Episode: 2022.8.43The Living Full Out show with Nancy Solari encourages you to overcome hurdles in your life by remaining resilient. Have you been going through difficult moments and lack the motivation to push past them? Looking forward to where you want to be in life can assist you in staying determined.Our first caller, Lewis wonders how he can eliminate some of his daily stress as he balances time as a college student. Nancy advised him to prioritize his tasks and seek out assistance from those around him. Constantly feeling like you’re on a time crunch and stretched in multiple directions can take a toll on your well-being, both physically and mentally. Listen in to discover how you can remain resilient by having the courage to lean on others and being honest when you feel overwhelmed.Our inspirational guest Shayla Logan remained resilient as she faced various hard times in life. Shayla was adopted at the age of four after being given up at birth. As early as seven years old her abusive mom tasked her with the overwhelming responsibility of caring for her father who was dying from prostate cancer. Being forced into therapy by her mother would eventually lead to Shayla being rescued by a social worker. Slipping into a two-week coma at nineteen, after attempting to take her life by overdosing on pills, Shayla awoke with a new lease on life. After marrying her partner and getting into a career she loved, life took a turn for the worse. Enduring a motorcycle accident that left her unable to walk and heavily dependent on others led her to be hospitalized for suicidal idealization. It was during a conversation with a fellow patient that she began to accept her new reality. Despite her challenging circumstances, she found innovative ways to continue her passions. Tune in to hear how Shayla has been resilient in overcoming the obstacles that she’s faced.Perhaps you’ve experienced barriers in your life that seemed overpowering. When you feel like the obstacles in your path are too much to handle, remember that life is constantly developing. The situation you’re in now will change and being resilient in the face of challenges can push you forward to living full out.
Episode: 2022.8.42The Living Full Out show with Nancy Solari encourages you to remain resilient in life by trusting your senses. Maybe you’ve been working toward your goals but aren’t seeing the growth you’ve expected. Remember to stay persistent in your dreams and you’ll make progress in your own time.Our first caller, Zealand wonders how she can focus on her health while being on a tight budget in college. Nancy advised her to tap into the resources around her to discover different food options she can try. Reaching out to those around you and turning to new sources for information allows you to expand your possibilities and push further toward your goal. Listen in to discover how you can invest in yourself by having an open mind and using your senses.Our inspirational guest Joan Brock learned to tap into her other senses to support others as she dealt with losing her vision. Joan was fortunate to find love early and quickly married her first husband Joe. With a passion for aiding others, they both started working at a school for the blind and welcomed their daughter, Joy. By the time Joy was three Joan started noticing changes in her sight; within three weeks her vision was gone. It wasn’t until Joe passed away soon after from cancer that she truly had to come to terms with no longer being able to see. Moving back to her hometown she met her second husband Jim and started on the path of accepting her new reality. Driven to continue assisting others, Joan wrote a book to share her story that was later adapted into a lifetime movie. Tune in to hear how despite the many losses she endured, Joan found her purpose in assisting others by embracing her senses.Perhaps you’ve experienced an obstacle on your path to achieving your goals. Try to focus on what actions you can take to keep moving forward. Believing in yourself and using your senses to guide you along the way exemplifies what it means to live full out.
2022.8.41The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to push through your problems and stay motivated. Maybe you’ve been feeling stuck in life, and have lost your ambition. Remember the reason you started your journey and continue to make progress with your goals.Our first caller Melanie is conflicted on returning to work after retiring. Nancy advises her to truly analyze her mindset before she returns, and to create boundaries as she steps back into the workforce. Listen in to discover how to choose your destination and step into the life you want.Our inspirational guest Marcia Moran stayed persistent and pushed through her obstacles to fulfill her purpose. Marcia moved to Los Angeles, due to her husband being in the military, and found herself depressed. She focused on her education and then moved to New Hampshire. A pivotal event is when Marcia heard a man on the radio talking about how to create business plans. Although he rejected her first job offer, she was hired shortly after. She later relocated with her husband to Washington D.C. and started a successful marketing business. Marcia unfortunately had a stroke, which left her unable to walk or speak. She was determined to progress and eventually found a doctor that aided in her recovery. Today Marcia shares her experiences and advises people on stroke recovery. Despite all the adversity she faced, Marcia stayed persistent and moved past her doubts.Perhaps you have experienced a setback that has discouraged you from advancing in your life. Try to think about the endless opportunities you have to make a breakthrough. Believing in yourself through the hard moments exemplifies what it means to live full out.
Episode: 2022.8.40The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to believe in yourself and stay confident on your journey to pursue your goals. Maybe you’ve had a setback that has left you feeling discouraged. Stay positive and remember that you are in control of your destination in life.Our first caller Eileen wonders how to stay productive after a long day. Nancy advises her to acknowledge the frustration she faces and then to speak to herself positively. Letting the anger of the day go and replacing it with words of empowerment allows you to get back on track. Listen in to discover how releasing your pain and motivating yourself puts you on the path to success.Our inspirational guest Frances Jones held onto her hope to create the loving family she always dreamed of. Frances grew up in a big, affectionate household and always wanted kids of her own. Frances found her husband at 31 and began to try the natural process of having kids. After many attempts and trips to the clinic Frances was diagnosed with endometriosis, which took a toll on her body and ability to conceive. She did many treatments that were unsuccessful and then began to look into other options. Although she experienced insensitive comments from people about her condition, she kept her faith strong as she looked for answers. While she was a stepmother to her husband’s daughter, they made the decision to adopt two boys to join their growing family. Despite the challenges she faced to conceive her own child, Frances made her dream of motherhood come true.Perhaps you feel exhausted from the issues you are dealing with. Try focusing on constructive ways to fix your problems and think about the possibilities that are still in store for you. Remaining optimistic and pushing forward exemplifies what it means to live full out.
Episode: 2022.8.39The Living Full Out Show with Nancy encourages you to embrace your past, and use it to become a better version of yourself. Maybe you’ve felt self conscious or embarrassed about the mistakes that you have made. Use your uncomfortable moments as lessons and let them guide you into greatness.Our first caller Andre wonders how to cope with the loss of a family pet. Nancy advises him to live joyfully in honor of his dog and to find another source to put his love into. Listen in to discover how to move forward and grow from your experiences.Our inspirational guest John Chisum accepted his past in order to develop his gifts and inspire others. John felt disconnected from his family and experienced sexual abuse as a child. He only felt a deep bond with his older brother, who eventually left home. Around the age of 14, he turned to drugs in an attempt to fill the void in his life. An encounter with a lady at a Youth Church Group prompted John to turn his life around. He cleaned himself up and later on got into the music business, in which he started to release his own albums. During his daughter’s senior year of highschool, John took a job in Michigan and made the tough decision to separate from his family. Years later after returning back to Nashville, he started his own company called Nashville Christian Songwriters. Today John continues to run his business, and spread wisdom as a self empowerment coach.Perhaps you feel like you are defined by the times you have failed. Try to remember that the road to success comes with many ups and downs. Being proud of your journey and living up to your full potential exemplifies what it means to live full out.
The Living Full Out show with Nancy encourages you to be committed to what you want to do in life despite the adversity. Maybe you’ve felt like all your efforts are going to waste and your dreams are too far to reach. Stay consistent and you're bound to get the outcome you’ve been hoping for! Our first caller Kenny says he struggles with his ambition and wants to get motivated again after the pandemic. Nancy advises him to look at the things he wants to improve, and give himself affirmations that will push him towards his goals. Finding the fire within yourself will drive you to becoming the best you can be. Listen in to discover how finding strength within your mind can push you to higher levels.Our inspirational guest Maggie used her determination to stay true to her aspirations after enduring hard times. Maggie and her brother were adopted by parents that struggled with alcohol abuse. At the age of 7 Maggie was molested by her neighbor and by 14 she began to drink alcohol. Later on Maggie fell in love with her professor, who she dated and had a child with. Maggie’s family life was strained as she dealt with the trauma from her past, and the struggle of starting a new business. Maggie was diagnosed with cancer at the age of 44, and used a natural, holistic way of treatment to be cured. Sadly Maggie’s son passed away from suicide in 2017. Today Maggie is an advocate for suicide prevention, coaches entrepreneurs and runs programs dedicated to healing the body without prescription medications.Perhaps you feel like everything around you is crumbling. Try focusing on ways you can succeed, instead of doubts from the past. Keeping your head up and seizing the moment exemplifies what it means to live full out.
Episode:2022.8.37The Living Full Out show with Nancy encourages you to discover what strengths and talents you have! Maybe you’ve wondered how to find your calling or how you could create a big impact in the world. Find what your natural abilities are and achieve your dreams!Our first caller Jake says he has been having trouble landing a job and wants to know how to perform better in his interviews. Nancy advises him to learn more about the company and how it relates to his own pursuit. Recognizing your purpose will always lead you to show your authenticity and perform better on any occasion. Listen in to discover how focusing on the areas you thrive in can push you towards your success.Our inspirational guest Peter Flom, used his gifts to navigate his learning disability. At the age of five Peter was diagnosed with minimal brain dysfunction and told he would never go to college. His mom then decided to start the Gateway School with a partner, so Peter would be able to develop his skills and get the education he needed. Peter stayed in this school till he was eight years old, and eventually went on to start college a year early. Peter never let the criticism of others discourage him from making progress with his talents. Today Peter has a masters in special education and psychology with a doctorate in psychometrics. Tune in to learn how Peter learned how to use his unique traits to rise to success and empower othersPerhaps you are unsure of where you fit in and wonder what you are good at? Try focusing on what comes to you easily and what you want to pursue in life. Using your capabilities to make the world a better place exemplifies what it means to live full out.
Episode: 2022.8.36The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to live with integrity and move throughout your life with honesty. Maybe you’ve wondered how to make a bigger impact in your community or how to become a greater asset to those around you. If you showcase your work ethic and your trustworthiness, you will propel to greater levels.Our first caller Rhonda says that she has become less ambitious as she’s gotten older. Rhonda wonders what are some steps she could take to reignite that passion and hustle she once had. Nancy advises Rhonda to tap into her childhood and remember an area she truly wants to make an impact in. Look back on the things that bring you joy and meaning to your life. Listen in to discover how doing work that’s close to your heart, brings out the best in you.Our inspirational guest Paul Isenberg used his integrity to overcome the adversity he faced and aid others in healing. Paul was diagnosed with ADHD as a kid, and embraced it as a gift that allowed him to have a different perspective than others. At the age of 18, Paul fell in love with a girl named Nicole and after years of persistence moved on to get married to her. During the pregnancy of Paul’s second daughter, Nicole was diagnosed with stage 4 Hodgkin's disease and sadly passed away years later. Paul used his faith and principles to keep his family grounded throughout the pain. Later on Paul found love again with his wife Miriam who also had a spouse pass away. Today Paul runs a charity that gives financial assistance to families who are dealing with cancer. Tune in to learn how Paul used his sorrow to uplift others and become a leader for change.Perhaps you’ve wondered what your purpose is and how you can make a difference in the world. Try thinking about the moments, where you needed support and decide what contributions you could make for others now. Believing in something bigger than yourself and leading others with a pure heart exemplifies what it means to live full out.
Episode: 2022.8.35The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to feel loved and allow yourself to create greater life experiences. Maybe you’ve thought about being more open to receiving affection from others, but become discouraged because of how unreceptive you’ve been in the past. Letting others embrace you with their kindness will make you become more confident and lead you to greater opportunities.Our first caller Kevin, wonders how he could balance his focus between being a full time student and working part time. Nancy advises him to think about the purpose of each of his roles and look towards the end of the road. The journey that you go through and the experiences you have are shaping you into becoming the best version of yourself. Listen in to learn how discovering the good moments in the trials you face, set you up to find motivation and build self-assurance.Our inspirational guest Collin Hughes refused to give up on his journey to find love. Collin was adopted along with an older sister into a chaotic home .The trauma Collin witnessed from his father led him to making poor decisions throughout his own marriages. Although Collin loved his kids, he made the hard decision to sign away his parental rights. He found love through his wife Jean Marie and his beautiful granddaughter who sadly committed suicide at the age of 15. Today Collin is an advocate for suicide awareness and a voice actor. Tune in to learn how Collin overcame his pain and chased his dreams.Perhaps you’ve felt alone and unable to progress with relationships in your life. Try to accept care and support from others. Opening your heart and mind to those around you will push you towards greater blessings and truly exemplifies what it means to Live Full Out.
Episode:2022.8.34The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to believe in yourself and trust your instincts. Maybe you’ve thought about taking a different direction in your life but have become conflicted because of the opinions of others. Your intuition will guide you to pick the correct path that aligns with your goals. Focus on what your natural impulse is and listen to your heart.Our first caller Nas wonders how he can stay positive when everything is working against him.Nancy advises him to be present in the moment and stay grounded. Allowing yourself to be receptive of what’s going on around you will guide you to see the bigger picture when life seems to take a turn. Listen in, to discover how being tuned into your surroundings will allow you to put your best foot forward and showcase the greatest parts of yourself.Our inspirational guest Niki Cross used her faith to survive abuse and molestation. At a young age Niki was abducted by her boyfriend and thrown into human trafficking. Later on in life after Niki escaped, she faced more challenges due to her ex-husband's addiction to pornography and her unsafe living situation where she had an attempted break in. Niki trusted her gut and followed her instincts to get past everything she was confronted with. Tune in to learn how Niki used her discernment to steer her in the right direction and pick the right choices.Perhaps you have a feeling about what should be the next step for you, but are lost in all the different options you could take. Try to be open to what you are being called to. Deciding to go with your hunch, will put you in the place you really want to be and lead you to living full out.