach out to each day or week. Listen in, to hear how you can create a community that will support you and connect with you. Our inspirational guest, Nelson Tressler, grew up in a small town where was burdened with a difficult family circumstance that contributed to his experiences of prejudice and hate. Nelson suffered through physical abuse during his childhood at the hands of an alcoholic. His family struggled with the inherent hardships of living on welfare which caused him to deal with bullying and the separation of him and his siblings. Nelson also battled with a learning disability growing up, but maintained his goal of being the first person in his family to graduate college. Now, Nelson is a husband, father and the founder of 6 Months 2 Success. Tune in to hear how Nelson attained the strength and motivation to chase after his dreams.Our final caller, Makaela, is looking for advice on how to calm her anxiety while managing school activities and work. Nancy advises she think about what she excels at and celebrate it and what she struggles in and focus on how she can improve. Listen in to hear how you can anticipate possible hurdles in your life and find creative ways to navigate them.Perhaps you are looking to begin a new relationship. Maybe you’ve always wanted to travel to a different country or go skydiving. By being resourceful and versatile, you can discover your ambition and live full out.
The Living Full Out show can help you achieve greatness by believing in yourself! Maybe you want to become more confident in the decisions you make. Perhaps you recently went through a heartbreak and you continue to focus on the negative. Believing in yourself is about choosing actions that allow you to move forward in the positive direction, as well as trusting your decisions while being okay with making mistakes.Our first caller, Aamna, is wondering how she can find her life's purpose in her career without worrying so much about choosing the wrong path. Nancy advises Aamna to take five different people and ask them questions about what they think she's naturally good at and what she could improve on. Additionally, Nancy reminds Aamna that she should embrace the opportunities and choices she has by exploring various career paths with an open mind. Tune in to hear how you can discover your path in life by trying different experiences and developing self-confidence. Our inspirational guest, Lori Schneider, was 43 years old when she woke up one day with numbness from head to toe on one side of her body. After a series of tests, doctors diagnosed Lori with Multiple Sclerosis. Being an extremely active person, Lori was tremendously worried about what it would mean for her love of mountaineering and her current lifestyle. Against all odds, Lori remained resilient and later became the first person with MS to climb Mount Everest. Many years later, Lori faced additional adversities with the diagnosis Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia and the passing of a loved one. Through these hardships, Lori learned to have faith in herself and found strength from within. Listen in to hear how Lori was able to change her perspective and find purpose in life after so much pain and grief. Our final caller, Lindsey, wants to know how she can stay motivated with her homework when the subject isn't interesting to her. Nancy recommends Lindsey to look at her class with a new perspective. She encourages Lindsay to think that, even though the class might seem boring now, the knowledge gained could be beneficial in the future. Tune in to learn how changing your outlook can help you live full out.Maybe you have a career goal that seems unattainable. Perhaps you are starting to feel uncertain about finding your ideal partner. Believing in yourself is critical for reaching your dreams and aspirations. It's about striving to be positive, even when faced with setbacks and adversity. When you make great effort to sustain self-confidence, you become equipped to reach your aspirations, allowing you to live full out!
Dec 26, 2020
The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari can assist you in managing and learning from loss. Maybe you are struggling with letting go of a past relationship. Perhaps you want to go after a certain career, but you feel like it’s out of reach. By embracing change and determining what knowledge you can gain from it, you have the power to move forward and thrive.Our first caller, Leslie, needs advice on how to find the motivation to complete certain tasks, while maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Nancy recommends she break down big projects in her mind and conquer one small aspect of it at a time, remembering what it feels like to finish them. Listen in to hear how you can become clear in your objectives in order to accomplish your goals. Our second caller, Talia, is looking for advice on what she can do to maintain a positive mindset each day. Nancy suggests Talia remind herself what she is working and fighting for, whether it be a delicious dinner or a vacation, whenever she feels down. Tune in to hear how you can create a community and mindset that will support you in challenging circumstances. Our inspirational guest, Dennis Gillan, was a junior in college when he got an unexpected phone call that his older brother, Mark, had passed away from suicide. Dennis started using alcohol and other substances as a coping mechanism. Eleven years later, Dennis got another call that his younger brother, Matthew, had also committed suicide. Now, Dennis is sober and speaks out about mental health and suicide to spread awareness on this issue. Listen in to learn how Dennis turned his tragedies into triumph. Our final caller, Juliana, needs advice on how to stay motivated during these unprecedented times. Nancy reminds Juliana that she has the power to try something new and to embrace change. Tune in to hear how you can navigate and grow from the obstacles you face.Maybe you feel stuck in a rut at work. Perhaps you are struggling with the loss of a pet or family member. By reaching out for support from friends and family or taking time to step back and look at the situation, you can move forward, heal and live full out.
Dec 19, 2020
The Living Full Out Show encourages you to create a legacy. Maybe you want to set an example of responsibility to your family. Perhaps you want to start a successful career or business. Building a legacy can be defined as what you have accomplished or how you treat others. Discovering your purpose and what you want to create, paves the way to achieving your goals and aspirations. Our first caller, Sarah, wants to know how she can stay motivated to complete her therapy exercises. Nancy advises Sarah to think back to the moments when she regretted not doing the physical therapy. Nancy also recommends that Sarah puts together a consequence for herself when she fails to do her exercises. Tune in to hear how you can change your mindset in order to accomplish something.Our inspirational guest, Hannah Elizabeth, has been in a wheelchair since she was two years old. She was born with Osteogenesis imperfecta, a genetic disorder that affects her bones and causes them to break easily. Despite the challenges Hannah faces everyday, she always strives to look on the positive side and focus on her abilities rather than what she is unable to do. Hannah was able to discover her passion for beauty and started her own successful makeup youtube channel. Listen in to hear how Hannah uses her talents and optimism to create a legacy and accomplish her dreams.Our final caller, Eric, wants to know how he can stay positive during the pandemic, without worrying so much about the future. Nancy recommends that Eric embrace the moment and utilize this time to spend with his family. Nancy also reminds Eric to be grateful for the gifts he has at this present time and not to dwell on the “what ifs.” Tune in to hear how you can live for today and worry less. Maybe you strive to be honest and empathetic to everyone you meet. Perhaps you want to become an expertise in a cause you are passionate about. Remember that building a legacy doesn't have to be alone. You can have a support group or team to help you achieve your goals. By creating a legacy that allows you to better serve others, as well as improving yourself, is essential to living full out!
Dec 12, 2020
The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to build a system of support. Maybe you feel stuck in a rut at work. Perhaps you want to start your own business or begin a new relationship. By identifying how you want to grow in life and who may be able to aid you in doing so, you can achieve your aspirations and thrive.Our first caller, Tatiana, needs advice on how to create emotional boundaries with loved ones. Nancy recommends she choose times that she is available to assist family and times for herself.Listen in to hear how you can prioritize your own emotional well-being while interacting with and comforting others.Our inspirational guest, Jesse Giunta Rafeh, struggled with anxiety, depression, and chronic self-doubt as a teenager. After one of Jesse’s cousins went missing and committed suicide, she began to self-harm. In high school, Jesse was sent to a psych hospital and struggled as she was provided medication, but not taught healthy coping mechanisms. When Jesse found the right therapist for her, she began to understand her feelings were valid, open up to others about them, and heal. Now, Jesse is a psychotherapist and certified success coach who helps others find clarity and direction in their lives. Tune in to hear how Jesse utilized self-discovery to create a positive mindset and the strength and dedication to push through adversity. Our final caller, Latefa, is looking for advice on how to draw the line between when to be a parent and when to be a friend. Nancy encourages Latefa to journal so she can document her family’s life to give her children in the future. Listen in to hear how you can put your best foot forward when entering the next chapter of your life.Perhaps you are struggling with letting go of a past relationship. Maybe you wish you were performing better in your studies. By reaching out to friends and family who uplift you or letting go of those who diminish you, you can move forward, thrive and live full out.
Dec 5, 2020