The Living Full Out with Nancy Solari radio show brings the Living Full Out philosophy to life. Listeners are encouraged to not only embrace change, but to look for opportunities to create it. Don’t let life get you down. When your morale starts to dwindle, it’s time to get motivated again, make some positive changes, and take each day as an adventure and opportunity to maximize your potential in life.
Nancy shows how to live the Living Full Out lifestyle through personal anecdotes about living with a disability, starting and growing her own businesses and giving advice to those brave callers who share their own stories. Her guidance is always focused on continuing to move forward, no matter what.
Through Nancy’s show, you’ll learn how to be here in this moment, and let go of the past guilt and future fears you’re holding inside of you so that you can make the most of the time you have now. Having overcome their own intense emotional and physical challenges, an inspirational guest on each show will enlighten you on the best ways to look positively on your life and overcome setbacks.
Living Full Out with Nancy Solari addresses many topics such as relationships, finances, career, entrepreneurship, goal setting, parenting, death, divorce, marriage, and more.
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By Embracing Who You Are, You Can Live Full Out
The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to embrace who you are. Maybe you want to apply for a certain position, but are afraid that you will be judged because of your insecurities. Perhaps you want to show your friends one of your natural talents, but are worried they will not be interested. When you accept your entire identity, you can truly foster the confidence you need to succeed.
Our first caller, Elissa, wants to know how to deal with FOMO when she needs to spend time alone but also misses hanging out with her friends. Nancy advises her to use technology like FaceTime to keep up with her friends when they are out doing a specific activity that Elissa cannot attend. Nancy also tells Elissa to be more mindful about programming her schedule so that she can avoid time conflicts and create opportunities for rest and refueling. Tune in to hear how you can take back your power so that missing out on certain experiences can be beneficial instead of feeling like a loss.
Our inspirational guest, LeRon Barton, was born with a stutter. Growing up, this speech impediment often caused him to feel alienated from his peers. He was even bullied for his stutter, which made him afraid of speaking out or conversing with others. After years of feeling ashamed of his disability, he began to practice talking in front of large crowds. With thorough preparation, LeRon found that he could orate without fear and discuss his challenges to inspire others. Listen to hear how LeRon embraced his self-worth by finding strength in his insecurities.
Our second caller, Esperanza, asks Nancy how she should go about finding motivation to lose weight. Based on her own experience, Nancy suggests experimenting with food and creating a workout that is right for her. Nancy also encourages Esperanza to look at photos of herself from when she felt more confident in her body to use as inspiration. Tune in to hear how you can effectively develop a healthy lifestyle.
Perhaps you have been reluctant to try something new because you believe you possess a flaw that will prevent you from doing it well. Maybe you have a niche hobby and are scared to seem too passionate about it. When we embrace our strengths and as well as our weaknesses, we can understand what we need to do to thrive in our life journeys. By challenging ourselves to redefine how we view our insecurities, we can sincerely live full out.
Discover How Living Full Out Can Be Achieved Through The Power Of Music
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The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari guides you through overcoming hardships in your life. Maybe you don’t know where or how to start your career. Perhaps you feel like it’s too late to go after your dreams. Finding what makes you happy can be your fuel to living full out.
Our first caller went through a toxic relationship and wants to know how she can recover from it. Nancy advises her to disassociate herself from the troubling person in her life. Our caller also learns to take that experience and learn from it by attracting good into her life. Tune in to hear more of Nancy’s advice.
Our inspirational guest Dustin Chapman has been on American Idol and has had a passion for music since a young age. When he was 15 years old, he found it hard to sing due to pain in his chest; after multiple doctor sessions, he was told he had achalasia, a disease of the esophagus that makes eating impossible. After being in the hospital, he still had a desire to perform his favorite songs. He’s performed for many people on stages and enjoys bringing a smile to patients in hospitals, especially since he knows the power of lyrics; he wants to give that feeling to others. Listen in to hear how melodies continue to save Dustin.
Our last caller, Casey, wants reinsurance if getting the COVID-19 vaccination is safe. Nancy suggests he do some research and ask himself why he wants the vaccine. She also agrees that there’s always uncertainty with something new, but that shouldn’t stop us from making choices for ourselves. Tune in to hear more.
Maybe you feel like there’s an obstacle in your journey. Perhaps your struggling with making a lifesaving decision. Allowing ourselves to think positively and finding that energy can guide us in living full out.
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By Being An Advocate For Others We Can All Live Full Out
The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to be an advocate for others. Maybe your friend is going through a tough time, and you don’t know how to assist them. Perhaps you are stuck at a crossroads and forgot how to get out. Sometimes being an advocate for others assists us in finding our way through life. Being that friend for others can guide us in living full out.
Our first caller, Ramiro, is struggling to keep his family of six kids and 25 grandchildren together. There’s a lot of division, and he wants to know how he can bring peace and unity. Nancy agrees that it’s hard to watch people do wrong; she suggests that Ramiro step back and let his family make their mistakes to learn from them. Nancy also tells him to make a journal of stories so one day they can go back and learn from his wisdom. Tune in to learn more about Ramiro.
Our inspirational guest Susan Omilian has worked to end violence against women for the last forty years. At a young age, she knew she loved helping women who felt like they didn’t have a voice in a male dominant world. She then went on and founded a rape crisis center and represented battered women in divorce proceedings. At the age of 49, her world turned upside down; her niece Maggie was brutally murdered at the age of 19; she then found out Maggie was a victim of domestic abuse. Listen to hear how Susan found her purpose after a tragedy.
Andy, our last caller, is a freshman in college and has trouble keeping up with her schoolwork. She feels she has failed her parents due to her low grades. Nancy advises to look at life as a game and ask herself how she can win the game. She tells Andy to let go of negative thoughts and have balance in her life. Tune in to listen to more of Nancy’s advice.
Perhaps you want to donate to a charity or lend a hand to others going through a rough time. Maybe you want to start a company to assist people, but you’re scared. We need to remember to be that advocate to someone we know or a stranger. Guiding others will make you feel confident in living full out.
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Learn How You Can Live Full Out While Walking With Purpose
The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to walk through life with purpose. Perhaps you have tried out a variety of different careers after graduating high school. Maybe you have an overwhelming passion for your creative hobbies, but are unsure about how to apply this to your personal journey. We can use the broad experience we gain throughout life—both our highest highs and lowest lows—to carve our own unique path.
Our first caller, Debbie, wants to know how to move on after ending a toxic relationship. Nancy encourages her to visualize her past partner in a negative light so that she will no longer idealize them in her mind. Next, Nancy advises Debbie to look toward her future and start determining what she wants to look for in a new love. Tune in to hear how you can realign yourself after dating a deceitful partner.
Our inspirational guest, Shelly Rainey, discusses her struggles with enduring multiple miscarriages. When she lost her first pregnancy at the age of 27, Shelly was urged to get a hysterectomy due to uterine fibroids but she resolutely refused. Following a second miscarraige, Shelly was finally able to give birth to the light of her life, Hannah. After more loss, Shelly would reflect on her feelings of grief to understand her way forward. Listen to learn about how Shelly used both her difficult and joyful experiences to determine her purpose in life.
Our final caller, Lizbeth, wants advice on how to actually follow through with her goals instead of dropping them. Nancy tells Lizbeth to take her larger goals and begin implementing them in smaller pieces, find an accountability partner, and visualize where she will be when she accomplishes her aims. Tune in to hear how you can fulfill the promises you make to yourself.
Perhaps you have just been rejected from your dream college. Maybe you have felt lost in forming deeper connections in your personal relationships. Whatever setbacks we may encounter, we can use these important and, sometimes painful, moments to help guide our journey ahead. When we decide to walk with purpose and dedicate time to developing our life’s roll, we have already taken the first crucial steps in living full out.
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Learn How Being Resilient Guides You In Living Full Out
The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to be resilient. Maybe you are indecisive with your life and don’t know what to do next. Perhaps you’ve encountered a personal or financial obstacle and feel stuck. To recover from those bumps in the road, you must be resilient in everything you do to ensure that you live full out.
Our first caller Austin is graduating college and seeking advice on finding the right place to live. He doesn't know if he should stay local with family or move somewhere far. Nancy suggests he looks at where he wants to spend his life by listing out his priorities. Listen to the Living Full Out show to find out more.
Our inspirational guest Byrdy Lynn is a businesswoman who has survived sexual assault and discrimination. At an early age, Byrdy was abused by her siblings and parents. When she was seven years old, she found faith in God to continue with her life despite all her troubles at home. As she got older, she moved from Texas to Oregon, where she experienced racism first hand, being that she was the only African-American girl at her high school. She soon had enough and moved back to Texas after high school, only to find herself in the same situation. Tune in to listen to how Byrdy learned to take back her power.
Our last caller Kelsey is struggling with finding the right one. She is halfway done with college and feels incompetent due to her relationship status. Having low self-esteem and finding it hard putting herself out there, being that she is the single one in her friend group. Nancy suggests she thinks of the type of partner she wants in life Tune in to find out ways you can be confident.
Perhaps you feel stuck in life and don’t know what to do next. Maybe you want to move far away but are scared to leave your family and friends. Sometimes we are too focused on other things that we forget to make decisions for ourselves. In moments like this, we need to remember to be resilient; doing so will make us feel stronger in living full out.
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Discover How Continuing To Step Forward Guides You To Living Full Out
The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to continue stepping forward. Maybe you have just been fired from your job of 10 years. Perhaps you have recently graduated from college and are unsure about what your next steps will be. While we may often encounter extreme setbacks in life, it’s crucial to remember that our mistakes do not define us, and that we can find paths ahead that will lead us to a better place.
Our first caller, Winni, wants to know how to prevent burnout from being constantly stressed about academics, work, and extracurriculars in high school. Nancy advises her to re-evaluate the emotions she associates with different activities in order to value time for self-care. Tune in to learn how you can better manage your work-life balance.
Our inspirational guest, Petra Hoffmann, discusses her struggles with addiction, cervical cancer, and living with Hepatitis C. After enduring a toxic family environment and relationship, Petra turned to drugs like heroin in an effort to escape her problems. Listen to hear how Petra overcame her addiction following relapse and managed her serious health conditions by continuing to step forward.
Our final caller, Elidia, seeks Nancy’s advice on how to open up to her son about dating after a divorce. Nancy urges Elidia to have a conversation with her son and find out what qualities he would value in a new friend of hers. Tune in to learn how you can communicate with others about starting relationships in the next chapter of your life.
Perhaps you’re on the cusp of making a crucial decision and are paralyzed with fear that you will choose wrong. Maybe you have reached the end of an unhealthy romance and are struggling to progress in your personal life. In order to make the most of our time, we must be ready to look ahead and start forging new paths. Live full out by acknowledging when you are in a dark place and then making the active decision to step forward.
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