Living Full Out Show

By Nancy Solari - Living Full Out

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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.

If you believe that you or someone you know has a motivational story that would make them a great fit to be the inspirational guest on the Living Full Out with Nancy Solari show, then please contact us by emailing info@livingfullout.com.

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Learn How Being Authentic Will Open Doors To Living Full Out
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Oct 09, 2021
Discover How You Can Live Full Out By Embracing Who You Are
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Episode: 2021.7.37

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to embrace who you are. Maybe you have a unique quality that you are self conscious about. Perhaps you want to find new friends or begin a relationship. By becoming proud of the traits that make you stand out, you will be able to accomplish your goals and be more confident in doing so.

Our first caller, Anna, needs advice on how to best balance her work and school life with her social life. She feels as if there is always so much going on and it can sometimes be hard to manage all of the moving parts. Nancy encourages her to take some time out of her day to do the things she loves. This will help to ground her and increase her focus on the tasks that she needs to complete. Along with this, Nancy also suggests that Anna should create different playlists for her various emotions. This will assist her with purging stressful energies so she can maintain an emotional balance. Tune in to hear how you can best focus on your goals and aspirations without getting bogged down.

Our inspirational guest, Ayanna Davis, has always had trouble interacting with others. She knew that she was different from her peers because it was a bit harder for her to communicate and make connections. For a very long time, while she knew that she was special, she didn’t know what was making her stand out. In her 30’s, Ayanna was finally diagnosed with autism among a few other disorders such as disassociation and seizures. From the support of her family and loved ones, Ayanna has embraced her quirks that make her who she is. Through this, Ayanna has learned how to be the best version of herself. Listen in to hear how Ayanna found the strength to love herself unconditionally.

Our final caller, Michelle, is looking for advice on how to become more organized in her life. She mentions that she has always had a cluttered personality and she would like to learn how to be more put together. Nancy advises her to take an hour out of her day online to look up tips for how to best organize in all of the areas of her life. Nancy also instructs Michelle to write down her favorites, try out the ideas, and figure out what works best for her. Tune in to hear more about how accepting what makes you different is key to becoming your best self.

Maybe you’ve always felt a little bit unique from others. Perhaps you would like to branch out and make new connections but you’re unsure of who you authentically are. We all have traits and aspects of ourselves that make us and it is important to embrace these distinctions in our own lives. By trusting who you are and becoming the most genuine version of yourself, you will be limitless in your future and you will truly be able to live full out.

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Oct 02, 2021
Discover How Being Of Service Can Free You To Live Full Out
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Episode: 2021.7.36

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to be of service to those who need you. Maybe you want to help out but you are unsure where to start. Perhaps you are afraid of not doing a good enough job. By going out of your way to assist others you can gain compassion and purpose to live full out.

The first caller, Hannah, is struggling with being burnt out and wants to find that work-life balance. She feels constant pressure and is having a hard time finding moments for self care. Nancy gives her advice on how to use her passion to reignite her motivation. Listen in to hear tips on how you can take power over your life again.

Our inspirational guest, Clarence Singleton, joined the marines at 18, quickly being deployed to Vietnam. During his time there, he and his friends were attacked. Suffering severe injuries he was forced to leave sooner than planned. Feeling guilty for leaving his friends behind and suffering from PTSD he knew he needed a new outlet to be a hero. Becoming a firefighter, Clarence felt he had found his calling. Eventually, due to his family's needs, he decided to retire, but felt a lack of aspiration. This soon changed when the devastating day of 9/11 came. Tune in to hear how Clarence took his trauma and turned it into motivation and purpose.

Our final caller, Jeff, wants advice on whether or not it is appropriate to keep in contact with ex-girlfriends despite being in a new relationship. He is not comfortable with the idea if it was reversed and he is unsure if he is being fair. Nancy explains the types of love and describes how they can be differentiated based on the situation. Listen in to learn how to communicate and set boundaries to improve the relationships in your life.

Maybe you have always wanted to make a change but you can unable make the time. Perhaps you never knew the effect even the smallest acts of service can have on others. By putting yourself out there and trying new ways to help, you can inspire others and live full out!

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Sep 25, 2021
Learn How Shifting Your Focus Can Free You To Live Full Out
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The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to shift the focus in your life to achieve your goals. Maybe you are having a hard time visualizing your future, or maybe you are looking at life with a glass half empty view. By changing your perspective and putting in time and effort, you can succeed in what you want to accomplish.

Our first caller, Beckie, needs advice on how to adjust the topics of conversation with her mother. She wants wisdom on how to have more comfortable communication with her mom, as the polarizing political climate has damaged their relationship. Nancy suggests that she has to lay down the law and rule out politics as a topic of conversation. In doing this, she can redevelop her bond with her mother through adjusting the subject matter that they discuss. Listen in to hear how you can reform relationships with loved ones through adjusting your conversations.

Our inspirational guest, Eric LeMarque, was attempting to snowboard during a storm in 2004 and got stranded for 8 days in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. This resulted in him getting very severe frostbite on both legs, which led to him having to get his legs amputated. Through changing his mindset on life to focus less on himself and more about the world around him, Eric was able to go back to that same mountain and snowboard down it with prosthetics. Listen in to hear how Eric was able to change his world view through learning how to form bonds with others and forgive himself for making choices that he now regrets.

Our final caller, Carol, wants help on how to find the motivation necessary to work out. Nancy encourages her to figure out why she wants to work out before moving forward. Along with this, Nancy also advises Carol to find a source of motivation through her friendship circle with the same spirit who can keep her motivated. Listen in with Nancy to learn how to stay empowered when working on your goals in life.

Maybe you are having a hard time staying focused on your aspirations. Perhaps you want to start a new career or work on bettering yourself. We all have a purpose in life and sometimes it may take a push or a certain event to get us headed in the right direction. By changing your outlook on life and leaning on others when necessary, you can achieve your goals and live full out.

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Sep 18, 2021
Discover How Managing Stress Can Give You The Freedom To Live Full Out
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Episode: 2021.7.34

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to learn how to cope with stress so that you can have more freedom in life. Maybe you have accepted constant anxiety as part of your daily routine. Perhaps you are unsure where to start your journey of dealing with stress. By facing the things that cause you to worry head on you can build the confidence to take on anything in life and truly live full out.

The first caller, Alex, is looking for advice on how to handle a friendship that has become more romantic than he would like it to be. His friend who he has gone out with a few times has begun to show signs that she wants more commitment than Alex is ready for and he is unsure how to go about the situation. Nancy explains that word choice is essential at this time as well as honesty. Tune in to learn tips on how to use communication to maintain friendships despite uncomfortable situations.

Our inspirational guest, Jamie MacWhirter, grew up living a seemingly normal life until age 8 when his house became engulfed by flames. Still inside, young Jamie had to make a choice, jump or accept his fate. Making the leap, he began the rest of his journey in life filled with more intense experiences and decisions. Going into the reserves at age 17, following in the footsteps of his family members before him, he was soon drafted to Afghanistan. Meeting lots of people, making forever friends, Jamie had seemingly found his purpose, until one day he was attacked by missiles fired by the Taliban. Making it out of the traumatic event, Jamie continued to lose friends due to warfare everyday and it soon began to get to him. Returning home, the PTSD became too much and he attempted suicide. Listen in to hear how Jamie turned his life around and used his personal struggles to make a positive change.

Our final caller, Allie, is struggling to overcome the fear of expressing her needs. She feels as though she struggles to communicate her desires to those around her and wants to learn how to improve. Nancy tells Allie to focus on her main issues that she wishes to speak about and devise a plan. Tune in to learn how you can gain the strength to overcome your fears and improve your relationships through the power of internal reflection.

Perhaps your attempts to manage your stress in the past were unsuccessful. Maybe you have a hard time reaching out for assistance when it comes to coping with anxiety. By challenging your own mental restraints you can gather the courage to take on anything life throws at you with grace, so that you can truly live full out.

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Sep 11, 2021
Learn how you can create your own path as you live full out
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Episode: 2021.7.33

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari guides you as you create your own path in life. Maybe you feel trapped in your current job, and it’s been years since you received a promotion. Perhaps your family has wanted you to join their business since you were young, but you want to go to school and discover other options. By stepping outside of those limitations, you are able to find the route in life that works best for you while also inspiring others to follow their passions.

Our first caller, Naomi, is a teacher searching for tips on how to confront parents of kids with possible special needs. Nancy recommends that, to start, Naomi searches the internet for success stories related to the disability or problem at hand. If she can share those stories and focus on positive outlooks, it will be easier to address the issue and get the child the support they need. Tune in to hear how you can overcome complicated situations and improve communication in your own life.

Our second caller, Terra, is dealing with anxiety and wants to know what she can do to help herself when she is feeling overwhelmed. Nancy encourages Terra to remember that she’s overcome these feelings before and can do it again. Nancy continues to explain that Terra should focus on what she has control over rather than what is out of her hands. Listen to learn how you can overcome stress in your life and enjoy a more peaceful mind.

Our inspirational guest, Jeff Float, became legally deaf as a young child after battling meningitis. Despite this, at age seven he discovered his passion for swimming, and soon developed Olympic aspirations. He learned many different tricks to help him overcome his deafness in the pool and was surrounded by supportive parents, role models, and swim coaches. After 17 years of training, Jeff qualified for the Olympics and was allowed to compete for his country in 1984, where he and his team were awarded the gold medal in the 4x200 meter relay. By chasing his dreams and creatively overcoming his hearing disability, he was able to create his own path, which led him to phenomenal achievements. Tune in to learn more about Jeff’s story and how he’s taken his future into his own hands.

Our final caller, Trish, suffers from bouts of depression and needs advice for how to talk to her husband about her mental health. Nancy suggests that Trish approach the conversation in a way that will be most effective in getting her points across to her spouse. Nancy also recommends that Trish break up the information-sharing into several smaller pieces to give her husband time to process and react appropriately. Listen in to learn how you can gracefully address uncomfortable topics with your friends and family.

Maybe you’re struggling to rediscover your passion. Perhaps you’ve always wanted to learn how to dance. Many of us have sat and watched as the chances to try new things fly past, but you can take control of your future years. By creating your own path in life, you provide yourself with the opportunities and time you need to figure out what makes you happiest as you live full out.
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Sep 04, 2021
Learn How Tapping Into Your Survival Skills Can Give You The Confidence To Live Full Out
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Episode: 2021.7.32

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to tap into your survival skills to find your inner confidence. Maybe you are an anxious person and are unsure how to express yourself. Perhaps you are afraid of how others will perceive you. By challenging your own skills you can build the courage to succeed and truly live full out.

Our first caller, Supriya is looking for advice on how to stop comparing herself to others. She feels as though there is a lot of competition, specifically when it comes to her career. Nancy explains that by improving your lifestyle piece by piece you can become the best version of yourself. Tune in, to hear how you can grow as a person and look ahead to become a leader in your life.

Our inspirational guest, Darcy Keith, was out enjoying a night with her friends, when suddenly their car was hit. At just 22, she was now in a coma with two serious brain injuries. Waking up, she learned that her friends had tragically not made it, and the damage to her brain had caused her intense symptoms such as limited movement. She now had to learn and reintegrate herself into normal life. Recovering in only two months, there was soon a new battle to face, her abusive relationship. Listen in to hear how Darcy used her mindset to escape her toxic marriage and conquer her mental limitations.

Our final caller, Tyler, wants guidance on how to transition from the military to his next phase in life, college. He feels nervous and is unsure how to take the next step. Nancy advises him on how to use the skills he already has to create an easy transition. Tune in to hear tips on how you can use your talents to make a mark on the world.

Perhaps your nerves tend to get the best of you. Maybe you struggle to put yourself out there. If you can persevere through life's most difficult tasks you will gain a sense of self confidence you have never known before. By finding the strength and determination to take on the highs and lows of everyday you can achieve your goals and live full out.


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Aug 28, 2021
Discover How You Can Live Full Out By Learning From Toxic Behaviors
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Episode: 2021.7.31

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to learn from toxic behaviors. Maybe you have developed a poor sleep schedule, and as a result find yourself exhausted during the day. Perhaps you eat a lot of unhealthy food to cope with stress in your life, and are unhappy with how this has affected your body. By being motivated to break those detrimental tendencies, you give yourself the opportunity to create an environment in which you can thrive.

Our first caller, Katie, wonders how to find a job that she’s passionate about, as she’s currently overwhelmed with job searching post-graduation. Nancy encourages Katie to see beginning jobs as lessons to provide her with more knowledge for her dream position down the line. She says to seek information from those who work in her desired field, by shadowing them or asking advice. Tune in to hear how to stay determined while moving forward in your career.

Our inspirational guest, Jewels, watched alcoholism tear her family apart and faced sexual abuse as a young girl. Pushed to move out and get her own place and provide for herself, Jewels eventually used alcohol to repress all the trauma she endured. She recognized her harmful coping mechanisms and sought treatment she needed. Finding support in others and forming genuine bonds with those in recovery, Jewels turned her life around and got sober. Listen in to discover how Jewels took steps to break her self-destructive cycle.

Nancy gave tips on how to be honest when you’re not content with your circumstances and utilize your resources to make positive changes and remove what fails to serve you. Replace the bad habits with beneficial activities that can teach you. Nancy also reminds us to be brave to stand by someone else who may be going through a tough time or self-transformation.

Perhaps you are turning to substances to forget your problems, rather than finding a resolution. Maybe you are staying in a relationship that is draining your energy and depleting your mental health, but are having difficulty letting that person go. By doing what’s best for you and prioritizing your well-being, you can truly live full out.
Aug 14, 2021
Learn How By Letting Life Unfold, You Can Live Full Out
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Episode: 2021.7.31

The Living Full Out with host Nancy Solari is here to assist you with letting your life unfold. Maybe you are frustrated with your inability to obtain your dream job or school the first time you apply. It could be that your personal goals seem farther away than ever while you are stuck in your routine. By understanding that every setback and detour from your life path happens for a reason, you can live full out.

Our first caller, Joyce, needs advice on how to find the motivation to continue her education at 50 years old. Nancy reminds her that age could assist in her path forward because she could use her experiences to relate to other people like her trying to understand how to code as well. Listen in to learn how to continue expanding your horizons even as you grow older.

Our inspirational guest, Laura Cadieu, has bipolar 1, meaning she has periods of depression and mania. She first started noticing symptoms when she was 25 years old and inexplicably went off to France. When she returned home though, she had to deal with the consequences of her spending and a move to a new location. The condition worsened to the point that she was having delusions and had to check herself into a mental hospital. After meeting with therapists, journaling, and coming to understand her limits, Laura now is successfully working a part-time job at a healthcare company. Tune in to learn how taking chances will assist in your life unfolding.


Our final caller, Nilton, wants to know how to continue trusting in a relationship during the quarantine. Nancy recommends that he maintains faith in his partner and to believe in people until they prove otherwise. She also encourages him to consider giving second and third chances. Listen in to understand the importance of having confidence in those we care about.

It could be that your career turned out differently than you expected it to. Perhaps an event altered your life in an unanticipated way. By trusting that the unpredictable hurdles and problems that you face will enhance your personal growth, you can live full out.
Aug 07, 2021
Learn How You Can Live Full Out By Listening To Your Body
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Episode: 2021.7.30

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to listen to your body’s needs. Maybe you have been feeling off recently and are unsure how to go about fixing it. Perhaps you have dealt with issues for as long as you can remember and have just accepted them as part of your life. Taking care of yourself and creating a happier, healthier lifestyle is the greatest way to live full out.

Our first caller, Chris, expresses that he is hesitant but wants to learn how to get back out there into the dating world. He finds it hard to use dating apps and is frustrated that he is not finding the right person. Nancy discusses her personal experience with dating and explains how to make the process easier and more fun. Listen in to learn tips on how to push forward through what may feel like a never-ending search for your soulmate.

Our inspirational guest, Anthony Lo Cascio, was heavily bullied from a young age for being a tap dancer. He struggled but continued to press forward in his career. Finding much success, things started to look up until he began to have some health struggles, after finding blood in his stool. The doctor he went to for help only blamed him by labeling him as a homosexual, because he was a dancer. Not long after, Anthony was diagnosed with Bipolar ADHD, and was prescribed many medications. Feeling worse than he’d ever felt before, he knew he had to find a new solution. Tune in to hear how Anthony and his now wife Stacy explored food as medicine to change his life for the better.

Our final caller, Isabel , asks Nancy how she can start waking up early. She is struggling to fix her sleep schedule and is unsure how to tackle this issue. Nancy provides her with tips on how to adjust her morning routine to wake up easier and faster. Listen in to learn how you too can set yourself up for earlier more productive mornings.

Maybe you don’t know where to start or feel too uneducated to begin your health journey. Perhaps you thought traditional medicine was the only answer but it just doesn’t seem to solve the issue. Putting yourself and your body's health first and forming healthy habits is the greatest way to truly live full out!

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Jul 31, 2021
Learn How Pressing Forward Past Obstacles Can Have You Living Full Out
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Episode: 2021.7.29

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages us to press forward past obstacles in life. Maybe you are scared of failure. Perhaps you don’t have guidance to help you push forward. Taking on struggles can be difficult, but persisting through those challenges to achieve your goals is the greatest way to live full out.

Our first caller, Citlalli asks Nancy how to stay motivated when you want to improve your lifestyle. She wants to eat healthy and work out consistently but she only has motivation sporadically. She especially struggles to eat healthier as its easier to go through a drive through and not eat at home. Nancy gives tips on how she personally takes accountability and stay on track with her health goals. Tune in to learn how you can be efficient and make the best out of your fitness journey.

Our inspirational guest, Khadjah Tuitt, grew up in a loving home, but that all changed when the crack cocaine era emerged. At only 8 years old, her parents became consumed by drug use which started the years of trauma and neglect to follow. Escaping her household and moving in with her Grandmother, money was tight and at only 13 it was nearly impossible to get a job. This led her to turn to the solution she saw around her, selling drugs. Entering college in the nursing program trying to escape her own ways, she was eventually caught selling cocaine, flipping her life upside down. Listen in to hear how Khadjah persevered through a felony charge to follow her dreams of getting her medical license.

The third caller, Brian ,wants to know how to press forward when he’s anxious about what awaits him after graduating college. He is unsure what the next step is career wise, and he doesn’t know how he should confront the situation. Nancy suggests ways to relieve some of the stress that this transitional period can create. Tune in to learn how to take on each new chapter in your life so that you can find success.

Maybe your issues seem too large to manage. Perhaps you are afraid of what you may lose in the process of pushing forward. Finding the courage within yourself to move through your struggles and to make your dreams a reality is living full out.
Jul 17, 2021
By Taking Time To Assess You Can Live Full Out
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Episode: 2021.7.28

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to take time to assess your life. Maybe you are hesitant to take opportunities when they come along. Perhaps you have never truly thought about what you want out of your life. Stepping back to analyze what’s important to you is essential to creating the happiest version of yourself and living full out!

Our inspirational guest, Alison Pena, who lost her brother at 25, was facing a type of grief she had never experienced before. As time passed, she started to distract herself, switching up her surroundings, trying new things and eventually finding love. This, however, was only the beginning of more loss and heartbreak to come. Alison's husband was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and was told that he had limited time left. After assessing the situation, every second started to count. 11 months later her husband started to pass. Tune in to hear how Alison turned started a business dedicated to helping other widows navigate the loss of their spouses.

Our final caller, David, asks Nancy for advice on learning how to trust people after being lied to by a close friend. His fear of betrayal causes him to be hesitant to create new relationships. Nancy shares her wisdom on how to come to terms with the situation. Tune in to hear how being open with your emotions can ultimately nurture relationships into being more meaningful.

Perhaps you have relationships in your life that no longer serve you. Maybe you aren’t happy in your current career path. Taking time to look at the big picture, releasing old baggage and focusing on the things you love is the greatest way to live full out.

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Jul 10, 2021
Learn How You Can Live Full Out By Being Open With Others
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Show Title: Learn How You Can Live Full Out By Being Open With Others
Episode: 2021.7.27

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to be open with others. Perhaps you struggle to communicate your emotions. Maybe you are afraid that you won't be accepted by the people around you. Expressing yourself is a healthy way to improve your connections and live full out.
Our first caller, Anna , asks Nancy how to juggle an internship, a job and summer courses at once. She feels sleep deprived and overcommitted. Nancy shares her advice on how to improve your mindset to take on the day as well as tips on how to get a restful night's sleep. Listen in to learn how you can conquer your days no matter how scary your to-do list may look.
Our inspirational guest, Amy Gravino, was diagnosed with aspergers, a form of autism. Because of this, the outside world saw her as different, attracting bullies starting as early as second grade. After feeling as if she had to justify her existence her entire life, Amy eventually went to college and found people who understood her. Although her struggles seemed to be lessening, she soon was faced with heartbreak and betrayal. Tune in to hear how Amy takes on the stigma behind sexuality and autism by being open with others.
Our final caller, Christine, tells Nancy that she has returned to work full time and is overwhelmed with responsibilities to others. She feels as though there is no time to nurture herself. She enjoys her roles as career woman and mother, however she wants to also do the things that make her happy. Nancy gives tips on how to budget your time and maintain a healthy outlook. Listen in as Nancy outlines how to balance work, home and self care.
Maybe you are afraid of feeling like a burden. Perhaps you feel like you will not be taken seriously. Being your most authentic self and opening up to others is essential to truly living full out.
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Jul 03, 2021
Discover How You Can Live Full Out By Having A Vision For Your Life
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Episode: 2021.7.26

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to have a vision for your life. Maybe you are unsure where to start when designing your image and goals. Perhaps you are scared to create future plans due to the fact that they may seem unrealistic or unattainable. When you form a perception you are truly excited about, it can give you the determination to turn your dreams into a reality.

Our first caller, Heather, wants to know how to feel valuable and necessary now that her kids are grown and out of the house. Nancy advises her to find her talents and what brings a smile to her face now that she has retired her “Mom skills”. Listen to learn how to step out of your comfort zone to create passion and find activities you’re excited about for the future.

Our inspirational guest, Shari Moss grew up poor and neglected. At just 9 years old she sat clipping items from a catalog forming her vision for her dream home. Despite pulling herself up from her childhood struggles and achieving success, more heart break soon followed. Tune in to hear how Shari handled her husband's drug and alcohol addiction while raising two children.

Our final caller, Emily, tells Nancy she is struggling with how to ask her family for support without feeling guilty. Nancy suggests coming up with a plan so that her communication is as effective as possible. Tune in to learn how forming an intention can better the relationships in your life.

Perhaps you have been putting off setting goals because you’re afraid that others will judge you. Maybe you are intimidated by the thought of committing to a new ambition. By dreaming and creating a vision for your life you can truly live full out.
Jun 26, 2021
Discover How Maintaining Hope Can Enable You To Live Full Out
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Episode: 2021.7.25

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to maintain hope. Maybe you feel stuck at a standstill in your career, and fear failure to move up the ladder. Perhaps your past relationships were unsuccessful or you have yet to find someone you truly connect with, and worry if you will ever find the right partner. By having a glass half-full mentality, you can be motivated to press forward and look on the bright side during your journey.

Our first caller, Sky, wonders how to avoid boredom or monotony while having a full time job working in housing at her university. Nancy encourages Sky to remember her purpose and the positive impact she has on new college students. She says to wake up each day grateful to grow and learn from the lessons her position teaches her. Tune in to hear how to stay self-fulfilled with a busy and hectic schedule.

Our inspirational guest, Shannon Buckmaster, was neglected and mistreated by her family as a young girl, except for her grandfather who she saw once a month. Shannon’s mother eventually kicked her out of the house and she was taken in by a friend. Shannon’s upbringing led her to believe that she was unwanted and undeserving of love, later ending up in an abusive marriage. After being held accountable by her therapist and other positive influences, Shanon realized she had the power to change her circumstances. Listen in to discover how Shannon took a leap of faith to break the cycles of dysfunction and pain in her life.

Our second caller, Tal, has a goal to become a Radio City Rockette. She wants to know how to balance the desire to achieve her dream while also slowing down and living in the moment. Nancy advises her to enjoy the now and appreciate the free time she has. She explains that honoring and nurturing her inner child can reduce stress. Tune in with Nancy for tips on staying present and mindful while pursuing your ambitions.

Perhaps you are currently earning a degree, and the difficulty of managing the workload is causing you to doubt your abilities. Maybe you are going through a tough time in your life and struggle to see your situation improving. By remaining optimistic and believing in yourself, you can truly live full out.
Jun 19, 2021
Learn How You Can Live Full Out By Crawling Your Way To The True You
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Episode: 2021.7.24

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to crawl your way back to the true you. Maybe you have felt lost through the years and are having trouble feeling authentic. Perhaps you are scared of the realest version of yourself not being good enough for others. Finding your genuine identity is essential for achieving self satisfaction and empowers you to live full out.

Our First caller, Julie, is feeling frustrated with her journey to find her future career post graduation. She feels defeated not getting the positions she is seeking out. She asks Nancy for advice on how to not feel discouraged after being denied while applying for jobs. Nancy shares her experience and explains how reaching out after an interview can get you ahead of the curve. Tune in to learn tips on how to come back from disappointment while on the hunt for a new occupation.

Our inspirational guest, Brian Teller, grew up in an abusive household with no support. The mistreatment translated into self esteem issues, and by the age of 16, he moved out on his own. Once Brian was married, he struggled to settle down and remain faithful, craving validation from other women as he never received it growing up. Feeling lost and unhappy with who he had become, the path that Brian goes down is darker than ever before. Listen in to see how Brian overcomes abandonment, divorce, suicide attempts and rehab to find his true self.

The last caller, Allie, asks Nancy how to conquer the struggles of working remotely. She feels overwhelmed and is unsure how to separate work from the rest of life. Nancy suggests manipulating her environment to something that brings her excitement. Tune in to learn tips on how to spice up your remote working space and create an atmosphere you enjoy.
Perhaps your insecurities have changed the way you act. Maybe you are scared or reluctant to take the necessary steps to become your core self. Embracing the true you and living up to your own expectations instead of others is the key to living full out.

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Jun 12, 2021
Discover How By Standing Up For Yourself You Can Live Full Out
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Episode: 2021.7.23

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to stand up for yourself. Maybe your boss is not compensating you fairly for the hours you put in at your job. Perhaps you feel as though your romantic partner is needlessly controlling and you want to regain a sense of freedom. By being your own advocate, you can ensure that you accept nothing less than what you justly deserve.

Our first caller, Carlos, wants to know how to refrain from feeling guilty after one of his friends has taken the wrong turn in life. Nancy tells Carlos to rid himself of remorse by coming to terms with the fact that his friend would still probably be in the same position, even if Carlos had done something differently in the past. She also tells him that many times we may not be able to change our friends’ behaviors, but that their decisions will enable them to learn their own valuable life lessons. Tune in to learn about what you can do when you believe someone close to you has made a substantial mistake.

Our inspirational guest, Malena Crawford, discusses her experiences with racial discrimination, homelessness, and poverty. From a very young age, Malena experienced racism first hand, which instilled a sense of fear in her and made her feel extremely alienated from others. When she was 7, Malena’s family became homeless and she felt pressured to keep their situation a secret in order to stay together. After eventually earning her degree and buying a house, Malena found herself in a toxic relationship that would cause her to have a revelation regarding her self-worth and purpose in life. Listen to discover how Malena was able to stand up for herself, begin a journey of healing, and inspire other women to do the same.

Our second caller, Aziza, asks for advice on how to stay in a positive mindset when she has a demanding job as a teacher at a university. Nancy says to think of what gets her out of bed in the morning, give herself enough quality time alone, and honor the way the day flows. Tune in to hear how to stay energized despite having a busy schedule.

Perhaps your friends have repeatedly failed to pay you back for your outings when they have promised to do so. Maybe you are struggling to find the confidence to apply for a special position because you have doubts about your ability to stand out from the pack. We all have the power to speak up on our own behalf and demand to be treated with dignity. By believing in ourselves and constantly recognizing our full value, we can truly live full out.

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Jun 05, 2021
Discover How Finding Your Inner Compass Can Lead You In Living Full Out
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Episode: 2021.7.22

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari guides you in finding your inner compass. Maybe you need that little push to get your dreams going. Perhaps you want to grow, but you’re fearful of change. Taking that step in life allows you to live full out.

Our first caller, Ericka, finds herself thinking about an old love interest. She feels like she made a wrong decision leaving the relationship because of how fun it was to be around him despite not having similar life goals. She asks Nancy for advice on how to move on and be open to dating again. Nancy explains the different types of love we experience in life and how we all have to go through them. Tune in to find out if Ericka is ready to date again.


Our inspirational guest Amy Dresner grew up in Beverly Hills and had it all, but having lavish items did not conceal what she felt inside. She battled with body dysmorphic disorder, which led to anorexia and bulimia. After trying to overcome her eating disorders, she decided to use drugs as her coping mechanism. At 24, she moved to San Francisco to spread her wings but laid eyes with another drug that would cause her to move back instead of forward. Through therapy and rehab, Amy slowly got her life together. Listen to the whole show to hear about Amy’s road to recovery.


Our last caller asks Nancy for help on how to balance work and family. She feels like her kids and elderly parents all want her attention, and there isn’t enough time in a day to cater to everyone. Nancy advises our caller to look for fun ways to make household chores fun for her teenage kids. Nancy also informs our caller not to be afraid to set boundaries when it comes to time for herself. Tune in to hear more advice on how to balance your life.


Maybe you need help with the direction you’re going in life. Perhaps you’re finding it hard to balance work, school, or family. We all have an inner compass that guides us in life, and remember to trust ourselves and use those talents to lead the way in living full out.

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May 29, 2021
By Embracing Who You Are, You Can Live Full Out
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Episode: 2021.7.20

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.
May 15, 2021
Discover How Living Full Out Can Be Achieved Through The Power Of Music
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Episode: 2021.7.19

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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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May 08, 2021
By Being An Advocate For Others We Can All Live Full Out
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Episode: 2021.7.18

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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May 01, 2021
Learn How You Can Live Full Out While Walking With Purpose
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Episode: 2021.7.17

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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Apr 24, 2021
Learn How Being Resilient Guides You In Living Full Out
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Episode: 2021.7.16

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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Apr 17, 2021
Discover How Continuing To Step Forward Guides You To Living Full Out
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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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Apr 10, 2021
Learn How Living In The Moment Allows You To Play The Game Of Life Full Out
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The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to live in the moment. Maybe you are spending time with a friend but can only focus on how stressful your work life is. Perhaps you are unhappy with your living situation but are unsure how to take action and move. In order to take advantage of all the blessings around you, it is essential to be present in everything you do.

Our first caller Jess is seeking advice on how to manage her time in college and cope with the overwhelming feeling of trying to catch a break for herself. Nancy suggests trying new activities and making playlists that will help her unload her feelings. Listen in to hear strategies on how to make time for yourself.

Our inspirational guest David Bersch was diagnosed with bladder cancer at age 54. A year later, when he found out he had colorectal cancer, his perception of his health changed. Through his journey of recovery and chemotherapy, he discovered a positive mindset. Tune in to hear how we will all be attending David's 100th birthday!

Our last caller Susan is struggling with time to talk to friends outside of work and is worried that they will eventually lose contact. Nancy says to make the phone calls with her friends an event rather than a to-do. Listen in to discover ways you can make connecting remotely entertaining.

Perhaps you're always living in the future instead of the present. Maybe you want to move jobs but are worried you will fail. We often get too focused on if we are making the right decision, but we need to just live in the moment. In order to live full out, do what makes you happy right now.

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Apr 03, 2021
Learn How Being Honest Can Open Doors To Living Full Out
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The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to be honest. Maybe you’re unhappy in a relationship but are convincing yourself otherwise. Perhaps you want to quit your job and are keeping it from your boss. Even though we may think dishonesty will protect others from getting hurt, being transparent is ultimately the best way to connect with your loved ones and stay true to yourself.

Our first caller, Gabrielle, needs advice on how to deal with anxiety in nursing school and maintaining healthy relationships. Nancy reminds her that stress can come from more areas of our lives than we think, so she should focus on scheduling moments to communicate with friends and family. Tune in to gain strategies on how to manage your time.

Our inspirational guest, Patrick Chester, talks about his 15-year-long addiction with gambling. Patrick’s struggle led him to lie to his business partners, family, and wife. As he continued to spiral downwards, he ended up spending time in rehab and jail. Listen to hear how Patrick’s family inspired him to become truthful with himself and those he had hurt in order to begin his journey to recovery.

Our last caller, Shwe, wants guidance on how to get work experience before her MBA program, which starts in 2 months. Nancy advises her to look for some background in the job area she wants to eventually pursue. Tune in to hear how you can still find some meaningful opportunities that will set you up for future success, even when you're pressed for time.

Perhaps you have bad news you need to tell a friend but are unsure how to break it to them. Maybe you are hiding a side of yourself that you fear others will see. In order to be the best version of ourselves, we must fully acknowledge our true feelings and the impact of our actions. Live full out by being courageous and having those tough conversations.


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Mar 27, 2021
Discover How you Can Live Full Out by Learning How to Pivot in Life
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Mar 20, 2021
When You Decide Who You Are You Can Live Full Out
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Show Number #1: (11:00AM – 12:00PM PST) (2:00-3:00PM EST)
Show Theme: Deciding Who You Are
Show Title: When You Decide Who You Are You Can Live Full Out
Episode: 2021.7.11

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to decide who you are. Maybe you’re not exactly where you want to be in your career or in your relationship. Perhaps you’re in an environment that is draining your spirit. By giving yourself positive encouragement and necessary support, you can make life choices that make you feel empowered.

Our first caller, Bubune, feels torn between options about his future, especially because he feels pulled toward t-shirt designing. Nancy advises him to put his favorite skills first and to surround himself with positivity. Tune in to hear how making the right choices with your career path can help you feel more like yourself.

Our inspirational guest, Amber Miller, became alcohol dependent at the age of 16 after watching both of her parents struggle with addiction. Amber’s mom couldn’t escape the pull of alcoholism, and she passed away at the age of 44 before Amber could get her professional help. While Amber wanted to quit at this point, she had kept drinking to ease the grieving process. However, ten years later, Amber met with an old friend who was struggling with alcoholism, and Amber saw that as a wake-up call to get sober. Amber then created the Facebook Group, "A Life Not Wasted" to encourage people to be who they're meant to be. Listen in to hear how Amber’s choice to live life by her own terms helped her regain control.

Our final caller, Claire, has been experiencing burnout in college. Nancy reminds Claire that a quick walk or a short phone call with a friend can be an effective way to calm down and feel lighter. Tune in to hear how small choices throughout your day can keep you from being overwhelmed.

Maybe you’re ready to break free from the habits that limit you. Perhaps fear is the only thing holding you back from getting you to where you want to go. Through making choices to reinvent yourself, you can live full out.

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Mar 13, 2021
By Reaching For What You Want You Are Living Full Out
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The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to reach for what you want. Perhaps you are scared to go after a job you have always wanted or to move to a new city. We need to remember that we are the main characters of our movies. Live Full Out by taking control!


Our first caller Amal was seeking advice on how to get the motivation to move forward in life. Nancy said that she needs to figure out what career path would make her the happiest and apply her natural talents to it. Listen in to hear about Amal's Dream job and what talents she will bring to it.

Our Inspirational guest Wendy Booker has been dealing with multiple sclerosis. In 1998 She was diagnosed with relapsing-remitting MS. She chose to take control over her MS and since has competed in twelve marathons and climbed the Seven Summits of the world. She did this all while battling numbness and tingling in her left side. Tune in to hear how Wendy’s Journey led her to the north pole.


Our last caller Yolanda wants advice on how to save money for her kids' future. Nancy says that it's important to teach her kids the value of money by creating allowances or having conversations on how to save. Tune in to hear all of the tips Nancy provided for Yolanda.

Perhaps you are at a crossroads in your life and are trying to figure out your next move. Reaching for what you want is essential when honoring your own happiness. Reflect on how you have always pictured your life looking and make it happen! Putting yourself first is the first step in Living Full Out!
Mar 06, 2021
Learn How You Can Live Full Out By Being Open To Miracles
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The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari invites you to be open to miracles. Maybe you’re discouraged by the weight of your everyday tasks. Perhaps you’re feeling burnt out from your career or your schoolwork. Through pushing yourself to see the possibilities, you can persevere through life’s challenges.

Our first caller, Azaan, feels like he is burning out from all of his duties throughout his day. Nancy reminds him that forcing himself to produce work without a method of release can be destructive to his spirit. Tune in to hear how taking time to relax can give you the space to process daily stressors.

Our inspirational guest, Jean Abbott, was misdiagnosed as a young child with Spastic Dipligia, a form of cerebral palsy. As her condition worsened, her doctors had no idea what was wrong. She was taking up to ten muscle relaxers a day, but she maintained her desire to keep walking. After 33 years of doctors’ visits, medical procedures and surgeries, she was re-diagnosed with Dopa Responsive Dystonia. With her new diagnosis, she was put on a medication that allowed her to regain her mobility, and she started to feel more in control of her life. Since then, she has appeared on the Today Show and Good Housekeeping inspiring people all over the world through her story. Listen in to hear how Jean’s faith in life and in God kept her looking forward with optimism.

Our final caller, Patrick, is struggling to stay motivated while studying for the LSAT. Nancy advises him to think about the people he’ll be able to help once he is a lawyer, and she encourages him to think about how rewarding his career will be. Tune in to hear how keeping your big goals in mind can propel you through your everyday tasks.

Maybe you’ve shut out the wonder from your life, and you’re wanting to regain a sense of hope. Perhaps you’re curious as to what steps you need to take to regain charge of your own narrative again. Through believing that miracles are possible, you can live full out.


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Feb 27, 2021
Discover How Finding Your Voice Guides You In Living Full Out
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The Living Full Out show with Nancy Solari encourages you to find your voice. Whether you want to tell a friend how you have been feeling or perhaps you want to speak up in a meeting. It is important to be your best advocate. Nobody else can express what you are feeling better than yourself!

Our first caller Olivia is a Junior in college and wants advice on if she should stay in her major that is challenging and could bring her GPA down. Her biggest fear of leaving is if she will lose her opportunity to follow her dreams and work in the medical field. Nancy suggests that if she is passionate about the medicine she should meet with someone that she admires to gain advice on what she needs to do to be successful.


Our inspirational guest Kayle Hill was 15 months old when doctors discovered she had Juvenile Arthritis. At 12 years old she was suffering from scoliosis and developed chronic back pain after back surgery. Her health was tested again at age 20 when she diagnosed with two additional conditions: Ehler-Danlos Syndrome and PTSD. Listen to hear how Kayle has been using her voice throughout her life to advocate for herself and take control over her life.

Our last caller Kim has recently been struggling with managing her time and wants to understand why, considering the amount of her work has stayed the same. Nancy said to focus on what has changed about her. If she used to be more focused in a classroom then she needs to make her room at home feel like the same motivational environment.


Perhaps you are scared to voice your opinion or you fear confrontation. Finding your voice is about more than physically speaking. It is taking action over your life and discovering what steps will make you feel your best. Expressing yourself is the first step in Living full out!
Feb 20, 2021
Learn how you can live full out by finding your rhythm
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The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari invites you to find your own rhythm. Maybe you’ve found a career that makes you excited to get out of bed in the morning, or perhaps you’re still looking for a job that feeds your passions. Through getting in tune with what you really want in life, you can find the best way to be an original.

Our first caller, Amanda, needs assistance with communicating with the person she’s dating. Nancy advises Amanda to express her feelings freely with her partner, and to find moments to give him positive affirmations. Tune in to hear how taking risks can be beneficial to healthy romantic relationships.

Our inspirational guest, Luca Patuelli, was born with Arthrogryposis, a rare neuro-muscular disorder that made walking very difficult. Since he was 7 months old, he has undergone a total of 16 surgeries to support his body. As a teenager, Luca still found ways to be physically active, from skateboarding on his back to using outrigger skis to support his legs. Unfortunately, at the age of 17, Luca had a surgery that took away his ability to skateboard, but another door opened: the world of breakdancing (BBoying). Since then, he has found a home through the BBoy community, dancing across the nation with his team of all-stars, the Ill-Abilities. Listen in to hear about Luca’s athletic journey and how he continues to find ways to live life his own way.

Our final caller, Rae, is struggling with the stress of isolation from COVID-19. She feels that the pandemic prevents her from living life fully. Nancy tells Rae that finding moments of virtual human connection – either through FaceTime or Zoom – could improve her spirits greatly. Tune in to hear how you can connect your mind with your body.

Maybe you’re wondering what you can do to find your rhythm again. Perhaps you can return to a passion that you might’ve put aside or bring excitement into your day-to-day through music. By finding your own way to dance big, you can live full out.

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Feb 13, 2021
Learn Tools for how building Confidence can give you the focus to Live full Out
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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!


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Feb 06, 2021
Learn How By Opening Doors to Opportunities You Can Live Full Out
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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.

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Jan 30, 2021
Learn How You Can Live Full Out By Searching For Peace
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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.


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Jan 23, 2021
Best of Living Full Out - How to Live Full Out by Being Intentional in Life
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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!
Jan 16, 2021
Learn How You Can Live Full Out And Achieve Your Aspirations By Being Persistent
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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.

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Jan 09, 2021
Discover How You Can Live Full Out By Having Ambition In Life
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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.
Jan 02, 2021
Living Full Out Is Achieved By Believing In Yourself
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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
Discover How Living Full Out Can Be Achieved By Learning From Loss
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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
Discover How You Can Live Full Out by Creating a Legacy
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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
Learn How Building A System Can Propel You In Living Full Out
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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 05, 2020
Discover How You Can Live Full Out By Being Intentional In Life
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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!
Nov 28, 2020
It's Never Too Late To Live Full Out
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The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to seize the day. Maybe you are looking to begin a new relationship. Perhaps you wish you were performing better in your studies. By taking risks and reading life’s road signs, you can overcome life’s hurdles and thrive.

Our first caller, Alec, needs advice on how to navigate moving and changing jobs while projecting confidence in his new position. Nancy recommends he focus on what he can contribute to the business and how he can leave his mark. Listen in to hear how you can become clear in your objectives in order to accomplish your goals.

Our inspirational guest, Genevieve Piturro, left behind her corporate career after a little girl’s question changed the course of her life. In 2001, Genevieve founded the Pajama Program and began delivering pajamas and books to children in shelters. In the beginning, Genevieve struggled to create this non-profit, until a magazine’s article helped her receive a plentiful of donations and a grant. Now, Genevieve is an international speaker, strategy coach and author. Tune in to hear how Genevieve found the motivation and confidence to chase after her dreams.

Our final caller, Dana, is looking for advice on how to get a much needed break during this pandemic, when she cannot do most of her normal activities. Nancy encourages Dana to dedicate time to relax within her work schedule and take breaks, even if it is to do other tasks. Listen in to hear how you can create an environment that promotes a positive mindset in your daily life.

Perhaps you are struggling with letting go of a past relationship. Maybe you feel stuck in a rut at work. By trusting your heart and being intentional with your goals, you can accomplish your aspirations and live full out.
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Nov 21, 2020
Learn How Making Tough Decisions Can Guide You Towards Living Full Out
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The Living Full Out show with Nancy Solari can support you in making difficult decisions. Maybe you are unsure about whether to take the risk of changing career paths. Perhaps you are feeling undecided about moving or purchasing a new home. Facing tough decisions is a part of life, and learning how to navigate them will enable you to be less stressed and more confident in complex situations.

Out first caller, Mark, wants to know how he can feel less anxious during these uncertain times as coronavirus continues to spread. His primary worry is about the health and safety of his wife, who works at a nursing home. Nancy tells Mark that the best gift he can give his wife is to be a listener, but he should seek out someone who will listen to his concerns as well. Nancy also reminds Mark that he needs to have trust and faith that everything will work out okay. Tune in to learn how you can handle stress and fears in a positive way.

Our inspirational guest, Victoria Reynolds, faced a lot of adversities and difficult decisions in her life. During the financial crisis of 2008, Victoria lost her newly opened business. In addition, her husband's business also fell and she had to file for bankruptcy. Victoria felt like everything she worked hard for was crumbling down around her and started to become depressed. Since losing her business Victoria became a stay home mother. Now, while going through a tough divorce, Victoria is learning to focus on the positive possibilities in the future. Listen in to hear how Victoria's ability to make tough decisions ultimately enabled her to overcome adversity, find independence, and reconnect with her true self.

Our final caller, Alieh, is looking for advice on how to forgive others who have disrespected her. She wants to know how she can amend her relationships with those close to her without compromising her own healing. Nancy tells Alieh that forgiveness is the most important thing to do. Even if you still disagree, forgiving others will allow you to lift the burden of disappointment and resentment. Tune in to learn how you can forgive those who have hurt you in order to move on.

Perhaps you are having a hard time letting go of an unhealthy relationship. Maybe you are unsure about your career path or major. You have to remember that life is unexpected and everything isn't always easily planned. Sometimes, you have to take risks in life or leaps of faith in order to move forward. By making educated decisions, you are taking your power back, enabling you to live full out.
Nov 14, 2020
Discover How Being Patient Can Guide You In Living Full Out As You Achieve Your Aspirations
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The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to be patient in life. Maybe you
feel stuck in a rut at work. Perhaps you are looking to begin a new relationship. By being versatile and embracing change, you can overcome life’s hurdles and achieve your aspirations.

Our first caller, Ethan, needs advice on how to re-energize as a college student during COVID. Nancy recommends, when he wakes up every morning, to think of what he has the power to control and focus on that. Listen in to hear how you can create a positive mindset and attitude in order to accomplish your goals.

Our inspirational guest, Rob Plaskas, had his life changed at the age of seventeen, when he found out his brain tumor had grown and needed to be removed. During surgery, Rob suffered from a ruptured vessel, causing a brain hemorrhage, and had to be put into an induced coma. After waking up from the coma, Rob started his journey of physical, speech, cognitive and emotional therapies in order to overcome the effects of his traumatic brain injury and depression. Now, Rob is the published author of his memoir and works to educate others about the realities of being a brain injury survivor. Tune in to hear how Rob maintained the willpower and determination to stay hopeful throughout his recovery and to accomplish his dreams.

Our final caller, Emily, is looking for advice on how to improve her confrontation skills with friends. Nancy encourages Emily to speak up and express her opinions, reminding her it can assist her friends to grow as well. Listen in to hear how you can create a community that will support and stand by you.

Perhaps you wish you were performing better in your studies. Maybe you are struggling with
letting go of a past relationship. By trusting your heart and remaining vigilant, you can accomplish your aspirations and live full out.
Nov 07, 2020
Discover How You Can Release Toxic Triggers As You Live Full Out
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The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari can assist you in identifying your triggers. Maybe you feel stuck in a toxic relationship. Perhaps you want to go after a certain career, but you feel like it’s out of reach. By determining what is holding you back and letting go of it, you can achieve your goals and thrive.

Our first caller, Nicole, needs advice on how to balance being a new mom, wife and active duty service member while also enrolled in graduate courses. Nancy reminds Nicole that mistakes we make or times we mess up are growing moments we can learn from and not something to fear. Listen in, to hear how you can create a community and mindset that will support you in challenging circumstances.

Our inspiration guest, Nancy Mckay grew up in an alcoholic household, which made her feel uncomfortable and unseen. Later in her life, she too began to over-drink. One night, she came home from partying with her husband and when he said she’d had enough, she became enraged and took a handgun to her head. From that night forward, she realized she needed to change and has since given up her toxic habits. On her fifty-eighth birthday she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer and had to go through extensive treatment. Now, Nancy is a certified Wayfinder Life Coach and helps her clients find their courage to give up alcohol. Tune in to hear how Nancy attained the strength to heal from her experiences.

Our final caller, Parisa, is looking for advice on how to be confident in making concrete decisions. Nancy recommends she go to a quiet place and visualize what she wants her life to look like and to try and make decisions that align with that vision. Listen in to hear how you can become clear in your objectives in order to achieve your goals.

Perhaps you are struggling with letting go of a past relationship. Maybe you wish you were performing better in your studies. 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.
Oct 31, 2020
Learn How You Can Maximize Living Life Full Out By Being Driven
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The Living Full Out show with Nancy Solari can guide you to becoming more driven! Maybe you feel like your life is spiraling out of control. Perhaps you want to become more goal oriented. When we are motivated and driven, we are able to become less stressed and more productive, enabling us to live full out.

Our first caller, Rebecca, wants advice on whether she should take the risk and switch jobs, or wait for a better opportunity later on. Since Rebecca has been at her current job for a few years and still feels discontent, Nancy encourages her to search for a new one. Nancy also reminds Rebecca to enter her next interview with assurance and optimism. Tune in to hear how you can build confidence when searching for a new job.

Our inspirational guest, Sheila Mac, has experienced many adversities throughout her life. When she was just ten years old she experienced homelessness when she ran away from her abusive grandparents. Despite the difficulties, Sheila learned from a young age that life has its ups and downs. She chose to perceive her struggles as part of life's adventure rather than obstacles. With her drive and determination, Sheila was able to find ways to make a living for herself. No matter what life threw at her, she never gave up. Listen in to hear Sheila's astonishing journey to success that allows her to live full out.

Our final caller, Sarah, wants to know how she can continue to be social in college while being in a fully online environment. Nancy tells Sarah that she has to put herself out there online like how she would in real life. Nancy also encourages Sarah to get creative and use her voice in order to reach out to others. In addition, Sarah can search other online platforms like facebook groups to make new friends. Tune in to hear how you can utilize online resources in order to make friends virtually.

Perhaps you are feeling unmotivated in your career. Or maybe you want to prioritize achieving your aspirations. Being driven is about setting goals and planning, as well as being versatile in order to prepare for unexpected situations. Remember that it is never too late to change and find what you want most in life. When you strive to reach your goals and ambitions, you can steer life in the direction of living full out.
Oct 24, 2020
Learn How Finding Your Purpose Can Guide You To Living Full Out
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The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari can assist you in finding your purpose in life.
Maybe you feel stuck in a rut in your classes. Perhaps you want to start your own business or begin a new relationship. By being versatile and reading life’s road signs, you can discover your ambition and thrive.

Our first caller, Elaine, needs advice on how to meet new people and establish friendships after moving. Nancy recommends she try to make a goal every time she goes out to leave with one new friend and to exchange numbers with them. Listen in to hear how you can become clear in your objectives in order to accomplish your goals.

Our inspirational guest, Lori Marini, was a pathologist assistant for 20 years, until 2017 when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. Throughout Lori’s journey she has had to make many difficult life decisions. Two weeks after her diagnosis, she went into surgery to get a bilateral mastectomy. Prior to her surgery, Lori had to decide whether she wanted to freeze her eggs to have kids in the future or get implants. Later on, she also had to figure out whether she would stay on her medication, despite the side effects. Now, Lori is a certified life coach and helps empower other women to fall back in love with life. Tune in to hear how Lori maintained a positive mindset and the motivation to chase after her dreams, while navigating life’s hurdles.

Our final caller, Attiyya, is looking for advice on how to maintain her values and rise above situations in which her beliefs are being dismissed by others. Nancy reminds Attiyya that people stay in your life for three purposes, for a reason, a season or forever. Listen in, to hear how you can create a community that will support and stand by you.

Maybe you want to start your own business, but feel like it’s out of reach. Perhaps you’ve always wanted to travel to a different country or go skydiving. By trusting your heart and feeding your passion, you can accomplish your aspirations and live full out.
Oct 17, 2020
Learn How Being Grateful Gives You The Strength To Live Full Out
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The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to appreciate your present. Maybe you feel stuck in a rut at work. Perhaps you are struggling with letting go of a past relationship. By embracing change and determining what knowledge you can gain from it, you can find your inner strength and thrive.

Our first caller, Carole, needs advice on how to travel safely during the holidays, due to the current pandemic. Nancy recommends she look for compromises she can make with her family members, such as adjusting plans to accommodate for driving. Listen in to hear how you can seize the day, while navigating life’s challenges.

Our inspirational guest, Brandon Leuangpaseuth, was 20 years old when he suffered a near death experience due to a car accident. Brandon had to be put into a medically-induced coma as he sustained a broken jaw, nose, and collarbone along with a traumatic brain injury (TBI). After the incident, Brandon battled depression while going through rehab for his injuries. Now, Brandon is a freelance copywriter and living by his motto “take it one day at a time”. Tune in to hear how Brandon found and maintains the tenacity to push through adversity and chase after his dreams.

Maybe you want to start your own business or begin a new relationship, but feel like it’s out of reach. Perhaps you wish you were performing better in your studies. By being grateful for what you have and establishing how you can benefit from life’s hurdles, you have the strength to overcome life’s obstacles and live full out.
Oct 10, 2020
Learn How Being Resourceful Can Guide You In Living Full Out
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The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to become more resourceful. Maybe you want to be better at problem solving when a difficult situation arises. Perhaps you are doubting your ability to offer support to others when they need help. When you are able to properly utilize your strengths and talents you are able to be more productive and live full out.

Our first caller, Justin, is wondering what makes someone feel unstoppable. Justin is a senior in college and is currently applying to internships for the summer, but he feels immense pressure because he is competing against students from schools with more prestige. Nancy reminds Justin that the first place to start is his confidence and remembering what skills and talents he has to offer. Nancy also encourages him to do research on the company and interviewer beforehand, to show dedication and diligence. What makes somebody unstoppable is creating a positive impact on others. Tune in to hear how you can gain confidence and create a memorable impression in an interview.

Our inspirational guest, Susan DeLorenzo, has overcome multiple recurrences of breast cancer. She was first diagnosed with this cancer at the age of 38. At the time her son was only 18 months old, and she was deeply worried about whether or not she would be able to watch him grow up. Susan has since become a cancer survivor and has overcame many additional adversities along the way, like the dwindling relationship with her ex-husband. Despite the painful experiences and challenges Susan has faced, she always chooses to retain an optimistic outlook on life. Listen in, to learn how Susan used her support system, resources, and faith to conquer the difficulties she has experienced.

Our final caller, Patricia, wants advice on how she can better support minorities and people of color who face continuous inequitable treatment. Nancy reminds her that the most impactful way to serve others is through kindness. Treating everyone you meet with compassion will allow you to create stronger connections, which can lead to change. Tune in to hear how you can assist people by always showing generosity and leading by example.

Perhaps you are lacking confidence in your ability to complete a project or pass an upcoming exam. Maybe you want to become more proactive in your education and career. Being resourceful enables you to tackle challenges head on while coming up with creative ways to overcome them. This development of problem solving skills allows you to assist others as well as yourself, which are essential aspects of living full out.
Oct 03, 2020
Learn How You Can Live Full Out By Identifying Life Lessons
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The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari can assist you in identifying and learning from life lessons. Maybe you feel stuck in a toxic relationship. Perhaps you want to begin a new career, but worried about where to start. By looking back at a situation and determining what knowledge you can gain from it, you can move forward and thrive.

Our first caller, Amy, needs advice on how to balance her family’s health and well-being as a mother during COVID. Nancy recommends she journal, so that she can reflect upon her experiences and insights to give to her kids. Listen in to hear how you can navigate and grow from the obstacles you face.

Our inspirational guest, Kristen Parisi, was paralyzed in a car accident at the age of five and uses a wheelchair full-time. Due to her disability, she struggled with bullying throughout her childhood. Kristen learned to invest in her mental health after suffering from depression due to a bad breakup and hard time in her career. Now, Kristen is an award-winning disability and media expert, writer and public speaker. Tune in to hear how Kristen created her positive mindset and the confidence to chase after her dreams and overcome challenges in life.

Our final caller, Alicia, is looking for advice on how to become a well rounded applicant for future job employers. Nancy advises she go onto LinkedIn, find professionals with her dream job, and reach out to them. Listen in to hear how you can connect to others to gain knowledge from their experiences.

Perhaps you want to go after a certain career, but you feel like it’s out of reach. Maybe you are struggling with letting go of a past relationship. By appreciating your present and establishing how you can benefit from life’s hurdles, you can live full out.

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Sep 26, 2020
Discover How You Can Overcome Loneliness and Become More Secure As You Live Full Out
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Episode: 2019.5

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to overcome your loneliness. Maybe you just moved towns, and its hard to make new friends. Perhaps you are struggling with a bad break-up and are single for the first time in a while. Its important to note that everyone goes through these struggles. We should seek out the activities that bring us joy and fill that lonely space to live full out.
Our first caller, Bryan, needs advice on how to market himself and grow in the music industry. Nancy suggests that Bryan focus on finding his strengths and to learn from his musical peers. Tune in to listen on how you can find your own abilities and branch out to others.
Our second caller, Kirsten is struggling with taking an unpaid internship in a new city or working at camp with her friends where she would make some money. She is nervous about trying things out in a new city. Nancy urges Kirsten to follow her heart, as either choice will open her up to new possibilities. Listen in to hear how you can decide when you’re facing a tough decision alone.
Our inspirational guest Nancy Nettles has had a lifetime of struggles, from being sexually assaulted at a young age, her sister being murdered, and relationship challenges. After moving to a new city, she became sick, lost her job, and was homeless. Feeling hopeless, she attempted suicide multiple times. However, she always found comfort in journal writing and music. With the assistance of therapy, she was able to rebuild her life and get back on her feet. Listen in to hear Nancy’s journey as she overcame her struggles with loneliness.
Our final caller, Bridget is unsure how to start a new career given her kids are in college. Nancy encourages her to maintain excitement for ‘life’ and ask others who have experienced this for advice. Listen in to see how you can take on a new career.
Maybe you’ve always wanted to move out of your hometown. Perhaps you have few people to turn to for advice. It’s important to find things you are passionate about that bring joy during the tough times. By trusting your heart, and persevering you can overcome this sense of loneliness and live full out.
Sep 25, 2020
Learn How You Can Overcome Feeling Hopeless As You Live Full Out
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The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari can support you when you are feeling hopeless. Maybe you recently lost your job and are having trouble finding a new one. Perhaps you are struggling to move on from a difficult situation or past relationship. When you are feeling lost and dejected, remember that it is important to reach out to others. Having someone there for you can help manage the worries and loneliness you might be feeling. Being able to overcome the pain and difficulties, enables you to become less stressed and more optimistic.

Our first caller, Kale, is diagnosed with Narcolepsy and wants to know how she can stay motivated and energized for her athletic work and school. Nancy recommends that she sets a certain time aside each day to focus on something that gives her comfort. Taking an opportunity to focus on oneself, uplifts you and gives you a boost of energy to take on the tasks for the day. Tune in to hear how you can utilize hobbies in order to replenish your energy.

Our inspirational guest, Amanda Webster, experienced a lot of hardship in her life with moving, feeling like an outcast in school, and tragically losing both of her parents when she was only in her early twenties. One top of that she also faced sexual assault, taunting, and bullying from others because of her bisexuality. After the loss of her parents Amanda became depressed and went through some dark moments, almost taking her life. Despite the challenges, Amanda learned the importance of talking to others and being ok with grieving. Listen in to hear Amanda's story of how she was able to overcome her hopelessness and change her life for the better.

Our final caller, Alichia, wants advice on how she can keep her work and resting spaces separate, especially during this time when most of us are working from home. Nancy recommends that she finds a way to switch up her environment and ambiance. She could also change the place where she works from time to time. Maybe take her work outside or in another room. Nancy also reminds Alichia to embrace this free time we have at home and to live in the movement. Tune in to hear how you can shake things up in order to make your daily tasks more exciting!

Perhaps you are feeling stressed about the future or a financial situation. Maybe you are going through a dispute with someone close to you. Overcoming hopelessness is about talking to others and getting support, while also finding the power to move on. We all experience different adversities throughout our lives, but it is important to take those challenges and learn from them, rather than dwell on them. Finding guidance and strength during hardship gives you the opportunity to let go, allowing you to live full out.
Sep 19, 2020
Discover How Opening Up Can lead You Closer To Living Full Out
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Episode: 2019.5.4

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to open up with others to live full out. Maybe you feel that people will have a hard time understanding what you are going through. Perhaps you feel that your voice will fall on deaf ears. By taking a leap of faith, you will be relieving yourself of the burdens you are carrying.


Our first caller, Darly, is on his last semester of college and he is worried that he will be jobless after he graduates. He wants to know how he can best prepare for this transition. Nancy advises Daryl to view each job as a new experience and as a step closer to his ideal career. Listen to Nancy guide you on the importance of living in the moment to declutter your mind from future stress.

Our second caller, Raj, wants to get a fulltime job after his internship ends. He feels that people look down on him for being absent in the workforce. Nancy suggests making a list of his strengths and skills that he can relate to the career that he wants. Tune in to hear Nancy’s suggestions on connecting with local professionals and constructing a plan to reach your goals.

Our inspirational guest, Meera Vijayann, opens up and shares with us her experiences with sexual assault. When she was only 10, she was violated by her math tutor, but kept quiet about it. She knew that it felt wrong. She continued facing sexual abuse multiple times in her life time. However, she was finally able to find her voice two decades later. Listen in to hear how Meera gained the strength to speak up and call upon others for assistance.

Our last caller, BreShae, feels like she is taking a step backwards because she is moving in with her parents after living five years on her own. Nancy suggests that BreShae changes her mentality and views this as a positive experience. Use this time to save up money and to come up with a plan of action. Tune in to hear Nancy explain how to adjust your perspective to be more optimistic and enjoy the moments with your loved ones.

Maybe you are struggling with finding your voice. Perhaps you have a hard time being honest with others. Even though speaking out is hard to do, believe in yourself and acknowledge your strengths. By opening up to others, you can begin leaning on them for support and live full out.
Sep 18, 2020
Discover How Pushing Through Difficult Times Guides You To Living Full Out
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The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari can assist you in persevering through difficult times. Maybe you feel stuck in a rut at work. Perhaps you want to begin a new relationship, but worried about where to start. By focusing on your goals, you can overcome the obstacles you face and accomplish your dreams.

Our first caller, Seida, recently joined a company and needs advice on how to establish a business plan that will help her succeed in her new leadership position. Nancy reminds Seida to set an intention for each of her meetings and to think outside of the box for how to build stronger relationships within the team. Listen in to hear how you can anticipate possible hurdles in your life and find creative ways to navigate them.

Our inspirational guest, Chris Mitchell, has faced many challenges throughout his life. Chris was born with a constricted aorta and cataracts. He has since taken on ADHD, speech impediments and an ischemic stroke, which caused him to lose the ability to stand, walk, dress himself and more. However, he has learned to adapt and overcome these obstacles. Now, Chris is a self-published author, a speaker and the founder of #DefineYourself. Tune in to hear how Chris has created a positive mindset and maintained the strength and motivation to push through adversity.

Our final caller, Brandon, is looking for advice on how to balance being immuno-compromised while looking for a new job and graduating from college. Nancy recommends he look at job sites, such as upwork.com, and google how companies he is interested in are adjusting to the pandemic, so he can show how he can best contribute to their organization. Listen in to hear how you can put your best foot forward when entering the next chapter of your life.

Perhaps you wish you were performing better in your studies. Maybe you are struggling with overcoming a break up. By reaching out for support from friends and family or taking time to re-energize yourself, you can move forward, conquer your everyday and live full out.
Sep 12, 2020
Learn How You Can Live Full Out by Creating Opportunities
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Episode: 2019.5.3

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to creating more opportunities for yourself. Perhaps you are struggling at moving up in your current job or that you are finding it challenging to adjust to a sudden change in your life. By learning how to create opportunities for yourself, you can live full out.

Our first caller, Tiffanie, needs advice on how to get back to her artistic side. Nancy suggests that she find time to commit to her art. Listen in to hear how you can create opportunities for yourself by prioritizing what you love through better time management.

Our second caller, Evelyn, is struggling with juggling spending time with her family and focusing on her demanding job. Nancy urges her to ‘pay her dues’ and understand that this job is temporary in order for her to get her dream career. Tune in to hear how using positive thinking can help you grow in the face of adversity.

Our inspirational guest, Sharon Sultan Cutler, has had to start her life over and over again. It seemed that as one door closed, Sharon had to open another on her own. In her first marriage she dealt with abuse for more than a decade. After separating from her husband, she focused on her children’s child-care by creating her own nanny service. Later on, she found out that her business partner tried take her business from under her, and her son passed away in a tragic accident. Despite this, even at the ripe age of 70, she decided to write her own book. Listen in to hear Sharon’s amazing life journey as she overcame her failures and ‘started over’ by creating opportunities for herself.

Our final caller, Tony, is dealing with a long distance break up from his significant other. Although they mutually agreed to separate, Tony is worried the distance may cause their friendship to fade away. Nancy advises him to let partnership grow and blossom organically. Listen in to how you can create new opportunities in your relationships by building upon existing ones.

Maybe you’re struggling with finding a new career; perhaps you don’t know what to do after being denied from your ‘dream school’. It’s important that as one door closes, you find another one to open. Through positive thinking, perseverance, and time management, you can generating more opportunities for yourself and live full out.
Sep 11, 2020
Learn How You Can Rise Above Difficult Times in Your life and Live Full Out
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The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to embrace the present. Maybe you are struggling with letting go of a past relationship. Perhaps you want to start a new career but worry about the risks. By learning from the obstacles you have faced or mistakes you have made, you can personally grow.

Our first caller, Sarida, needs advice on how to meet new people after graduating college. Nancy recommends she consider what kinds of relationships she is looking for and to go out and join new groups. Listen in to hear how you can create a community that supports you in accomplishing your goals.

Our inspirational guest, Michelle Dickinson, played the role of child caregiver to her mother who struggled with bipolar disorder. She also knows first-hand what it feels like to deal with mental illness after experiencing her own depression due to challenging life events. Now, Michelle uses her past to educate others on mental health and to change the stigma along with it. Her story is documented in her memoir, entitled Breaking Into My Life. Tune in to hear how Michelle utilizes the challenges she faced and rises above them.

Our final caller, Debbie, is looking for advice on how to adjust to life as an empty nester. Nancy suggests she get out of her comfort zone and search for new hobbies she can enjoy with her extra free time. Listen in to learn how you can adapt to changing circumstances and seize new opportunities.

Perhaps you wish you were performing better in your studies. Maybe you feel like you are stuck in a rut at work. By focusing on your present goals and being clear with your intentions, you can accomplish your aspirations and live full out.
Sep 05, 2020
Learn How Living Full Out Will Guide You To Knowing Your Potential
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The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari can provide you with guidance to knowing your potential. Maybe you are feeling unsure about what makes you unique. Perhaps you want to further develop your talents and abilities in order to assist others. Being able to find your potential allows you to create stronger relationships and will give you a greater sense of purpose.

Our first caller, Lindsey, wants to know how she can remain positive at work when faced with reduced hours, pay furloughs and her coworkers generally being unhappy. Nancy advises her to take her positively to inspire coworkers to be optimistic. Nancy also encourages Lindsey to remind others to live in the moment and that they are doing their job well and are making an impact. Tune in to hear how you can support others during uncertain times.

Our inspirational guest, Marna Michele, was born with a rare condition called Arthrogryposis that affects the muscles and joints. She is unable to walk and uses a wheelchair. Despite the challenges Marna has faced, she is always able to remain optimistic and find new ways to look at difficult situations. When she was called “crippled” as a kid, she was able to take the word and claim it, rather than let it offend her. Marna was also able to find her potential in life through her passion in music and using her voice as an advocate for disbaled people. Listen in to hear Marna’s story and how she uses her strength and voice to achieve her dreams.

Our final caller, Daniel, wants advice on the best ways to deal with stress when communicating with others. Nancy advises him to try different styles of communication. People have different ways of retaining information. Maybe try writing a letter or an email. Nancy reminds Daniel that it is important to have balance when giving constructive feedback. Compliment their strengths as well as where to improve. Tune in for tips on how to communicate effectively.

Perhaps you feel uncertain with your purpose in life. Maybe you want to change career paths to something you are more passionate about. Knowing your potential can help improve relationships with family, friends, or in the workplace. When you know what your strengths are you are able to face adversities, handle challenges with grace, and live full out.
Aug 29, 2020
Discover How Being Determined Guides You to Living Full Out
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The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari can guide you to become more determined. Maybe you feel unsure about changing career paths. Perhaps you feel driven toward a goal but you are hesitant in achieving it. By utilizing self confidence and determination will allow you to accomplish your dreams.

Our first caller, Angelina, wants to know how she can overcome her bad habit of procrastinating. Nancy advises her to take time to mentally prepare herself for her upcoming exams. Instead of studying the night before, start sooner and pretend the date for the exam is a day earlier. Tune in to hear how you can take your power back and overcome procrastination.

Our inspirational guest, Ryan Hudson-Peralta, was diagnosed with a birth defect called Congenital Limb Deficiency. This birth defect caused him to have severely shortened arms without hands and shortened legs. Despite his disability, Ryan is full of determination and self confidence. He always finds ways to overcome challenges and improvises. Ryan is now a devoted husband and father of two. His perseverance also allowed him to thrive and become a skilled web and graphic designer. More of his story can be at, https://lookmomnohands.com. Listen in to hear Ryan's story and how he used determination to reach many of his dreams.

Our final caller, Heather, wants to know how she can become more organized while working from home and being her own boss. Although Heather admitted that she doesn’t currently have many clients, Nancy suggests that she takes this time to prepare for when the clients start filling up her schedule. Nancy also advises that Heather focuses on one task at a time to prevent from being overwhelmed. Tune in to hear how you can be more organized and retain focus.

Maybe you are feeling unproductive. Perhaps you want to make improvements in your life but you are apprehensive in taking action. By focusing on what you want and developing a strong sense of purpose will allow you to become more determined. With perseverance you will be able to keep going even when obstacles arise, therefore empowering you to live full out.
Aug 22, 2020
Learn How Being Driven Can Provide The Energy To Live Full Out
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Episode: 2020.6.30

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari can give you the motivation to chase after your goals. Perhaps you feel like you lack the inspiration to follow your dream career. Maybe you require more energy to succeed in your studies. By harnessing your ambitions, you can find your purpose in life.

Our first caller, Ryan, is concerned about going back to school and how to navigate through the uncertainty of this upcoming year. Nancy advises him to reach out to others in his prospective field and sport who have faced similar obstacles and ask for assistance. Listen in to hear how you can create a community that will support you in maneuvering future hurdles.

Our inspirational guest, Gigi Stetler, was a child of divorce and poverty at the age of eleven. Despite this, her childhood dream was to become a millionaire and receive approval from her father. At the age of sixteen, Gigi was leading a construction company and gaining her dad’s attention, but he passed away soon after. Then, at twenty-one, Gigi was stabbed twenty-one times by a man she employed at the first apartment building she had purchased. However, this was only one of the near-death experiences she faced, as the father of her child attempted to murder her by driving their car through the front of their shared home. Throughout all of these hardships, Gigi has managed to achieve her vision of becoming a millionaire, raising a son and continues to say she’s the luckiest person in the world. Tune in to hear how Gigi maintained the drive to follow her desires in life.

Our final caller, Katheryn, is looking at how to stay positive throughout this global pandemic. Nancy reminds her to think about what brings her joy and to set aside time for self-care. Listen in with Nancy to learn how you can reassure, guide and coach yourself and those around you.

It could be that you have found your relationship with your significant other to be stagnant. Maybe you wish to acquire a new job that fulfills your aspirations. By being unafraid to take a risk and move forward in our lives, we can achieve our objectives and live full out.
Aug 15, 2020
Discover How You Can Live Full Out By Healing From Your Past
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The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari can support you with healing from your past. Maybe you were bullied when you were younger and you are still carrying the negativity with you. Perhaps you feel frustrated and wish you could go back and change something that happened previously. Letting go of these past events will allow you to become stronger and more joyful.

Our first caller, Chris, would like to know how he can best support those who suffer from racial injustices. Nancy advises him that he can start by taking the time to listen to their experiences. By giving others the chance to share their story and perspective, they are also educating people who might not understand what they are going through. Tune in to hear how you can assist someone who has gone through a difficult experience.

Our inspirational guest, Sandy Phillips Kirkham, was sexually abused by her youth minister at her church when she was a teenager. This betrayal left her confused and broken. The experience also ruined her faith and left her ashamed because she was forced to leave the church she loved. Sandy has since become an author and uses her voice to assist other victims of clergy sexual abuse. Listen in to hear how twenty-seven years later Sandy was able to confront her abuser.

Our final caller, Makaela, wants advice on how she can maintain a good social life and keep busy while living alone and working from home. Nancy advises her to take this time as an opportunity to better herself. She can take up new hobbies, edit her resume, take online classes, or exercise and practice self care. Tune in to hear how you can be more productive while living alone and working remotely.

Perhaps you feel weighed down by an adverse experience from your past. Maybe you are looking for motivation to focus on personal growth and becoming more positive. It is important to remember that the past doesn't define you. Take those negative emotions and events and learn from them. Healing from the past and sharing your personal experiences to help others, will empower you to find your purpose and live full out.
Aug 08, 2020
Learn How You Can Live Full Out by Finding Your Way Home
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The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari is here to assist you with finding your way back to your home. Perhaps you have been estranged from a particular family member for a long time. It could be that you have found it difficult to fit in at your new job or school without an established support system. By taking risks and reaching out to others, you can establish a safe space.

Our first caller, Attiyya, wants to know how to build consistency with exercising, even on days when she lacks motivation. Nancy reminds her that the key to being healthier is to have an image of how you want to feel or look. Listen in to see how by taking baby steps toward your goal and envisioning your success, you can accomplish any task.

Our inspirational guest, Norman Plotkin, has faced infidelity, cancer, and death several times. When he was 25, Norman lost his younger brother in a car accident and separated from his first wife. Norman decided to get back on his feet and process his grief by living with his mother and father. He refocused and found himself motivated to finish his associate degree in memory of his brother. Just as his life seemed to be going well, Norman was diagnosed with cancer at 47 and he initially beat it. Normalcy evaded him, however, when he found out cancer returned and that his second wife was having an affair. He would go on to ultimately win the war with the disease and publish a book titled Take Charge of your Cancer, but soon faced the passing of both his mother and father. Despite these trials, Norman found the peace he through mediation and was filled with gratitude that he had the opportunity to return home and care for his parents as they cared for him. Tune in to hear how Norman found power in living with his family.

Our final caller, Andres, needs advice on how to avoid being discouraged by the job search process. Nancy recommends using LinkedIn as a resource to connect with established professionals and interview them about their career path to gain insight into possible jobs. She encourages him to also ask them what they might have done differently. Listen in with Nancy to find how to discover your dream job.

Maybe you are scared about transitioning into a new stage of your life, like moving away from home. Perhaps you need to fix your relationships with those closest to you. By being forgiving to yourself for any mistakes you may make along the way and understanding that these allow you to grow, you can live full out.
Jul 25, 2020
Learn how being proud of who you are guides you in living full out
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The Living Full Out show with Nancy Solari encourages you to be proud of yourself and your accomplishments. Maybe you are struggling to have confidence and take ownership of your decisions. Perhaps you keep comparing yourself to others and devaluing your achievements. Taking pride in yourself and feeling satisfaction with your efforts is part of living full out.

Our first caller, Parisha, asks how to navigate being in a friendship with three people without leaving someone out. Nancy tells her to communicate how she is feeling with her friends. She also advises Parisha to give her friends examples of when she felt excluded. Additionally, Nancy recommends to mention why she appreciates the friendship and to ask her friends if there is a reason why she is sometimes left out. Listen in to hear how you can use communication to strengthen friendship.

Our inspirational guest, Chelsea Pete, was born with a rare condition called Sturge-Weber syndrome. This neurological disorder caused her to have a large wine stain birthmark covering the left side of her face, and she has glaucoma in her left eye. Doctors had told her parents that she had a fifty percent change of living and fifty percent chance of being mentally stable if she survived. Chelsea overcame all the odds and has become an advocate for people with facial differences and is a mother of two. Tune in to hear Chelsea’s journey to self love and how she uses her birthmark as a source of pride and motivation.

Our final caller, Caroline, recently got out of a long term relationship and is looking to get back into the dating scene. She asks Nancy for tips on how she can retain confidence. Nancy advises Caroline to look back at what has worked for her and what hasn’t in terms of dating. Nancy also asks her to recognize her greatest attributes and what she admires about herself. Listen in to hear how you can use self-assurance to accomplish more.

Maybe you are feeling discontent with your career or relationship. Perhaps you have been hard on yourself lately and think you haven’t done enough. By taking time to celebrate the moments in your life and what you have accomplished, you will feel proud of who you have become. If you do feel unsatisfied then maybe it is time for a change. When you make adjustments in your life you are able to open new doors to opportunities. When we have pride in ourselves we are able to become more passionate and grateful, which is important for us to live full out.
Jul 18, 2020
Learn How Being Positive Opens Doors to Living Full Out
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The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari can provide you with advice on how to maintain positivity. Perhaps you are going through a difficult breakup and feel hopeless. Maybe you lost your job recently and you’re having trouble finding another. Being thankful for the positives in your life, no matter how small, can provide you with confidence and strength to get through tough times.

Our first caller, Rae, was determined to get promoted by the end of this year, but she feels that the pandemic and working from home has hindered her plans. She wants to know how she can stay motivated to achieve her goals despite the challenges. Nancy reminds Rae that she is full of energy and that she can turn that energy into action. Nancy advises her to take that energy and paint a picture for her bosses of what she could do as director. Turn in to hear how you can take action to reach your goals in stressful situations.

Our inspirational guest, Christina Flach, experienced a lot of grief and sadness in her life with the death of her loved ones. As a kid, Christina stayed by her mother’s side while she battled cancer, her infant son Beau passed away on Christmas morning, and in 2018 her husband, professional tennis player Ken Flach, died from Sepsis. Instead of staying negative and angry, Christina chose to grieve in a positive way. Christina does this by honoring her loved ones and striving to stay optimistic. She continues to find strength though her faith and her children. Listen in, to hear how Christina stays motivated to live life to the fullest.

Our final caller, Tayanna, wants to know how she can protect her mental health during hardship. Nancy reminds Tayanna that it's important to step back and refocus on the positive in our lives. She also advises Tayanna that she can use this time to work on her goals to stay inspired. Tune in to hear how you can use your aspirations to remain focused during times of uncertainty.

Maybe your plans for the future have been changed by unfortunate events. Perhaps you recently lost someone close to you. These times can be tough, but it is important to remember to stay hopeful. We are unable to change the past, but we can impact our perspective in the present. Life is too short to be angry or dwell on the negative. When we strive to remain positive we are able to overcome hard times and live full out.
Jul 11, 2020
Discover how planning for the future guides you in living full out
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Episode: 2020.6.24

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari can provide you with advice on how to better plan for the future. Perhaps you are worried about upcoming career plans and retirement. Maybe you feel anxious when starting a new chapter in your life. By planning out your future you can alleviate stress and achieve your goals.

Our first caller, Emma, who is in the middle of going through a breakup and was rejected from job offers, wants to know how she can find the motivation to keep going. Nancy reminds Emma of her strengths and that she needs to trust what happens in life, there is a reason behind everything. Listen in, to find out how you can embrace life's experiences and learn from them.

Our inspirational guest, Kiesha Greaves, was diagnosed with Limb-girdle muscular dystrophy, a chronic illness affecting movement in the entire body. Through support from family and friends, Kiesha learned to accept her condition. She did not let muscular dystrophy stop her. Kiesha learned how to prioritize her ambitions to prepare for the future despite disability. She now is an advocate and spreads awareness about muscular dystrophy while pursuing her dreams in the fashion industry. Tune in to hear how Kiesha learned to take the changes to her body and found solutions to allow herself to thrive.

Our final caller, Jenny, wants to start her own business and find the confidence to follow her dreams. Nancy recommends that Jenny should find a mentor to look up to and learn how they achieved success. She also reminds Jenny that confidence comes from within. Listen in, to learn how you can believe in yourself in order to achieve your goals.

Maybe during this time you are going through hardships. Perhaps in the midst of the difficulty you are uncertain on how to stay motivated for the future. We all experience challenges at some point, but the hard times allow us to plan for the years to come. By learning from the past we can improve our lives and live full out.
Jul 04, 2020
Discover Tips on Living Full Out by Being Grateful
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The Living Full Out show with Nancy Solari encourages you to think about the people or things that you are grateful for in your life. Perhaps you failed to obtain the dream job you were aiming for originally. It could be that you and your partner are in a fight. By remaining grateful for the positives in your life, you can overcome the obstacles you are faced with.

Our first caller, Joe, needs advice on types of activities to participate in during quarantine. Nancy reminds him of the importance of alternating between alone time and enjoying board games with others. She also recommended him to switch up the atmosphere in his house or apartment by opening a window or playing cards by candlelight. Tune in to hear how it is possible to enjoy life in a new way by looking at your situation in a different light.

Our inspirational guest, Kechi Okwuchi, is a Nigerian-born singer who lived through a plane crash on December 10, 2005. She was one of two survivors out of a total of 109 passengers. She suffered third degree burns over 65% of her body and had undergone multiple intensive surgical procedures in South Africa. Instead of succumbing to survivors’ guilt, Kechi decided to keep moving forward and honor the lives of those who passed away by continuing to work and accomplish her goals. She relied on her faith and family as a support system, and finished high school in America and went on to college. She later auditioned for America’s Got Talent and became a top 10 finalist. Listen in to hear how Kechi speaks about how she is thankful for the wonderful people who assisted her through her obstacles, making her a better person.

Our final caller, Parisha, needs recommendations on how to decline her mother’s cooking in favor of healthier options so she can lose weight. Nancy advises her to start slowly and ask her mother to make small changes to the meal, like leaving the salad dressing to the side. Another option Nancy suggested was preparing a separate meal from her family while still eating with them. By taking control of your physical wellness, you can live an active and joyful life.

Maybe your plans or goals for the future have changed unexpectedly. It could be that you were hoping to travel around the world but had to use the money you saved for an unplanned event. If we instead cherish the little moments with the people we love, it can be more priceless than any scheduled trip. By being grateful for the happiness found in everyday life, we can live full out.
Jun 27, 2020
Learn how you can live full out by being focused
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Episode: 2020.6.23

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari can show you how to be more focused. Perhaps you find it difficult to concentrate on your goals in school. Maybe you have felt distracted while working on an important project. By organizing your professional and personal life, you can accomplish your dreams.

Our first caller, Zahir, needs advice on how he can best support his growing family. Nancy reminds him of his natural skills of caring for others like his family and friends. She also emphasizes on how it's normal to be scared of change. Tune in to hear how you can learn to embrace the unknown.

Our inspirational guest speaker, Thomas Iland, was diagnosed with autism at the age of 13. Through support and encouragement from his family, he learned to accept his situation. While autism is a large part of his life, Thomas’s talents define him more than his diagnosis. By maintaining a strong focus on his goals, Thomas was able to be his own hero and accomplish his dreams. Listen in to learn how you can become your own hero and stay focused on your aspirations.

Our final caller, Jeremy, is looking for advice on how he can be better prepared financially for his family, taking in consideration the uncertainty in the world right now. Nancy advises him to set aside a budget for future expenses. She also tells him the importance of being there for his family. Being a support system for others can make a significant impact on someone's life. Tune in with Nancy to learn how you can financially plan and support others for the future.

Perhaps at the moment you feel like you are struggling to find a focus in your career.
Maybe it is difficult for you to have a clear goal in uncertain times in your family. We all need a personal checklist to guide us on our path through life. By staying on track we can accomplish our aspirations and live full out.
Jun 13, 2020
Learn How By letting Life Unfold, You Can Live Full Out
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The Living Full Out with host Nancy Solari is here to assist you with letting your life unfold. Maybe you are frustrated with your inability to obtain your dream job or school the first time you apply. It could be that your personal goals seem farther away than ever while you are stuck in your routine. By understanding that every setback and detour from your life path happens for a reason, you can live full out.

Our first caller, Joyce, needs advice on how to find the motivation to continue her education at 50 years old. Nancy reminds her that age could assist in her path forward because she could use her experiences to relate to other people like her trying to understand how to code as well. Listen in to learn how to continue expanding your horizons even as you grow older.

Our inspirational guest, Laura Cadieu, has bipolar 1, meaning she has periods of depression and mania. She first started noticing symptoms when she was 25 years old and inexplicably went off to France. When she returned home though, she had to deal with the consequences of her spending and a move to a new location. The condition worsened to the point that she was having delusions and had to check herself into a mental hospital. After meeting with therapists, journaling, and coming to understand her limits, Laura now is successfully working a part-time job at a healthcare company. Tune in to learn how taking chances will assist in your life unfolding.


Our final caller, Nilton, wants to know how to continue trusting in a relationship during the quarantine. Nancy recommends that he maintains faith in his partner and to believe in people until they prove otherwise. She also encourages him to consider giving second and third chances. Listen in to understand the importance of having confidence in those we care about.

It could be that your career turned out differently than you expected it to. Perhaps an event altered your life in an unanticipated way. By trusting that the unpredictable hurdles and problems that you face will enhance your personal growth, you can live full out.
Jun 06, 2020
Discover how being an original can guide you to Living Full Out
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Episode: 2020.6.21

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to be original. Maybe you’ve been searching for that skill to set you apart from your coworkers. Perhaps you want to make a change to form new relationships. By focusing on what makes you unique, you will be able to accomplish your goals.

Our first caller, Tanuja, will graduate soon and is nervous about finding a job with the uncertainty surrounding the pandemic and worries about a recession. Nancy recommends that Tanuja thinks about her special strengths and communicates them to potential employers. Tune in to hear how to put your best foot forward when starting a new chapter of life.

Our second caller, Sophie, wants to know how she can stay motivated and productive while taking classes online. Nancy recommends to Sophie that she treat the lessons as if they were in-person, and that she take advantage of the times when she is most productive. Listen in to learn how to give it your all as you follow your desires in life.

Our inspirational guest, Peggy O’Neill, was born with Dwarfism and stands at only 3 feet 8 inches off the ground. Around 4th grade, people started to notice that Peggy was very short for her age. From then on, her dwarfism started to become a source of teasing, anxiety, and insecurity that compounded over time. At her darkest moment, Peggy experienced suicidal thoughts and reached out for support. After looking into her heart past negative ideas about who she was and what she could do, Peggy discovered that everyone, including herself, is a diamond, born to be original. After that revelation, she was able to accept herself and follow her dreams. Tune in to hear how Peggy learned to stand tall and realized her best self.

Our final caller, Christine, is finding the extended quarantine stressful, and wants to know how to relax or better connect with others during these times. Nancy advises her to think about what she can do to bring a smile to her face. She also suggested that Christine consider calling old friends and revitalizing her relationships. Listen in with Nancy to hear how to adapt to changing circumstances and seize new opportunities.

Maybe you are hoping to start a novel business. Perhaps you’re feeling lost in your education and unsure of what you want to pursue. By emphasizing your strengths and being an original, you can achieve your aspirations and live full out.
May 30, 2020
Discover How Believing in Yourself Can Give You the Momentum to Live Full Out
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The Living Full Out show with Nancy Solari encourages you to believe. Maybe you are struggling with your self-identity and finding who you are. Perhaps you are trying to move on from your past relationship but are conflicted with your emotions. By having faith in your-self you will gain the motivation to Live Full Out.

Our first caller, Sherika needs advice on how to overcome the fear of self-doubt in a big city. Nancy tells Sherika to make a list of attributes because it allows her to see her skills that are unique to her. Listen in to hear how you can discover your self-worth and confidence.

Our second caller, Toni is looking for advice on how to have faith when it comes to new journeys in life and being able to be comfortable. Nancy advises her to find distractions in life or someone who is going through a similar journey to talk about it. Tune in to hear how you can put aside fear by communicating with others to help yourself trust your decisions.

Our inspirational guest, Michael Molthan battled with alcohol and drug addiction since he was a teenanger. In 2009 he lost his family and job and ended up in prison. While in prison he was able to forget about drugs and alcohol and found God instead. He learned to focus on the present and what is in his control. Listen in to hear how Michael overcame addiction by finding the strength from God.

Our final caller, Noemi is looking for advice on how to handle certain issues with her children without showing favoritism. Nancy advises her to sit down with her children when one of them did something right and the other did wrong but also bring a different situation in that is stronger so there is a balance. Tune in with Nancy, to learn about how to handle issues in life and understanding how to overcome these obstacles.

Maybe you’ve always wanted to be an artist instead of being a lawyer. Perhaps you want to move out of a small town to a big city but fear that you are making a bad decision. The key is to be true to yourself and do what makes you happy. You have to trust that what you want in life is possible in order to live full out.
May 23, 2020
Learn How Masking Your Pain Can Prevent You From Living Full Out
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The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to share your pain instead of masking it. Maybe you feel the need to hide your true feelings from those around you. Perhaps you avoid admitting when you are upset because you want to keep from being a burden in others’ lives. By sharing your emotions with others, you will free yourself to focus on living full out.
Our first caller, Tony, needs advice on engaging in life after her children have graduated high school. Nancy advises that she go to the people closest to her and ask for their opinions on her skills and capabilities. Tune in to discover how you can find where to go in the next chapter of your own life.
Our second caller, Luke, has been looking for a job and wants to know how to stay motivated to keep that search going. Nancy tells him to keep his own physical and mental health in mind during this process. Listen in to hear how to stick to your objectives while staying true to yourself.
Our inspirational guest, Brittany Shelton, who grew up dealing with sexual and domestic abuse all through her childhood, is on the show sharing her story for one of the very first times. At age 16, she had her first sip of alcohol, which, in addition to drugs, eventually became one of the major ways she coped with the trauma she had experienced. After years of substance abuse that derailed her life, she found assistance through a 12-step program which gave her the tools and connections she needed to fight her vices. Now, having been sober for over a decade, Brittany is living happily with her husband and three sons. She started a blog called Discovering Beautiful, where she shares her life experiences, and recently, she has also published a book, Discovering Beautiful, in which, like her blog, she talks about her struggles with trauma and addiction. Tune in to hear how Brittany found the strength to open up about her experiences.
Our final caller, Christina, had an embarrassing experience many years ago where she broke down in front of a group of people, which she has been unable to get over. She asks how she can change her perspective to overcome that disappointment and free herself of the burden of that memory. Nancy reminds her that often, the people who show their emotions have a much greater impact on those around them than the ones who hide what they feel. Listen in to learn how you can shift your viewpoint on your own bad memories.
Maybe you feel closed off from your friends and family members. It could be that you’re afraid to open up and share the pain you’re feeling. If you take a chance and talk to someone else about what you’re going through, you can start building a support group that will assist you when you are feeling down. When you put your emotions out in the world, you give yourself the opportunity to overcome your struggles and live full out.
May 16, 2020
Discover How Learning from Your Journey Can Bring You Closer to Living Full Out
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Episode: 2020.6.17

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to learn from your journey. Perhaps you have been dealing with a string of difficult life decisions. Maybe you have felt like your career could be more fulfilling, but you find it hard to obtain a new job. When you take the time to understand the moment, you will succeed even more in the future.

Our first caller, Rocky, wants to find out how to be less bored during the COVID-19 pandemic. Nancy tells him one of the best ways he can overcome this dullness is by setting a tangible, little goal to accomplish and keep him busy. Listen in to hear how you can combine relaxation with productivity to make the most of your days.

Our second caller, Debbie, is struggling to juggle her work with the kids also being at home. Nancy reminds Debbie that you have to find a space that is yours and to dress like she is going to her job in business casual clothes. Tune in to hear how you can balance your professional career with your personal life in a healthy and disciplined manner.

Our inspirational guest, Bob Wieland, was serving in Vietnam as a soldier when on June 14, 1969, he stepped on a detonator and lost both his legs. He was initially declared dead, but the doctors at the hospital managed to save him. When Bob returned to the United States, he decided to enroll in physical education courses at California State University in Los Angeles. Despite the department head denying him at first due to his physical limitations, Bob proved him wrong after running up 37 sets of stairs on his hands. Through Bob’s reliance on his faith and continued focus on his goals, he accomplished everything from powerlifting competitions to competing in nine marathons. He is now training for another one in New York at the age of 74. Listen in to hear how “Mr. Inspirational” overcame all obstacles on his journey through life.

Our final caller, Maddie, is looking for advice in finding a career where she can make an impact. Nancy advises her to write down measurable steps to achieve her goal and map how she is going to be an agent for change. Tune in with Nancy to listen how with deliberate planning and organization, you can make a substantial difference in the world.

Maybe you’re overwhelmed by work and childcare now that everyone is staying at home. Perhaps you are worried about being in a new situation on your own for the first time without any friends or family to guide you. Even though these new feelings may be formidable, by accepting our experiences as opportunities for growth, we can live full out.
May 02, 2020
If You Are Uncertain of the Future by Turning to Others for Support You Will Be Able to Live Full Out
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Episode: 2020.6.16.

The Living Full Out show inspires you to embrace the future and overcome your fears. Whether you are worried about getting that promotion or finding the love of your life, it’s important to contemplate the times ahead and find a support team to assist you in accomplishing your goals.

Our first caller, Janica, has been feeling anxious when thinking about her life. She is nervous about what’s to come after college and finding the perfect career. Janica wants to know how can she stop worrying about the future and live in the present? Tune in to hear Nancy explain why Janica should create a vision board to navigate her along her path.

Our second caller, Jahisha, just graduated and is about to start her pro athletic career. She feels that she has a lot to prove and financial pressure is catching up to her. Jahisha asks how she can bring the best out of herself without getting caught up in the stress of it all. Listen to Nancy describe the importance of prioritizing and conquering tasks one at a time.

Our inspirational guest, Gerda Saunders, was diagnosed with dementia at the age of 61. Although it forced her to retire from her job as a college professor, Gerda didn’t let her memory loss take over her life and she developed ways to cope with it. Listen to hear how Gerda has discussed with her family about what to do when she loses her memory.

Our final caller, Shell, has a son who still lives at home. Shell feels that her son is financially stable and can afford his own place, and she wants him to start living an adult life. Shell asks Nancy what she can do to get her son motivated to take the next step to live on his own. Hear Nancy suggest creative solutions for Shell to put responsibility into her son’s hands.

Perhaps you are skeptical of your future and feel as if certain circumstances are holding you back. Focus on your state of mind and being optimistic. By choosing to embrace the future, you can overcome any obstacle and live full out.
Apr 25, 2020
: Discover How the Feeling of Loneliness Can Be Minimized by Believing in Yourself and the Support of Others
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Episode: 2020.6.15

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari wants to support you in your times of loneliness. Perhaps there was a time where you felt alone in a painful situation. By reaching out and opening up, you will realize there are people experiencing the same issues you are. You can fight difficult times with the help of others who understand.

Listen in to our first caller Cameron, who fears the difficulties of having to find a new group to spend time with since his previous friends have shut him out. Nancy advises Cameron to reach out to one of his former friends to get an understanding of why they no longer communicate and use that knowledge to connect with others. By realizing that people can outgrow each other, Cameron can move on. He can join school clubs and other social groups to meet new companions and build stronger relationships.

Our second caller is Emily, a recent college graduate who moved back home. Emily is struggling with how to respectfully communicate with her parents about maintaining independence. Nancy instructs Emily to come up with a manageable way to contribute to her parents. Changing the arrangement so that it is more professional will allow Emily’s parents to understand that giving her freedom is necessary.

Our inspirational guest is Jonathan Berenguer, who has faced several tragedies such as the death of his parents when he was a child. Jonathan was able to overcome dark times by looking up to role models who taught him to be the best version of himself. Finding faith in God allowed Jonathan to realize his purpose. Through hard work and stepping outside of his comfort zone, Jonathan was able to achieve success and see the value in life.

Our last caller Petria is having difficulty maintaining a healthy relationship with her mother due to their opposite viewpoints. Nancy tells Petria to agree to disagree with her mother. Petria can come to an agreement with her mother on which topics they should avoid and which they enjoy discussing together. When Petria and her mother come to a disagreement, she can ask a third person to mediate the conversation by giving their unbiased opinion.

Maybe you felt that others would have difficulty relating to your tough circumstances. Surround yourself with caring people and lean on them in times of need. By building a support system, you can overcome loneliness and live full out.
Apr 18, 2020
Discover How Embracing Who You Are Can Open Doors to Living Full Out
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Episode: 2020.6.13

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to embrace who you are. Perhaps you are unsure of the first steps to accomplish a goal. Maybe you find yourself at a crossroads between following your passion or doing something someone else expects from you. By striving to be your ‘best’-self you can unlock doors and break down barriers in order to live full out.

Our first caller, Brad, recently finds himself split in the middle of conflicts between his brother and parents. He asks Nancy for advice on how to maintain a healthy relationship with both parties since this is causing him emotional stress and strain. Nancy suggests that he be supportive of his brother and parents, but urges him to remove himself from the arguing in order to thrive. Tune in to hear how by focusing on self-care you can grow as a person in order to accomplish your goals.

Our second caller, Alan, is unsure of his plans after college—everyone keeps asking him what he wants to do, and it is stressing him out! Nancy urges him to embrace being unsure of his post-graduation aspirations and be honest, open and vulnerable. Listen in to hear how you can weather the unknown by living in the moment each day.

Our inspirational guest, Jackson Bird, publicly came out as transgender in 2015. In his own podcast, Transmission and YouTube series, “Queerstory” he has committed himself to amplifying the voices of transgender people and breaking down the negative stigma attached to their experiences. Tune in to hear Jackson’s incredible story, and how he was able to take the steps to transition which started by embracing himself.
Our final caller, Quinn, plans on taking a gap year between high school graduation and his first semester of college. In order to pay for school, he is realizing it is difficult to find a job that speaks to him. He asks Nancy for advice on how best to approach this situation. Nancy urges him to do what it takes, and that any job he picks, is not his ‘forever’ job. By zeroing in on what you want to accomplish you can take the necessary steps to fulfill that goal.
Maybe you really want to pursue a music career but are nervous about how people will judge you. Perhaps you are gearing up for a job interview but are feeling under-qualified. Remember, you owe it to yourself to embrace who you are and highlight the special aspects that only you bring to the table. By doing that, you can create opportunities for yourself and live full out.
Apr 04, 2020
By Doing What it Takes, You Will Have the Momentum to Live Full Out
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Episode: 2020.6.12

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to do what it takes in order to accomplish your goals. Perhaps you are trying to achieve your dream career. Maybe you envision your relationship in a particular way. Even in the face of extreme challenges, by doing what it takes, you will have the momentum to live full out.

Our first caller, Francis, is a recent engineering graduate and is struggling at finding a job. He asks Nancy how he should approach this. Nancy suggests that he find his “unique selling point” and to ask others in the engineering field for advice. Tune in to hear how you can do what it takes to find that first job.

Our second caller, Indu, always planned on becoming a programmer like her parents. However, in college she struggled with her computer science classes and feels lost because of this. Nancy advises her to follow her passions, try different occupations, and embrace taking risks. Listen in to hear how doing what it takes means finding your own path in life.

Our inspirational guest, Jason Schechterle’s life completely changed on the night of March 26th, 2001. Traveling at over 100 miles per hour, a taxicab crashed into the rear end of Jason’s patrol car. The car burst into flames, and trapped him inside. Through a series of miraculous and fateful circumstances, Jason survived the crash and ensuing physical and emotional catastrophe. He suffered severe burns, and had to endure over 50 surgeries in order to have the ability to accomplish simple daily tasks. Listen in to hear Jason’s amazing story as he overcame this major life setback by doing what it takes to succeed.

Our final caller, Jaren, wants to broaden his horizons and travel more. But the comforts that his small town affords has caused him to feel complacent. Jaren asks Nancy for motivation in order to push him to get out of his routine. Nancy encourages Jaren to release the obligations that are holding him back. Tune in to hear how figuring out what it takes can motivate you to go after your dreams.

Maybe you are struggling on how to start a new career. Perhaps you really want to get into a particular school or master’s program. It’s important that as the obstacles and challenges start to pile up, you do what it takes to accomplish these goals, and live full out.
Mar 28, 2020
Learn How You Can Find Your Purpose In Living Full Out By Being A Source Of Strength For Others
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Episode: 2020.6.11

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to find your purpose by being a source of strength for others. Maybe your friend is going through a rough patch and is asking you for help. Perhaps you have been feeling down and lost your ambition. By taking the time to check in with others and being there for your loved ones you can live full out and find your life plan.

Our first caller Amber just found out that her graduation has been canceled and she is devastated. She wants to know how she can find the motivation to finish her semester when there is nothing to look forward to. Nancy advises her to put together her own party or mock ceremony with all her friends. Nancy reminds her that by doing this she can make it more personalized and provide relief in this hard time. Tune in to hear how you can find a silver lining during this stressful time.

Our second caller, Olivia commutes four hours everyday to her job and is wondering how she can optimize her time during this. It is hard for her to stay optimistic with her career because of how difficult her drive is. Nancy tells Olivia to create different playlists depending on her moods, download audio books, or use this time to catch up with old friends. Tune in to hear how you can multitask and be productive during your free time. l
Our inspirational guest, Kevin Briggs has been through numerous low points in his life, but managed to find a motive by helping others in need. At just twenty years old he was diagnosed with testicular cancer, at twenty six he lost his mom to lung cancer, late thirties he suffered head trauma in a motorcycle accident, and lastly he was diagnosed with depression. Kevin had to persevere through rough patches all throughout his life and when he became a highway patrol officer at the golden gate bridge he found his motivation for life. He was able to talk people off the ledge and save their lives which led him to become a mental health advocate. Kevin gives talks around the country about how to provide support for others and lead them down a positive path. Listen in to hear how you can find your purpose by being a source of strength to others.

Our final caller Audrey seeks advice on how to determine when to put her needs before others. She wants to know when she should put aside her wants to listen to her friends rather than putting herself first. Nancy reminds her that she can only give as much as she has and that she must honor her own needs. Audrey should guide her friend to identify other people they can turn to when she is unavailable. Tune in to hear how to balance putting yourself first or catering to your friends desires before your own.

Maybe you’re starting at a new job and want to make a good first impression. Perhaps you are struggling with classes and are feeling unmotivated. We all go through times in life when we feel down, but turn to your friends to lift your mood. Being there for your friends can lead you to find purpose and strength in your own life and guide you to living full out.

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Mar 21, 2020
Discover How You Can Live Full Out by Using Humor to Get Through Difficult Times
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Episode: 2020.6.10
The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to use humor to get through difficult times. Maybe you’ve been feeling unmotivated for work in the mornings. Perhaps you have finals coming up and are feeling anxious about studying. By taking the time to enjoy yourself and laugh with friends, you can alleviate stress and push through the hard times.

Our first caller, Farah is anxious about the coronavirus and wants advice on how to cope with her anxiety in this isolating time. Nancy advises her to go with her best judgement and continue to live her life while staying healthy. Nancy reminds her to see the bright side and stay social by talking on the phone to lessen her worries. Tune in to hear how you can cope with anxiety and continue living full out.

Our second caller, Katy is struggling with her dating life because she thinks her standards are too high. Katy sometimes wonders if there is someone out there that is better suited for her. Nancy tells Katy to take a break from her partner and use that time to evaluate her connection and decide if she is truly happy with that person. Listen in for advice on your own relationships and decide what is best for you.

Our inspirational guest, Drew Lynch was just 20 years old when his life dramatically changed. He was injured during a friendly game of softball, resulting in a permanent stutter. Drew is a comedian and thought this stutter would stop him from accomplishing his dreams, but he persevered through that uncertainty. He used humor as an outlet as he adjusted to his new condition and his comedy club became a community for him. Drew continued to chase his dreams without taking others’ comments too personally, and he continues to take things moment by moment and live full out. Listen in to hear how you can get through a rough patch with humor and a good group of friends.

Our final caller, Gloria has been struggling to feel like her old self ever since she battled breast cancer. She is seeking advice on how to cope with her depression and regain ambition. Nancy guides Gloria by telling her to focus on the positive moments from her journey and ask her friends to remind her of all the amazing qualities she has. Tune in to the show to hear how you can overcome adversity.

Perhaps you’re in that first stage of dating someone new, and want to make a good impression. Maybe you want to pick up a new hobby, but are unsure of how to fit it in your schedule. We all have times that we feel stuck or anxious about life, but finding humor in everyday situations can lighten the mood and guide you as you live full out.

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Mar 14, 2020
Learn How Competing with Others Can Elevate You To Live Full Out
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The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to grow by competing with others. Perhaps you are working towards a promotion against other colleagues. Maybe you are an athlete and need to outperform the other team for your next game. Healthy competition is what motivates you to be better and try even harder. When you put your best effort in to what you do, you are living full out.
Our first caller, Yassi, has just applied to colleges, and is wondering how she can deal with the anxiety and possible disappointment of being rejected. Nancy says to act as if she has already been accepted to her dream school, as this will make her feel calmer. Tune in to learn how you can cope with the anxiety of waiting to hear back from a spot you are competing for.
Our second caller, Samantha, is wondering how she can focus on her studies, rather than spending more time going out with friends or picking up extra shifts at work. Nancy advises her to remember how awful it felt the last time she procrastinated and use those past memories to become more organized and prepared. Listen in to hear how you can learn from your previous mistakes to improve the way you manage your schedule in the future.
Our inspirational guest, Abbey Curran, was born with cerebral palsy (CP), which affects the muscles in her legs and the way she walks. Despite her impairment, she worked to follow her passion of participating in pageants and became Miss Iowa USA 2008. She is the first person with a disability to compete in the prestigious Miss USA competition. When she entered her first pageant, she received a lot of negative feedback due to her handicap. Regardless of what anyone said, she continued to believe in herself and pursue the path she wanted. Tune in to hear more about Abbey’s experiences with living with CP throughout her childhood and during her pageant competitions and how she refused to let this health condition get in the way of accomplishing her dreams.
As Nancy closes the show, she relays that when faced with competition, you should learn to shut it out and let your passion guide you to success. Discover how you stand out and how you are different from those around you. Listen in to learn how you can view competition as a way to improve yourself rather than as a barrier.
Maybe you notice that based on everyone’s pictures on your social media feed, they are all having more fun than you or that you wish you could be them. Perhaps you feel that you need to act a certain way to fit in and get what you want, rather than be who you are. Put the competition aside and look at how you are unique and what strengths you have to contribute to others. Find where you thrive in your life and be your authentic self through living full out.
Mar 07, 2020
Learn how you can create your own path as you live full out
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Episode: 2020.6.8

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari guides you as you create your own path in life. Maybe you feel trapped in your current job and it’s been years since you received a promotion. Perhaps your family has wanted you to join their business since you were young, but you want to go to school and discover other options. By stepping outside of those limitations, you are able to find the route in life that works best for you while also inspiring others to follow their passions.

Our first caller, Naomi, is a teacher searching for tips on how to confront parents of kids with possible special needs. Nancy recommends that, to start, Naomi searches the internet for success stories related to the disability or problem at hand. If she can share those stories and focus on positive outlooks, it will be easier to address the issue and get the child the support they need. Tune in to hear how you can overcome complicated situations and improve communication in your own life.

Our second caller, Terra, is dealing with anxiety and wants to know what she can do to help herself when she is feeling overwhelmed. Nancy encourages Terra to remember that she’s overcome these feelings before and can do it again. Nancy continues to explain that Terra should focus on what she has control over rather than what is out of her hands. Listen to learn how you can overcome stress in your life and enjoy a more peaceful mind.

Our inspirational guest, Jeff Float, became legally deaf as a young child after battling meningitis. Despite this, at age seven he discovered his passion for swimming, and soon developed Olympic aspirations. He learned many different tricks to help him overcome his deafness in the pool and was surrounded by supportive parents, role models, and swim coaches. After 17 years of training, Jeff qualified for the Olympics and was allowed to compete for his country in 1984, where he and his team were awarded the gold medal in the 4x200 meter relay. By chasing his dreams and creatively overcoming his hearing disability, he was able to create his own path, which led him to phenomenal achievements. Tune in to learn more about Jeff’s story and how he’s taken his future into his own hands.

Our final caller, Trish, suffers from bouts of depression and needs advice for how to talk to her husband about her mental health. Nancy suggests that Trish approach the conversation in a way that will be most effective in getting her points across to her spouse. Nancy also recommends that Trish break up the information-sharing into several smaller pieces to give her husband time to process and react appropriately. Listen in to learn how you can gracefully address uncomfortable topics with your friends and family.

Maybe you’re struggling to rediscover your passion. Perhaps you’ve always wanted to learn how to dance. Many of us have sat and watched as the chances to try new things fly past, but you can take control of your future years. By creating your own path in life, you provide yourself with the opportunities and time you need to figure out what makes you happiest as you live full out.
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Feb 29, 2020
Learn how you can live full out after making difficult decisions
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The living full out radio show with Nancy solari provides tips and advice to assist you when making difficult decisions. Perhaps you are unhappy in your career and want to pursue something new. Maybe you are in a relationship that feels like it is not advancing. It is important to remember that letting go and starting fresh can guide you on a path to happiness and personal growth.
Our first caller Choe, is seeking guidance about whether maintaining a long- distance relationship is worth it or if she should end it. Nancy tells her that she should listen to her doubts that she is having and assess if it is an intimate relationship or a friendship. Listen to Nancy’s advice on how to best manage a relationship.
Our next caller, Amber, is wondering what type of questions that she should be asking during a job interview. Nancy suggests that she inquiries about the mission goals and the history of the company. Tune in to gain information about preparing for a potential job.
Marcia Phipps is our inspirational guest who is sharing her story about being a survivor of domestic violence. The first assult was in 2008. After being released from the hospital she bailed him out of jail because she felt addicted to him although he realized he was not good for her. Feeling like she was losing herself and being described as looking hollow on the inside, Marica finally decided to end the relationship. In 2013 while spending the day out with her mother she was called to come home because he said her daughter needed her.
Upon arriving home, he began to hit her with his fists and attempt to strangle her. Relying on her faith she called on god to give her strength to get through this. She found the energy to fight him off enough that she could run to a neighbor’s house for help. Tune in to hear more about Marica’s story and how she is moving on.
Our final caller, Danielle, is inquiring about staying close to friends even when one of them relocated further away. Nancy shares that staying connected can be as easy as sending a voice text to say I’m proud of you or mailing postcards from your travels. Listen to learn how you can show loved ones that you appreciate them.
Maybe you have been diagnosed with a chronic illness that will interfere with your ability to work. Perhaps you have recently lost your job and find yourself in a financial bind. Keep in mind that you can learn from the challenges you face and use them to live full out.
Feb 22, 2020
Doing What It Takes to Live Full Out
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Episode: 2020.6.6

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to do what it takes to live full out. Have you ever felt like you needed something to change in your life, but you were nervous about taking that first step. Perhaps you’re having trouble with your boss and are hesitant to stand up for yourself in their presence. When you gather the courage to do or say what’s best for yourself, you are able to live a satisfied and more relaxed life.

Our first caller, Virna, wants advice on how to balance caring for her elderly mom while continuing to move forward with her own life. Nancy recommends Virna gather a support team to help her maintain that stability in her own life while still keeping her mom as a priority. Listen in to hear more about how you can adjust to stressful situations with the help of others and still enjoy your own life.

Our second caller, Alondra, is wondering how she can make the most of her college years. Nancy emphasizes the importance of social events mixed in with school studies. Nancy also recommends taking the opportunity to explore new interests while in school and practice self care. Tune in to learn about how you can take advantage of each experience in your life.

Our inspirational guest, Ed Gavagan, was walking around New York City’s streets when he was violently stabbed by some teenage gang members. A lucky survivor of a deadly attack, Ed’s recovery process was far from easy. Through physical therapy psychological support, however, he was able to do what it took to keep moving forward and get past this tragic incident. Listen in to hear more about Ed’s inspirational story and how he’s come back to face the world with phenomenal positivity.

Our final caller, Meghan, wants to know how to balance chronic pain with her busy school and work schedules. Nancy suggests that Meghan listen to her body and try to plan more strenuous activities during times of that day when her pain is at its lowest. Tune in to learn how to balance all of life’s complications.

Maybe you’ve always wanted to go back to school, but weren’t sure how to juggle everything else in your life. Perhaps you’ve been trying to get into a relationship, but are too nervous to ask someone. We all have times when we’re hesitant to make the next step or add something onto our plate. When you learn to just go for it and do what it takes to make you happy, you will be able to actualize your dreams and live full out.
Feb 15, 2020
Discover How You Can Live Full Out By Learning from Your Past To Make A Difference
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The living full out show with Nancy Solari teaches you how learning from your past can allow you to make a difference. Perhaps you remember a time where you made a decision that ended up being a mistake. Perhaps you want to provide advice for someone else who is in a similar situation as you were. It is important to remember that mistakes give us opportunities to grow and learn from them.

Our first caller, Marina, is seeking advice about how to give guidance to her sons but avoiding crossing being overbearing. Nancy advises her to sit down and ask what cand do to help them and establish healthy boundaries .Tune in to learn how to prevent yourself from cross the line while effectively communicating with a loved one.

Our second caller, Valerie, is asking for guidance as she tries to balance taking care of children and having personal time. Nancy tells her to try to incorporate a nap in the evening to rest her eyes and become recharged. Listen in to discover how being self-aware will allow you to manage your time wisely.

Our inspirational guest, Linda walls, is a survivor of stalking. When Linda was 22 years old she endured physical, mental and emotional abuse from her partner and the father of some of her children. In December of 1989 her four young children passed away due to a house fire caused by her ex. Using her master’s degree in communication she has developed a workshop called “stalking self-defense.” Listen in to hear how Linda walls overcame this abuse and took her power back.

Our final caller, nick, is inquiring about how to avoid becoming easily attached to people who come into your life. Nancy recommended that he allows the people who wronged him to serve as an example for what qualities he does not want in a friend. Tune in to learn how to navigate getting involved toxic relationships.

When you are able to identify ways in which you have grown from your past, you can pass along wisdom to others. By being able to empower loved ones and provide support you will be able to create a legacy by living full out.
Feb 08, 2020
Discover How You Can Live Full Out by Evolving Into Who You are Meant To Be
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Show Number #1: (11:00AM – 12:00PM PST) (2:00-3:00PM EST)
Show Theme: Evolving Into Who You Are Meant To Be
Show Title: Discover How You Can Live Full Out by Evolving Into Who You are Meant To Be.

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari offers guidance as you evolve into who you’re meant to be. Maybe you aren’t satisfied with the career path you chose years ago and are looking to explore new options. Perhaps you’re trying to stick to those New Years Resolutions. Whatever it may be, when we allow ourselves to take a second and think about what we want to be, we are able to refocus and pursue our goals with a new passion.

Our first caller, Philip, is hoping to learn how to cope with the stress he feels at his new, highly involved job. Nancy advises Philip to think of a role model to draw inspiration from. Nancy also encourages him to remember what qualities of his own led him to be hired by this new company. Tune in to learn more about how to handle feelings of overwhelm.

Rocky: motivation to get up in mornings
Our second caller, Rocky, wants advice on how to find the energy to get out of bed in the mornings. Nancy first reminds Rocky of the importance of sleep after an exhausting day. Nancy also recommends that Rocky draws motivation from his interests, and should reach out to loved ones if he’s unsure what those may be. Listen in to hear ways you can tap into a passion to find your purpose in life.

Our inspirational guest, Jordan Grahm, weighed a max of 450 pounds at just 21 years old. He says his binge eating began around first or second grade, and continued through high school. At age 14, he suffered the devastating and unexpected loss of his mother, and his life spiraled out of control, falling into patterns of reckless eating and behavior. Years later, Jordan was hit head-on by a drunk driver, and it woke him up to the need to make changes in his life. After the accident, he began introducing physical activity into his life, and now has lost 200 pounds. Listen to learn more about Jordan’s story and how he was able to overcome his obsessive eating habits.

Our final caller, Caitlin, is wondering how to get over the anxiety she feels as a voice-over talent. Nancy encourages her to remember that she was hired for her talent and to have faith in herself and her dream. Nancy also mentions that sometimes the emotion that comes through in Caitlin’s voice can add personality and can work to her advantage. Tune in to learn how to play to your strengths as you pursue your dreams.

Maybe you’re hoping to break out of a life you’ve outgrown and explore new interests. Perhaps you’re trying to be the best parent, neighbor, or friend that you can be. We all have a purpose, and when we explore our strengths, we are more likely we are to discover our best selves and make a positive impact. Growing into who we’re meant to be provides a sense of fulfillment and allows us to live full out.
Feb 01, 2020
Learn how managing loss can enhance your self-esteem as you live full out.
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Show Number #1: (11:00AM – 12:00PM PST) (2:00-3:00PM EST)
Show Theme: Managing Loss
Show Title: Learn how managing loss can enhance your self-esteem as you live full out.
Episode: 2020.6. Episode #1

The Living Full Out radio show with Nancy Solari teaches you how to manage loss. Maybe you are dealing with the recent passing of a loved one. Perhaps you just ended a long-term relationship. It is important to remember that surrounding yourself with support will allow you to feel comforted.

Our first caller, Lanisha, is seeking advice on coping as her oldest child goes off to college. Nancy reminded Lanisha that there are many ways to stay in touch such as sending care packages and video calling. Tune in to learn how you can stay close to someone when they move away.

Our second caller, Marco, is asking about steps he can take to manage his time more efficiently. Nancy tells Marco that he can start making changes in his life to overcome procrastination by being proactive. Listen to this show for tips on how to become more ambitious.

Our inspirational guest is Fran Sandin, who struggled with her faith after the passing of her two sons. Jeffery was her youngest who died of Meningitis at 17 months old. At 29 her oldest, Steve, was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis and later renal disease. By the age of 43 he passed due to complications from Cystic Fibrosis. These events led Fran to begin questioning her faith. By using her feelings she wrote a book dedicated to this experience named See you later Jeffrey. Instead of being defined by these events Fran used them to become more appreciative of what she and her family has. Tune in to hear how trusting your faith can bring you peace.


Our final caller is Jacob, who wants to put himself back in the dating game for the first time since a rough breakup. Nancy tells Jacob to envision the ideal person for him and take the chance. Listen in to find out how taking a risk can lead you to many new and exciting relationships.

Maybe you have recently lost a job and need to change directions with your career. Perhaps you had to separate yourself from a toxic friendship. When dealing with any sort of grief, it is useful to reflect on the positive memories and be grateful for the time you had. Learning lessons from the difficult times in your life is how you can live full out.
Jan 04, 2020
Learn Tips for How to Strengthen Your Will Power so You Can Live Full Out
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Episode: 2019.5.Episode 47

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to find ways to strengthen your will power. Perhaps you are unsure of the first steps to accomplish a goal. Maybe you find yourself in a difficult place in a current relationship. By strengthening your will power, you can find creative solutions to difficult challenges in order to live full out.

Our first caller, Mike, is struggling with starting his day off right because it seems daunting. He asks Nancy for advice on how to stay motivated throughout the day. Nancy suggests that he find a job that allows him to adjust his schedule around his nighttime routine. Tune in to hear how you can find the strength to get your day started in order to go after your goals.

Our second caller, Sam, considers herself to be an environmentally oriented person. She is grappling with ways she can take action and keep the beaches clean! Nancy advises her to start by making one commitment, and build on that. Listen in for ways in which you can take the first step and go after your passions.

Our inspirational guest, Allie Cashel, has been living with symptoms of Chronic Lyme Disease since she was 7. Throughout the years, Allie has required lots of medical attention and decided to write a book: Suffering the Silence: Chronic Lyme Disease in an Age of Denial. Allie shares with us her amazing story, including her trials and tribulations, and how she was able to find the grit to keep moving forward. Tune in to hear how she was able to cope and live with this disease.

Our final caller, Sandra, has been in the same industry for most of her career, and although she likes her job, its not her passion. She asks Nancy on what she should do. Nancy urges her to move forward and write her own story, or else she may say “what if” for the rest of her life. Listen in to hear how you can find the necessary strength to make a career change.

Perhaps you are unsure on how to get up and get your day started. Maybe you really want to change careers but are afraid of the risks. If you find ways to strengthen your will power you can do anything you set your mind to, open doors for yourself, and live full out.
Dec 28, 2019
Learn How Living Full Out Can Be Attained Through Determination By Going After Your Dreams
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Episode: 2019.5.Episode 46

The Living Full Out show encourages you to persevere and remain determined to live full out. Perhaps you’re dealing with the stresses of everyday life and need to persistently strive to do your best. Maybe there are setbacks that continue to arise that make you feel as if you prevent you from achieving your goals. It is important to find that tenacious energy and call upon others for support in order to keep moving forward in your life.

Our first caller, Joe, is struggling with life after graduating from university and seeks advice on what to do if he misses his chance to continue on in school. Nancy suggests ways to discover skills by writing them down and learning new ones too. Nancy shares the different avenues he can pursue and to trust the process he’s going through. Tune in to hear Nancy guide you on how to gain new skills to open the door to diverse opportunities.

Our next caller, Ashley, has a huge decision coming up and wants to reduce the stress and focus on staying positive. Nancy coaches her to practice self-care in order to slow down and be more open to others. Listen to Nancy advise how to put yourself first before dealing with other people’s problems.

Our inspirational guest is Chad Hymas, whose life changed when a 2,000lb hay bale shattered all the bones in his neck leaving him a quadriplegic. The night before the accident, Chad and his wife went to sleep upset at one another. The next day, he sent apologies using music and his wife asked him to come home early. Before he went left work, Chad went to move a hay bale when the tractor malfunctioned. Hear how he was determined to work through the mental fight to think positively and accept assistance from others.

Our final caller, Jeremiah, is feeling stressed from his loans and wants to network to find his dream job as a writer. Nancy gives suggestions on how to research people that are doing what he wants to do and find out what path they took. Listen to Nancy recommend strategies to excel in your career to reach your goals.

Maybe there was a time you felt like stress was overwhelming you and you had the weight of the world on your shoulders. Perhaps your thoughts have been on the negative side and you believe that there are dead ends everywhere. Switch to positive thinking and trust the process. By knowing that there are many paths and doors to be taken, you can remain determined and begin to live full out.
Dec 21, 2019
Learn Tips on How to Live Full Out Through Patience
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Episode: 2019.5. Episode 45

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari guides you to be more patient in your life. Maybe you’ve made some healthy lifestyle changes, but you aren’t seeing the results you want. Perhaps you go above and beyond in your job and it never seems to pay off. If you are willing to endure difficult times with grit and determination, the outcome will be even more gratifying in the end.

Our first caller, Glen, is seeking the key to developing a better attitude about life. Nancy explains how each person’s values and principles are shaped by their own individual experiences. Tune in to hear how evaluating the balance in your life can give you a better perspective.

Our second caller, Anna, has been having trouble falling asleep at night, which leaves her feeling disrupted in the mornings. Nancy suggests that she choose certain rituals to help her relax at night, such as writing down her thoughts, drinking tea, or listening to a peaceful playlist. Listen to find out how you can make your bedroom a personal sanctuary and enjoy the restful sleep you deserve.

Our inspirational guest, Mandy Meehan has been living with chronic illness and fighting for her health for a few years now. Mere weeks before her wedding day, Mandy’s life took a sharp turn when she started to feel sick – and she didn’t get better. Mandy eventually resolved to stop working her dream job so she could focus on healing. By altering her nutrition, exchanging support with others, and living with tenacity and hope, Mandy is continuously discovering new ways of managing her condition. Today, she educates and inspires others to live healthier by sharing her story on social media.

Our final caller, Amber, is graduating college in the spring and is unsure of her next step. She feels pressured by her family for answers and wants them to take a step back. Nancy advises that Amber turn the conversation around and ask her family members about times they were unsure of what was coming next. Listen to hear how you can alleviate stress about the future by experiencing life in the moment.

Maybe you’re frustrated with someone in your life because it seems they will never change their bad habits. Perhaps you’ve lost hope because you’re tired of playing the waiting game. When you can trust the process and believe that everything will work out exactly as it should, that’s when you can Live Full Out.
Dec 14, 2019
Discover How Not Giving Up Allows You to Live Full Out.
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Episode: 2019.5.Episode #44
The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari guides you to find ways to not giving up. Perhaps you wanted to switch your career. It is crucial to follow your dreams and believing that things will work out in the end.

Our first caller Kaitlin is looking for advice on how to manage a long-distance relationship. Nancy reminds her that there are many different delivery methods to keep in touch with each other and also recommends sending a care package with some of their favorite things. Listen in to hear how you can keep your love alive and strong.

Our second caller, Julie is looking for advice on how to maintain a positive attitude despite going through difficult times. Nancy tells Julie to try and look beyond the rough patch and to find a song that makes you feel strong. Tune in to hear how you can overcome hard times in your life.

Our inspirational guest, Mildred Muhammed is a domestic violence survivor. Her ex-husband started to emotionally and psychologically abused her. Then he kidnapped her children and took them out of the country. Eighteen months later the FBI were able to return her children. She learned that her ex-husband was the D.C. Snipper who killed 10 individuals. Mildred also found out that she was the target. Tune in to hear her story on finding the strength to overcome the abuse.

Our final caller, Maria is going through the process of moving and feeling overwhelmed about packing. Nancy advises her to have her friends help her move in order to relive stress and to get a journal that has everything like receipts and important papers, so they are in one place. Tune in with Nancy, to learn more on dealing with stress and anxiety.

Maybe you’ve wanted to start your own business but are afraid of failing. Perhaps you are going through financial hardship. Keep in mind that you are not alone, and you can make your aspirations happen by pushing past the adversities. By following your heart and not giving up you can live full out.
Dec 07, 2019
Learn How to Speed Up Your Recovery By Staying Positive and Focused On the Future
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Episode: 2019.5.Episode 43

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari wants to support you in your recovery. Perhaps there was a time where you struggled to regain your wellness. By taking small steps, you will begin to get better. Perseverance will allow you to reach your full potential once again.

Listen in to our first caller Victoria, whose parents want her to get a job although she is having difficulty finding one that she can balance with school. Nancy advises Victoria to discover what type of job would best match her schedule. Victoria can harness her skills and look at all possibilities for work. She can visit online job boards to find work that she can take pride in while satisfying both bills and her parents.

Our second caller is Karla, who feels as though she is not doing enough by being a full-time student and having a part-time job. Nancy tells Karla to diversify and dedicate time to several aspects of life instead of solely focusing on work and school. Karla can create more realistic expectations for herself. She can live in the moment and maximize the present.

Our inspirational guest is Sybil Bralley, who was hit by a vehicle and left severely injured with countless broken bones. Through the support of her husband, other family members, and her faith in God, Sybil was able to focus solely on healing. Despite her injuries, Sybil ridded herself of self-pity and achieved one goal at a time. Her experience has taught her to have a more positive outlook on life and live every day as if it is the last.

Our last caller is Ryan, who is having difficulty communicating with his roommate. Nancy instructs Ryan to be as effective and clear as possible in conversations. Ryan can ask his roommate to reiterate Ryan’s words to ensure that there is mutual understanding. He can take into consideration that it sometimes healthier to allow friendships to end.

Maybe you have experienced a period of difficulty and had trouble returning to a healthy state. Focusing on one goal at a time will allow you to reclaim your strength. By maintaining a positive attitude, you can progress towards recovery and live full out.
Nov 30, 2019
Discover How you Can Live Full Out by Learning How to Pivot in Life
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Episode: 2019.5. Episode 42

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari teaches you how to navigate making pivots in life.
Maybe you have made a major decision and are unsure if you went with the best option. Perhaps your head tells you something different from your heart, and you don’t know which to listen to. Trusting your own sense of judgement allows you to move forward with confidence and conviction in your choices.

Our first caller, Danielle, recently injured her back and is now nervous about returning to her active hobbies. Nancy reminds Danielle that pain is inevitable, and if she allows fear to control her life, she could miss out on some amazing opportunities. Tune in to hear how silencing the “what if” voice in your head can conquer your limiting beliefs.

Our second caller, Lenisha, feels overwhelmed during her long, repetitive work days and is looking for positive affirmations to keep her in the right mindset. Nancy advises Lenisha to choose the keywords that resonate with her, and repeat them to herself whenever she needs inspiration. Listen to hear how you can reassure yourself by coming up with personal mantras.

For the inspirational guest segment, the tables are turned as Nancy is interviewed by a team member, Rebecca. Nancy discusses some challenges she has faced in life, including vision loss, heartbreak, and betrayal. She reminds listeners to never lose faith in the goodness of humanity. The people around us can offer love and support, but also wisdom and lessons that make us better in the end. Nancy also shares how she started up her own business and still maintains a sense of balance. She tells listeners how they, too, can discover their life purpose, embrace the unexpected, and use their resources to achieve their dreams. Tune in and get to know Nancy while hearing some of her best tips for Living life Full Out.

Our final caller, Brian, is a 58 year old looking to make a career change, but has found himself competing with people half his age. Nancy encourages him to highlight his best assets and vast professional experience to make himself stand out from the crowd. Listen to hear how you can overcome others’ perceptions of you and show your true colors.

Maybe you’re having trouble adjusting at a new job or school. Perhaps you’re craving a change but are hesitant to take the necessary action. When you go with your gut and approach new situations with self-assurance, you are free to Live Full Out.
Nov 23, 2019
Gain Insights on Living Full Out By Accepting Life Challenges
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Episode: 2019.5.Episode 41
The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to gain insight on how to accept life challenges. Maybe you are fearful of putting yourself out there due to possibility of getting denied. Perhaps you want to quit your job or start a new business. By trusting your heart, you can overcome the difficult situations that happen in life.

Our first caller, Marco needs advice on how to build more intimate relationships. Nancy advices him to tell more personal stories so people get to know him better. Tune in to hear how you can build more significant discussion.

Our second caller Leslie is wondering if she should retire from being a school teacher and wants guidance on making the right decision. Nancy tells her to think about why she loves to teach which will allow her to determine if she could go on. Tune in to hear more advice on how you can make important life choices.

Our inspirational guest, Emily Graham shares her story of losing her son at the age of 7. Around Christmas her son became sick and his condition was worsening over time. She took him to the ER but unfortunately, he passed away from a rare genetic blood disorder. Emily went through the stages of grief and reminds listeners that everyone has their own way of dealing with a loss. Tune in to hear more about Emily’s remarkable story of overcoming the hardship by storytelling.

Our final caller, Andrea wants to know why it takes a long time to get over a break up. Nancy tells her to take back the power of letting love control her. Listen in to hear how you can move on from a past relationship.

Maybe you are having a hard time thinking positive towards your body. Perhaps you’ve had a family member or close friend pass away and are finding it hard to deal with the grief. Hardships in life happen that take time to overcome but will make you stronger and wiser. The greatest growth in life will be facing a serious problem head on so you can live full out.
Nov 16, 2019
When You Are Open With Others You Are Free To Live Full Out
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Episode: 2019.5.Episode 40

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to be more open with others. Maybe you are anxious about starting a new school, and you’re looking for someone to talk to. Perhaps you have trouble speaking to your significant other about things that are important to you. Saying what’s on your mind can guide you towards happiness.

Our first caller, Alecia, is looking for advice on sticking to a healthy diet. Nancy tells her to find a regimen that works for her by trying out different foods and seeing what her body agrees with. Tune in to hear about ways in which you can work on incorporating healthier options into your lifestyle.

Our second caller, Natalie, wants to stop procrastinating her school work. Nancy explains how she can learn from her past mistakes and form new habits that allow her to be productive and organized. Tune in to hear how planning ahead can make you feel more successful.

Our inspirational guest is Christine Pattillo, who lives with multiple personality disorder (MPD). She has six distinct people living inside of her mind. Christine kept this a secret from her parents, friends, and husband for many years. When she finally decided to open up about her experience with MPD, Christine found the love and support she needed from those around her. Listen in to find out how Christine was able to live with her six “alters” and share her experiences with others in order to create awareness.

Our last caller, Karina, is troubled by her roommate’s frequent panic attacks and wants to find out how she can be supportive without overstepping. Nancy suggests that using different methods of communication, such as leaving notes or using the “I” tone, might be a better way of reaching her friend. Tune in with Nancy, to find out how changing your approach to others can get your message across.

Maybe you’ve wanted to make a change in your life but are afraid to discuss it with your family. Perhaps you’ve been having health issues and are reluctant to talk to your loved ones. Being open minded is important because it allows new opportunities for you to learn from others so you can live full out.
Nov 09, 2019
Discover How Life Lessons Allow You To Pay it Forward as you Live Full Out
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The Living Full Out show with Nancy Solari encourages you to value everything that has happened in your life, so you can pay it forward to others around you. Maybe you have a friend that has struggled with finding their confidence. Giving support and by encouraging others can allow you to change people’s lives in a positive way so they can Life Full Out.

Our first caller Jahisha, wants to move to Texas with her boyfriend but has all her resources in Iowa for her future and wants advice on what should she do to make sure she sets herself up. Nancy tells her to take a visit to Texas and she if she is able to find everything she needs so she feels happy. Listen in to hear about the importance of finding support in life.

Our second caller Glenn is looking for advice on how to find his path to happiness. Nancy advise him to find balance in his career and relationships with others, so he can feel confident with the status of his life. Listen in to hear how you be intentional every day.
Our inspirational guest Danny Murillo grew up in a toxic neighborhood which lead him to join a gang in high school. During this time, he committed a crime with four friends that lead him to be incarnated for 14 years. One of his friends that was involved took the longer sentence, so Danny could have the opportunity to reduce his plea. In prison he was encouraged by his friend and the people there to do something with his life now that he has the chance, so he began to take college course to get a degree. After he got out he enrolled in a community college to, so he could get his AA. This led him to start an organization to guide others that have been in prison to continue their education. Tune in to hear how Danny was able to grow from his mistakes and teach others with similar challenges to finding their path to success.
Our final caller Amber is looking for advice on how to explain to her friends that she wants to focus on herself and her goals without them taking it personal. Nancy advises her to make a plan by scheduling a get together in later months or sending them a text, so they know that she still values their friendship. Tune in with Nancy, to learn how to handle different situations that involve your loved ones.

Maybe you’ve gone through a difficult relationship. Perhaps you’ve recently have had a loss and want to find happiness in your life again. The key is to see surround yourself with positive people that are able to give advice, so you are able to live full out.
Nov 02, 2019
Gaining insights on How to Live Full Out by Identifying Your Purpose From Your Past
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The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari guides you to finding your purpose in life by looking at your past. Perhaps you have wanted to switch careers but fear that failure from former experiences will follow you. It is important to remember to look back on your life to see how you grew to the person you are today that allowed you to live your life to the fullest.

Our first caller, Hannah is looking for advice on how to live more in the present and not feel anxious about her future. Nancy tells her to look back on her past and remember that she survived. Listen in to hear how you can live your life in the present without feeling anxious.

Our second caller, Eric wants to know how he can limit his time on social media. Nancy advices him to create a schedule where he dedicates certain times in the day to go on social media and when the time is up log out of your account. Listen in to hear how you can make most out of your time in your daily life.

Our inspirational guest, Tiffany Ketterman is a domestic violence survivor and shares her story of her 2 former relationships that were abusive. During her childhood she struggled finding her voice in the world, so she could stick up for herself. When she had her first relationship she would stick to the role of been in the background and being a caretaker. Her daughters’ father was narcissistic, and she knew that she could not change him and had to leave in order to take care of herself and her daughter. Her second relationship was a changeling for her to get out because he would threaten her life which resulted in her getting a restraining order.
She was able to escape and make a life for herself without living in fear. Listen in to hear how Tiffany found the strength and was able to heal from her past.

Our final caller, Tyler wants to know how to have more initiative. Nancy advices him to show up for a person in his life and surprise them so they know they can count on him. Listen in to hear how to become more active in someone’s life so you can grow as an individual.

Maybe you’ve had a former experience that brought you pain like an abusive relationship or having health issues. Perhaps you have been bullied when you were younger and were able to find a way to move on from the hurt. It is crucial to look back and identify how you grew from it, so you can share the resources to others that have gone through similar encounters. By allowing yourself to look back on your past it can allow you to look forward in a positive way, so you can life full out.
Oct 19, 2019
Live Full Out by Creating Wins in Life
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Episode: 2019.5. Episode # 37

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to create wins in life. Maybe you’re struggling with a mental illness, where some days, just getting out of bed can be difficult. Perhaps you are attempting to learn a new language or some other skill. Sometimes life is challenging and our goals take longer than we expected, but by celebrating each victory along your journey, you’ll find the motivation to make it through the setbacks.

Our first caller, Natalie, asks how she can manage stress in a healthy way when that negativity is coming from someone in an environment that should be safe. Nancy tells her to find a way to get through to that person in a way that they will understand by choosing a delivery method they will listen to. She also gives Natalie some tips on how to keep from losing hope by reminding herself that someday, she will be able to get out of that toxic situation. Tune in to hear how you can stay positive during anxious times.

Our second caller, Yury, wants to know how to balance school and life, particularly when it comes to time management. Nancy gives her a few of the strategies she personally uses to keep on top of her schedule, including planning a week or two in advance and making the next day’s to-do list the night before. Listen in to hear how to be more efficient with your time.

Our inspirational guest, Diana Moshier, was abused by her stepfather from the age of 5 to 15. To cope with the stress, she started drinking from the young age of 12 years old. Over the years, she struggled with finding herself and learning what love really meant, but eventually, she discovered peace with her past and now she strives to be there for others who have experience with abuse even as she maintains a life outside of motivational speaking, working in real estate. Tune in to hear how Diana created her wins throughout her life and found a path to live full out.

Our final caller, Anirban, asks how to find balance in his life now that he’s getting ready to start a family and he’s in the middle of his career. Nancy advises him to envision his life as a pie, with the slices representing various aspects of his life, like his relationship, his career, his social life, and any other parts he may be juggling, and then try his best to allot an equal amount of time to each slice in a given week. Listen in to hear how you can maintain balance in the different areas of your own life.

Maybe you’re working on a massive project for work or school and you feel as though tackling it is an impossible task. You might be dealing with a disability that makes just maneuvering through a room a challenging task. Get into the habit of looking at each movement forward as a reason to rejoice. By taking each day one step at a time, you will be living life full out.
Oct 12, 2019
Enable Yourself to Live Full Out by Gaining Courage
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Show Number #1: (11:00AM – 12:00PM PST) (2:00-3:00PM EST)
Show Theme: Being Courageous
Show Title: Enable Yourself to Live Full Out by Gaining Courage
Episode: 2019.5. Episode # 36


The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari guides you to finding ways to being courageous in your daily life. Perhaps you wanted to plan a trip somewhere across the world. By following your passions and putting yourself first you can be able to achieve your aspirations.

Our first caller, Dejah wants advice on knowing if she is going to succeed as a social worker. Nancy reminds her that competition is going to be there in everything we do but to make a list of traits that make her unique. Listen in, to hear how you can follow your heart and avoid self-doubt.

Our second caller Sue wants to know how to deal with empty nest syndrome. Nancy tells Sue to try and go back to an ambition she had before she had children and to remember that her children are always going to need her. Tune in to hear how you can hear how to cope with feeling alone.

Our inspirational guest, Shawn Simons was in involved in a fire that occurred on his college campus. When Shawn was a freshman there was one night the fire alarm went off, but he thought it was a false alarm. Shawn opened the door to find a burst of black smoke that entered his room. Shawn crawled past the fire in order to escape and ended up with first, second, and third degree burns to his body. Shawn went into a medically induced coma in order to treat his burns. He recovered and now gives talks around the world to talk about his story and the importance of fire safety. Listen in to hear how Shawn found strength through this tragedy and was able to put aside his anger in order for himself to heal on the inside.


Our final caller, Emily is looking for advice on how to mend a relationship with a loved one. Nancy advices her to either call, email, text or write a letter to that loved about meeting up in person to talk things out in order to get back on track. Tune in with Nancy, to learn how to have faith in the process of working through difficult times in our lives.

Maybe you’ve always wanted to go in a different career path or start a hobby that you have been wanting to do but feel afraid of what others will think. Perhaps you want to go backpacking across the world, but you feel scared to drop everything and go. Put aside your fears and remember to focus on you in order to evolve as an individual. By following your heart and stepping out of your comfort zone will allow you to live full out.
Oct 05, 2019
Going with the flow can set you free. Learn how at Living Full Out
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Learn how going with the flow can set you free to Live Full Out

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari wants to encourage you in going with the flow. Maybe there was a time when something unexpected happened at work or with a loved one. Realize that life can turn out differently than how you wanted it to and take each day in stride.

Listen in to our first caller Jordan, who is struggling to find a significant other even though many of her friends are in relationships. Nancy advises Jordan to avoid comparing herself to others and instead focus on what makes her happy. Jordan can consider the similarities that people she has been romantically interested in the past have had, to figure out what she wants in a partner. She can put herself out there and be excited that love will eventually come her way.

Our second caller is Emily, who is having difficulty balancing summer classes, an internship, and two jobs, but is afraid of letting people down. Nancy instructs Emily to avoid committing to doing favors for others when she is busy, and to instead fulfill those requests when she has more time on her hands. Emily can manage studying, interning, and working, by negotiating how much time to dedicate to each responsibility. She can make a schedule and realize that she has complete control of her life when obligations become overwhelming.

Our inspirational guest is Tony Horton, who was considered too small to be good at athletics growing up and faced numerous failures before finding success in working with BeachBody to create P90X. Tony took each disappointing outcome he faced as a life lesson and learning experience that allowed him to find a different way to accomplish his desires in the future. Through persistence and dedication, Tony reached his goals by developing his own unique diet and exercise strategies that worked for him and others in achieving physical fitness. By having a greater understanding of who he is, Tony was able to discover his purpose and passions in life.

Our last caller is Rhonda, who is having trouble motivating herself to exercise due to her limiting heart condition and tight schedule since she is a working, single mom. Nancy tells Rhonda to use any amount of free time she has between accomplishing her duties to get her body moving in even the smallest of ways. Rhonda can take baby steps towards making healthier choices and gradually improve her physical fitness. Rhonda can speak to herself with affirmative words and believe that she is capable of change.

Perhaps you have had difficulty accepting the way life was unfolding. Learn to adapt to changes instead of resisting them. Allow yourself to embrace what is happening around you and live full out.
Sep 28, 2019
When You Are Challenged by Instability, Learn How to Harness the Confidence to Bring Security into Your Life.
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The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari wants to support you in managing instability. Perhaps there was a time where you had difficulty maintaining control over your life. By learning how to maneuver stress and anxiety, you can regain order and live full out.

Listen in to our first caller Rutu, who is having difficulty getting along with her roommates and wants to feel comfortable in her own apartment again. Nancy advises Rutu to avoid giving her roommates the power to upset her. Rutu can minimize confrontation by organizing herself so that she is around them as little as possible. She can manage conflict by communicating her thoughts to them and asking them to reiterate her words.

Our second caller is Ray, who is suffering from acid reflux and is having trouble reducing the symptoms. Nancy instructs Ray to take naps throughout the day and use that time to center himself. Ray can anticipate the occurrence of acid reflux. He can avoid becoming frustrated with the symptoms by preventing it from taking power over him.

Our inspirational guest is Casey Berna, who has been diagnosed with endometriosis, which causes infertility and severe pain during her menstrual cycle. By getting support from her community and connecting with other patients, Casey was able to courageously persevere through each treatment and surgery. She remained hopeful and empowered by finding different resources. Casey harnesses her experiences with endometriosis to educate others and assist women who are living with the same condition.

Nancy tells you to commit to doing something that will reduce stress in your life. You can eliminate negative self-talk and instead fill your vocabulary with optimistic words. You can reach out to someone who is experiencing a tough time and motivate them to move forward. When unfortunate events occur in life, you can use them as an opportunity to better yourself.

Maybe you have felt unable to handle instability. Take the time out of each day to ground yourself. By finding the calm amidst the unexpectedness of life, you can gain peace of mind and live full out.
Sep 27, 2019
Discover How You Can Use the Five Senses to Bring Control Into Your Life When You Are Faced With Overwhelm
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The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari wants you to assert control over your circumstances. Perhaps there was a period where you fell on hard times or suffered a loss. Maybe you had trouble finding the motivation to make an important change and felt defeated as a result. Remembering that you are the of author your life story can give you a sense of empowerment. Choosing to look past the negative experiences you’ve had can get you to focus on having success.

Our first caller is Katie, who is unsure of what she wants to do after graduating college. Nancy instructs Katie to view the lack of definite answers as a chance to be open to new opportunities. Katie can use flexibility to pursue a career that aligns with her passion. When she focuses on living in the moment, Katie can allow each experience she makes to shape her plans and free herself from being compared to others.

Our second caller is Ashley, who is balancing nursing school along with trying to be available to her friends and family. Nancy tells Ashley to schedule in time to spend with those she loves to make them feel important. Finding ways to show each person that Ashley cares can be more impactful then spreading herself thin. Coming up with a plan to be a support when Ashley is physically somewhere else can be a tool to self-care.

Our inspirational guest is Kechi Okwuchi, a plane crash survivor. After over 60% of her body was covered in third degree burns, Kechi had to learn patience to stay strong during numerous surgeries. By clinging to a support system, Kechi resolved to renew her purpose and serve as inspiration to the families of the crash victims. Through risk taking and staying open to new possibilities, Kechi found success on America’s Got Talent, regaining power over tragedy.

Our final caller is Corey, who is having difficulty feeling inspired in life and career goals. Nancy shows Corey to find what trait is best about himself and use it to find a job he likes. Corey can move past his fear of rejection by asking the people around him about their feelings and areas he can improve on. Keeping his doubts in perspective, Corey can create goals without limiting his options.

Sometimes you may feel defined by something you did or happened to you in the past. You may find it difficult to move beyond the ghosts of mistakes and are held captive by anxiety. Instead of dwelling on what happened, set goals to change the direction of your life. By resolving to create a path forward that challenges expectations, you can regain control and live full out.
Sep 20, 2019
Learn How to Live Full Out by Understanding Your Body
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Episode: 2019.5.35

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to understand your body. Maybe you’re struggling with a chronic illness or battling a disease. Perhaps you are apparently healthy, but you feel tired or sluggish all the time. Our bodies have ways of letting us know when there is something wrong, so by paying attention to those messages, you’ll have a chance to improve your health and wellbeing.

Our first caller, Andrea, wants to know how she can manage her anxiety, as she seems to get anxious over everything. Nancy advises her to think about what stresses her out the most, then do some research on that topic to find others who have a similar problem and hear how they deal with it. Listen in to hear how you can overcome your own worries in life.

Our second caller, Simran, is an international student who is trying to balance work, school, a social life, and everything else. She wants to know how she can better manage her time. One tip Nancy gives her is to keep to a schedule, but to work in wiggle room to allow for needed breaks or self-care moments. Tune in to get advice on how to make the most of the time you have each day.

Our inspirational guest, Sita Gaia, who was diagnosed with epilepsy at a young age, has had to learn how to pay attention to her body’s signs and live a normal life in spite of her condition. Over the years, she has tried many different medications and treatments and though she still struggles with seizures, she maintains a positive outlook on life, working as an advocate for people with disabilities. Listen in to hear how Sita has learned to be in tune with her body and cope with her disorder.

Our last caller, Abbey, wants to know how to approach a difficult conversation with a close friend who is in a toxic relationship. Nancy advises that Abbey use the mode of communication she thinks her friend would respond to best, and to avoid using phrases like “you should,” instead saying things such as “I feel…” Tune in to discover how to approach hard conversations with your own loved ones.

Maybe you have a tendency to push your body too hard, continuing to work in spite of injuries and ignoring pain and discomfort. Or perhaps you are neglecting yourself, leading to a feeling of fatigue that seems to pervade your life. By being open to the messages your body is sending you, and then reacting to them in whatever way is necessary, you will be better able to live full out.
Sep 14, 2019
Discover How to Live Full Out by Feeling Comfortable with Who You Become
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The Living Full Out show with Nancy Solari will motivate you to feeling comfortable with who you are becoming. Maybe you are struggling with having confidence and are conflicted on trying to make important life choices. Perhaps you are comparing yourself to others. By putting your needs first, you will succeed in living full out.

Our first caller, Zara, is a declared psychology major, but she wishes to pursue something creative because her major has caused her to be more pensive and closed off. She wants to know what she should add to her school career path that would change this. Nancy tells Zara to find a minor that will bring out her creative side. Listen in to hear how you can find a way to feel whole again by finding your path to happiness.

Our second caller, Suize, is feeling lost in the dating world and wants to know how to find the ideal partner. Nancy advises her to pull back to avoid the pressure of trying to find the right person and to have faith that the time will come. Tune in to hear how you can overcome the stress of dating.

Our inspirational guest, Autumn Asphodel, struggled with having multiple personalities from the age of 6 and dealing with physical and emotional abuse. In addition, she went through the stage of finding her identity. She came out to her grandmother about going through the transgender process of transitioning from a man to woman. She was able to get out of a dark place in her life and grow to become a happy and confident person. Listen in to hear Autumns story of finding confidence in her own skin and feeling good about her identity.

Our final caller, Julie, is looking for advice on how to tell someone she loves that they have a drinking problem. Nancy advises her to think about a person who that family member respects and will listen to the most to talk to them and tell them their concern. Tune in with Nancy to get advice on how to have difficult conversations with loved ones.

Maybe you are dealing with financial or relationship stress. Perhaps you feel lost in your career and want to find something that will excite you. We all have the chance to make our life are own unique journey. Being comfortable with yourself takes time but working towards feeling good is important in order to live full out.
Sep 07, 2019
Learn How Living in the Moment Will Set You Free from Stress and Pressure as you Live Full Out
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Episode: 2019.5.34

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to learn how to live in the moment in order to set yourself free of stress and pressure. Perhaps you believe that it’s too difficult to get into shape and lead a healthier lifestyle. Maybe you have self-doubt when it comes to your talents as an artist. By learning how to treat each day like its your last, you can live full out.

Our first caller, Ally, constantly feels like the effort she puts into a friendship isn’t reciprocated by the other person. Ally asks Nancy for advice on how to deal with this. Nancy has three ways that she thinks Ally can handle it, but notes the pros and cons of each step. Regardless of which route she chooses, Nancy tells Ally that is all a learning experience and will guide her focus on the here and now to alleviate the stress this is causing her.

Our second caller, Brooklyn, is afraid of confrontation and asks Nancy how she can get better at handling it. Nancy tells her that the important aspects of living life as an adult is that you get to make choices that are best for yourself. It could be uncomfortable at first, but by doing it, it will set yourself free.

Our inspirational guest, Donna Wiegle, was diagnosed with cervical cancer in 1990. She lived cancer free for nearly 30 years, until, in April of 2016, she received a diagnosis of ovarian cancer and 5-year prognosis. Instead of harping on the negative aspects of the cards she was dealt, Donna decided to play her hand by living in the moment and using the time she has left to do what she is passionate about. Donna enjoys riding her Harley and is excited to launch her Steel on Wheels cross country trip to spread awareness about ovarian cancer.

Our final caller, Kaitlyn, has two best friends that have feelings for each other. She wants them both to be happy, and follow their hearts, but is worried that it may ruin her friendship with them. She asks Nancy for the best course of action. Nancy suggests that when it comes to the matters of the heart its best to leave things alone. And that she should just focus on being the best friend she can be.

Perhaps you don’t feel that you have the confidence to stand up for yourself. Maybe you really want to start your own business but are afraid of the risks. If you learn how to take in each moment like it’s your last, you can alleviate the pressures of life, and live full out.
Aug 31, 2019
Discover How to Live Full Out by Maintaining a Positive Outlook
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Episode: 2019.5.33

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to maintain a positive outlook. Maybe right now, it seems like life is doing everything in its power to knock you down, and you’re tempted to let it. Perhaps you’re struggling with chronic medical issues, overwork, grief, or any combination of problems. You are allowed to be sad in these situations, but by making an effort to look on the bright side and keeping hope for the future, you will find that you feel much better about your life’s trajectory.

Our first caller, Samantha, wants to know how she can be more organized with her schoolwork and her job. Nancy advises Samantha to set a schedule for herself with deadlines to help her stay on track, making sure to give herself rewards when she accomplishes a task, but also consequences if she fails to complete that goal by the deadline. Tune in to hear how you can more effectively plan your life to promote productivity.

Our second caller, Rachel, asks what to do when you feel stuck in life. Nancy tells her to refocus on her goals and create a vision board that will help her keep her aspirations in mind every day. She also encourages Rachel to write down the reasons why she feels stuck in various parts of her life and to come up with tangible solutions to those problems. Listen in for advice on how to get out of a rut in your own life.

Our inspirational guest, Zachary Gauvin, a star high school athlete who was on his way to being recruited for college teams, suffered a traumatic brain injury after being in a drunk driving car accident. He was put into a medically-induced coma and his family was told he had a 5% chance of survival, but he surpassed the doctors’ expectations by waking up from the coma. Then, with determination, drive, and a positive attitude, he relearned how to walk and went on to become an advocate for others with brain injuries, even writing a book documenting his experiences and giving advice to those going through a similar challenge. Tune in to hear how Zachary found the strength to keep moving forward despite his setbacks.

Our final caller, Shimeka, wants to know how she can find true companionship in the opposite sex. Nancy advises her to look internally and figure out what her must-haves and deal-breakers are in a relationship, and then to make those clear by putting them into dating app profiles or working them into conversations. Listen in to find out what you can do to find that person who really completes you.

Maybe your circumstances have made it seem impossible for you to find the good in your life. Perhaps you are suffering from a mental illness like depression and you’re going through each day in a fog, unable to find hope for the future. It can be difficult to pull yourself out of that dark place, but by giving yourself daily reminders of what you have to be grateful for, and what you can look forward to, you’ll start to feel a little bit lighter. Open yourself up to view the future in a positive way, and you can free yourself to live full out.
Aug 24, 2019
Discover How to Live Full Out by Dealing with the Unexpected
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Episode: 2019.5.Episode 32



The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to deal with the unexpected. Perhaps you’ve always planned for a different future. Maybe you are dealing with a new situation you’ve never experienced before. It is important to learn from these unforeseen events and turn those lessons into your own purpose by living full out.



Our first caller, Abby, is wondering how to get out of a friendship where her best friend is always treating her poorly. Nancy advises her to consider spending less time with this person and see if she still tries to stay in touch. Tune in to learn how the future you picture might unfold differently than planned.



Our second caller, Louie, has planted a lot of seeds career-wise, but nothing seems to pan out and wants to know how to stay optimistic through all of this. Nancy tells him to think of what makes him different in this industry and to learn how others got started in this field. Listen in to discover what makes you unique.



Our inspirational guest, Sandy Peckinpah, lost her 16-year-old son to bacterial meningitis. One day, her son came back from school, complaining of just a headache and fever. He was then misdiagnosed with the flu, which turned out to be a terminal illness. Sandy had to learn how to deal with the grief and recovery after loss, realizing that nothing can prepare you for an incident like this. She channeled her distress into a desire to help others and wrote a book about the journey after losing a child. Tune in to hear more about Sandy’s heartbreaking, yet inspiring story.



Maybe you have recently changed your career and have no idea how to move forward. Perhaps you have moved to a whole new place and are struggling with how to acclimate. It is important to push the unexpected aside. Take back the power to control your life over those unanticipated moments because you have the ability to do that by living full out.
Aug 17, 2019
Learn How Making Adjustments to Your Dream Enables You to Live Full Out
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Episode: 2019.5.31

The Living Full Out show with Nancy Solari encourages you to make adjustments to your dream. Maybe you tend to single-mindedly chase after a goal, but in the process, you miss out on other opportunities that you may like even more. Perhaps you have been working toward one end result your whole life, but now, you’re starting to lose interest. By learning to make small shifts in your approach as you pursue your dreams, you will keep a cycle of motivation going and start moving forward.

Our first caller, Mark, has just started a renovation and construction company, but feels conflicted on what prices to bid on jobs. He asks Nancy how he can keep from feeling wrong for requesting a certain amount. Nancy tells him that if he states his price confidently and keeps in mind both what he needs and what his customer wants, he will be able to find a compromise that works for them both. Tune in to hear strategies on how you can grow your own business.

Our second caller, Sydney, wants to know how she can approach an older man, whom she has been seeing for a short time, and ask what his intentions are, without scaring him away. Nancy advises Sydney to start off with “I” statements, talking about what she wants in life, and as she does so, to watch how he reacts. Then, if she feels comfortable, Sydney can ask the big question. Listen in to learn how you can approach difficult conversations with friends, lovers, or family members.

At the age of 19, our inspirational guest, Jami Marseilles, was stuck in a car in the middle of a blizzard for eleven days. When she was finally rescued, she was severely frostbitten and had developed gangrene in her legs, causing them to have to be amputated. Though she had avoided exercise before this incident, as she relearned to walk with prosthetics and became stronger through physical therapy, she discovered her love for running, and eventually went on to become a Paralympian, win several world records, and be the first “double below the knee amputee” woman to complete both a half and a full marathon. Tune in to hear how Jami adapted her goals and dreams to fit in with her life’s changes.

Our final caller, Kimberly, asks Nancy how she can move on from a difficult relationship that ended with a lot of anger over how the other person wasted so much of her time. Nancy tells her that by letting her negative emotions overwhelm her, she is giving her power away, but she can take it back by reframing the situation and asking herself how this experience made her grow as a person. Listen in to hear how you can overcome your own strong feelings after a breakup.

Maybe life’s circumstances have made it difficult or impossible for you to reach your original dream. It could be that you have lost your passion and are struggling to either find a new one or reignite your desire. Making adjustments along your path allows you to look at life from another angle and find a way to get to where you were meant to be, even if that turns out to be different than you thought. When you adapt your aspirations to your environment, you gain the ability to feel more fulfilled and live full out.
Aug 10, 2019
Discover How to Live Full Out by Finding the Strength to Rebuild Your Life
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Episode: 2019.5.30

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to rebuild your life. Perhaps you’ve recently gone through a break-up and you’re unsure how to move on from that relationship. Maybe you just graduated from high school or college and you need to find new routines that work for this chapter of your life. By allowing yourself to be flexible, you can learn to adapt to unfamiliar situations and take advantage of opportunities that come your way.

Our first caller, Michaela, is entering her senior year of college, and wants to know how she can find balance between work, school, socializing, and time for herself. Nancy tells her that her past experiences will inform her future ones. She advises Michaela to look at other times when she felt overwhelmed, and examine what she did to get out of that state. Tune in to hear how you can adjust to find balance in your own life.

Our second caller, Katie, asks how she can open up more when meeting new people, as she tends to be anxious while interacting with strangers. Nancy tells Katie to think about what some of her best qualities are, and to make sure that, when she is going to talk to someone new, she is letting those traits shine through. Listen in to find out how you can improve your skill at making friends and building connections.

Our inspirational guest, Ashley Bendiksen, first dealt with domestic and sexual violence in high school, then again in college. Although both of her relationships with abusive men started out happy, they eventually escalated to physical attacks and damaging verbal abuse, until one terrifying night when the authorities got involved and Ashley was finally able to escape that relationship. Now, she works to speak out against domestic and sexual assault. She reminds those who are still dealing with this problem that there is a way out and encourages them to go to experts who can give them the resources to start over safely. Tune in to hear how Ashley found the strength to rebuild her life after these hardships.

Our final caller, Jahisha, is an athlete who, because of a recent injury, has had to end the season prematurely. She wants to know how she can make sure she comes back from this time off stronger and ready to go for the next season. Nancy advises her to first look online for things other athletes in similar situations have done to keep themselves in shape and motivated during the healing process. Listen in to hear how you can overcome obstacles in your path and keep your focus on the future.

You might be having a difficult time at work or starting to feel bored with your job. Or maybe you’re moving to a different city, state, or even country, and you’re worrying about how to make a life in this new location. By staying dedicated to your goals, but being willing to change as necessary, you will gain the ability to rebuild your life the way you want and start living full out.
Aug 03, 2019
How Searching for Resources During Life Struggles Empowers you to Live Full Out
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Episode: 2019.5.29

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to search for resources. Maybe you are suffering in an abusive relationship and are unsure how to get out. Perhaps you’re looking for a new job in your field but are unclear on where to start. By looking for guidance from those around you or researching on your own, you can gain the tools you need to improve your life and live full out.
Our first caller, Olivia, is wondering how to interact with her ex-boyfriend, who is a part of their mutual friend group, without being awkward. Nancy advises Olivia to focus on their friendship and stop talking about their old relationship. Listen in to hear how you can maintain a platonic relationship with an old partner without discomfort.
Our second caller, Arlene, asks how she can stay positive and stop caring about others’ opinions of her. Nancy tells her to stay true to herself and use methods of communication that prompt others to listen to what she has to say. Tune in to learn how you can keep people’s expectations from weighing you down.
Our inspirational guest, Jenni Grover, grew up in a chaotic and abusive environment, where she suffered from various debilitating diseases and panic attacks. When, at age 25, she was diagnosed with fibromyalgia, that revelation was followed by several other diagnoses, including anxiety, asthma, and more. Thanks to her dedication to being her own advocate, an incredible support group, and many different treatments, Jenni has found success and happiness in life. Listen in to hear how Jenni discovered the resources she needed to manage her chronic pain.
Our final caller, Isaac, wants some advice on how to tell when a relationship has become toxic, where one person always ends up getting what they want. Nancy tells him that he will know when there is a problem because he will start to feel like he’s acting unauthentic around that person. Tune in to hear how to tell when your love life has become unhealthy and make the changes that are best for you.
You may be struggling with disability or a mental illness like depression. Perhaps you are weighed down by addiction or drug abuse. Regardless of what you are dealing with, there are resources out there to assist you on your path to a healthier and happier life. Be persistent in your search for guidance, either by asking those around you for advice, seeing specialists, or seeking out answers on the Internet, and you will find the tools and advice you need to start living full out.
Jul 27, 2019
Discover How to Live Full Out by Turning Your Pain into Purpose
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Episode: 2019.5.28
The Living Full Out show with Nancy Solari encourages you to turn your pain into purpose. Sometimes you feel like your life is spiraling and running in circles. It can be that you have just received life changing news and have no idea how to deal with it. You are able to focus those emotional feelings into paying it forward by living full out.
Our first caller, Elise, is wondering how to help her 9-year-old daughter deal with the pain of having to put their dog down. Nancy says to find a personal item, such as a collar, to serve as a reminder of their pet. Listen in to learn how to take the pain in your life and connect it to something happier.
Our second caller, Shani, wants to know how she can feel comfortable and excited when studying abroad, even though she won’t know a single person. Nancy advises her to package the worries and embrace this experience. Tune in to discover your purpose by getting out of your comfort zone.
Our inspirational guest, Lesia Stockall Cartelli, had 50% of her body burned at just 9 years old due to a gas explosion in her home. From that moment on, her childhood was stripped from her, as she had to deal with many surgeries and bullying from her peers. It seemed as if her injuries were the main focus of her life. Using this pain in her life, she created a strong legacy for herself by starting a nonprofit called Angel Faces to teach other girls who have experienced burn or trauma injuries that they are more than what has happened to them. Listen on to hear Lesia’s incredible story about transforming her frustration into hope.
Our final caller, Lucia, is struggling with how to tell her mom that her boyfriend has negatively influenced her personality, without offending her. Nancy tells her to consider writing a letter or making a video explaining the situation. Tune in to learn how to keep your relationship strong with a loved one from a tough circumstance.
Perhaps you have suffered the loss of a loved one. Maybe you have serious injuries or have been diagnosed with a severe health condition. In these situations, slow down, identify your pain, and figure out what resources you need to make yourself and others better. Following these steps will lead you to converting your suffering into motivation as you live full out.
Jul 20, 2019
Discover How You Can Manage Frustration as You Live your Life Full Out
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Episode: 2019.5.27

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to manage your frustrations. Perhaps you have felt like any task you embark on results in a mistake. Maybe you and your family are unable to see eye to eye on a certain issue. In these situations, it is important to overcome that discourage with positive solutions and live full out.

Our first caller, Jackie, is wondering about how to find her motivation to clean up her cluttered house. Nancy advises her to tackle one room at a time, as well as make use of online resources for different methods. Tune in to learn how you can combat those frustrations from external situations.

Our second caller, Bailey, is always late to everything and wants to know how she can change her mindset to be more on time. Nancy tells her to make a commitment to stop letting people down and strive to prove to herself she can do better. Listen in to discover how you can overcome your personal disappointments.

Our inspirational guest, Kat Harrison, was diagnosed with a bacterial ear infection which also affected her skull at just 15 years old. Since then, she has experienced a large number of surgeries, and contracted even more rare conditions. In addition, she suffered a bad reaction to her treatment, resulting in blurry vision and difficulty walking. Through all of this, she has learned to make the most of the life she is given by realizing her value is not tied to her struggles. She has stopped comparing her journey and instead celebrates her own milestones and achievements. Tune in to hear more about how Kat has managed her frustrations by embracing her challenges.

Our final caller, Dayna, wants to know how to deal with the struggles of being in a new military relationship. Nancy says that when they are apart, she should use that time to focus on herself, and then embrace every second they spend together. Listen in to learn how to dedicate yourself to others through challenging situations.

Sometimes you might feel like your negative emotions are overpowering your life. It can seem like everyone around you overlooks your opinion, leaving your voice unheard. In moments like these, it is easy to let your frustration guide your actions. By controlling these powerful emotions, you can divert your energy to get through what you’re facing and live full out.
Jul 13, 2019
Discover How to Live Out by being open with Others about your past
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Episode: 2019.5.26

The Living Full Out show with Nancy Solari encourages you to be open with others. Maybe you are going through a personal problem and having difficulty finding a solution. Perhaps you have always had trouble being able to truly connect with your friends. Learning to share more about yourself and your journey with those you choose leads you to living full out.
Our first caller, Alma, is wondering how she can place the guilt aside for stopping to put her children first in her life all the time. Nancy tells her to make a bucket list of everything she wants to do, and that her children will feel happier knowing she is out living her life, as well. Tune in to learn how to express your honest feelings to others.
Our second caller, Demetrius, wants to enhance his focus when athletically competing on the Long Jump runaway. Nancy advises him to find the people that inspire him the most and learn from their training. Listen in to discover how you can find success by following guidance from others.
Our inspirational guest, Ria Story, was sexually abused by her father from age 12 to 17. During this time, she felt lonely and shameful, and was unsure about how to deal with her experience. She had trouble finding close relationships with others and letting go of the constant fear and guilt she felt. After 13 years of silence, she finally decided to publicly share her story. Talking about what happened to her lead her to find success and happiness in her life and release the emotions that kept her trapped. Tune in to hear more about how Ria overcame the biggest obstacle she faced by opening up about it to others.
Our final caller, Charley, is struggling with how to support and convince a family member to leave a male abusive relationship. Nancy says to remain as an outlet for that abused person to vent to. Listen in to learn how to serve as a source of strength for others.
It could be that you are having difficulty finding or committing to a relationship and are unsure how to relay those emotions. Sometimes it might feel like you have to solely rely on yourself to solve any problem in your life. When faced with tough situations, remember those around you who you can vent to and talk to. The close people in your life will listen to anything you have to say and guide you with your journey to live full out.
Jul 06, 2019
Discover How Freeing Your Past Can Be Achieved by Embracing the Future in Living Full Out
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Episode: 2019.5.25

The Living Full Out show with Nancy Solari wants you to discover how freeing yourself from the past can be achieved by embracing the future. Perhaps you’re having challenges in being focused on the present and welcoming what’s ahead for you in life. Maybe you have regrets that haunt you and prevent you from completing your daily tasks. By changing your outlook you can enjoy your life and write your own story.


Listen in to our first caller, Julia, a busy student who is juggling work and other extracurricular activities. Julia wants advice on how to make time for friends and fun while still taking care of her responsibilities. Tune in to hear Nancy advise her to schedule time for her social life and stick to it as if it was a true requirement that needed to be done.

Our second caller, Emily, is a working college student who lives on her own. She seeks assistance from Nancy on how to stay independent but grow in her working and academic life so she could feel more accomplished. Tune in to hear Nancy guide her to locate the stressors in her life and handle them.

Today’s inspirational guest is Magda Brown, a 91 year old holocaust survivor. Magda takes us back to the year of 1944 when she was imprisoned in a concentration camp during World War II. Tune in to listen to her talk of a life or death choice she made, eventually leading to her liberation by a couple young GI soldiers.


Perhaps it’s difficult for you to be mindful of the present and to welcome the future with open arms. Maybe there was something in your past like a failure or traumatic experience that holds you back. By keeping your head up with a positive attitude your self-esteem will surge and you can tackle each day as you live full out.
Jun 29, 2019
Learn How Competing with Others Can Elevate You To Live Full Out
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Episode: 2019.5.24

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to grow by competing with others. Perhaps you are working towards a promotion against other colleagues. Maybe you are an athlete and need to outperform the other team for your next game. Healthy competition is what motivates you to be better and try even harder. When you put your best effort in to what you do, you are living full out.
Our first caller, Yassi, has just applied to colleges, and is wondering how she can deal with the anxiety and possible disappointment of being rejected. Nancy says to act as if she has already been accepted to her dream school, as this will make her feel calmer. Tune in to learn how you can cope with the anxiety of waiting to hear back from a spot you are competing for.
Our second caller, Samantha, is wondering how she can focus on her studies, rather than spending more time going out with friends or picking up extra shifts at work. Nancy advises her to remember how awful it felt the last time she procrastinated and use those past memories to become more organized and prepared. Listen in to hear how you can learn from your previous mistakes to improve the way you manage your schedule in the future.
Our inspirational guest, Abbey Curran, was born with cerebral palsy (CP), which affects the muscles in her legs and the way she walks. Despite her impairment, she worked to follow her passion of participating in pageants and became Miss Iowa USA 2008. She is the first person with a disability to compete in the prestigious Miss USA competition. When she entered her first pageant, she received a lot of negative feedback due to her handicap. Regardless of what anyone said, she continued to believe in herself and pursue the path she wanted. Tune in to hear more about Abbey’s experiences with living with CP throughout her childhood and during her pageant competitions and how she refused to let this health condition get in the way of accomplishing her dreams.
As Nancy closes the show, she relays that when faced with competition, you should learn to shut it out and let your passion guide you to success. Discover how you stand out and how you are different from those around you. Listen in to learn how you can view competition as a way to improve yourself rather than as a barrier.
Maybe you notice that based on everyone’s pictures on your social media feed, they are all having more fun than you or that you wish you could be them. Perhaps you feel that you need to act a certain way to fit in and get what you want, rather than be who you are. Put the competition aside and look at how you are unique and what strengths you have to contribute to others. Find where you thrive in your life and be your authentic self through living full out.
Jun 22, 2019
Discover How to Live Full Out by Finding Strength in Times of Hardship
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Episode: 2019.5.23

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to find your strength. Perhaps you have experienced a tragic event in your life. Maybe you are constantly feeling down and are unsure on how to move forward. When faced with hardship, it is important to discover your inner power in order to live full out.

Out first caller, Heidi, wants to start a family with her partner, but is hesitant due to the negative events happening in our world, such as climate change. Nancy tells her that there will always be bad news, and so it is important to live in the present. Tune in to learn how you can be excited about the future and find the strength to be confident with your decision.

Our second caller, Sheina, is having trouble managing her life as a student while also finding time for herself. Nancy advises her to make a schedule that incorporates more relaxation, while also finding someone to keep her accountable in remaining self-disciplined. Listen in to learn about how you can find the strength to maintain balance in your life.

Our inspirational guest, Dr. Aundrea Harris, survived a five-car collision on July 8, 2016, which caused her to suffer a Traumatic Brain Injury. While she was recovering, Aundrea experienced escalated symptoms, such as head pains and memory, speech, and focus challenges. Aundrea’s relationship with God and meditation helped relieve her stress during this time, inspiring her to follow a new path in life. She chose to make the most of this experience and grow from it rather than let it overpower her life. Tune in to hear more about Aundrea’s journey as she used the strength within to lead a new, fulfilled life.

Our final caller, Luke, is in the midst of changing his career and wondering if he is standing in the way of his own success. Nancy tells him to become more absorbed in the community of the career he is pursuing, and with more training will come more belief in himself. Listen in to learn how you can use your own strengths to become more successful.

Maybe you just feel hopeless and burdened by stress. Perhaps you are in conflict with someone you care about. Look within yourself and figure out where you need support and what resources you can utilize to assist you. When you are able to find strength during these really hard times, you are living full out.
Jun 15, 2019
How Identifying Your Natural Talents Enables You To Follow Your Aspirations and Live Full Out
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Episode: 2019.5.22

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to identify your natural talents in order to follow your dreams. Perhaps you have a favorite hobby of yours that you do every day. Maybe there is this one activity that just makes you smile. By discovering what you truly enjoy doing, you can use those hidden abilities to achieve your greatest aspirations and live full out.

Our first caller, Tracy, is struggling on how to use her talent of photography towards making gifts for family and friends, in addition to pictures for non-profit social media accounts. Nancy advises her to immerse herself in the LinkedIn community and get in touch with other photographers who might be experiencing the same challenge. Tune in to learn how you can incorporate your talent in multiple aspects of your life.

Our second caller, Kayla, is about to graduate and is wondering how to balance the academic stress with the anxiety of employment. Nancy shares that the most important part is to dedicate time for yourself first. Listen in to discover how the self-care skills you learn now can prepare you in managing future anxieties.

Our inspirational guest, George Dennehy, was born without arms and abandoned in an orphanage for the first two years of his life. He was then adopted, but experienced constant bullying in school due to his disability. George shares his story of having to learn how to live his life with no arms and how to make use of his other skills instead. He has now been able to master almost any task by just using his feet. Through his dark times, he was able to lean on music as an outlet and became an expert in playing guitar and piano. By changing his perception of life, he has learned to embrace his special talents and follow his dreams without letting any challenge get in the way. Listen in to hear more on George’s inspiring story, and how he has made a career out of his personal skills and passion.

Our final caller, Cole, wants to know how he can manage his irritation around his family and improve his relationships with them in a more positive way. Nancy tells him to learn from his frustrations by growing from them and evolving into a better version of himself. Listen in to learn how you can handle the anxieties in your life as a way to improve your skills for the future.

Perhaps you are tired of your day to day routine. Maybe you are unaware on how to jumpstart a new life for yourself. Try to incorporate what you love doing in your career. Discover what your natural talents are that allow you to enjoy life and learn how you can make use of them more regularly to achieve your goals as you live full out.
Jun 08, 2019
How Following Your Instincts Through Difficult Times Propels You to Live Full Out
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Episode: 2019.5.21

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to follow your instincts, especially through the difficult times. Perhaps you are faced with a life changing decision involving your career. Maybe you are doubting a certain relationship and are not sure whether to end it. By trusting your own opinions and following your heart, you can live full out.

Our first caller, Sela, is nervous about leaving home and attending college soon, and was wondering how she can cope with those anxious emotions. Nancy says to give less power to those fears that overwhelm you. Listen in to learn how you can have control over intimidating situations.

Our second caller, Lydia, is curious about how to help someone find his or her passion without imposing her own desires on them. Nancy advises her to focus on supporting them without being too influential. Tune in to learn how you can serve as a resource for others.

On this special show, the tables are turned! Host, Nancy Solari, is interviewed as our inspirational guest by a team member, Caroline. As Nancy sits in the “hot seat,” she answers questions about her life asked by her viewers. Nancy shares her story about living with her vision loss, as she was diagnosed with retinitis pigmentosa at 16 years old. From explaining how she has made adjustments to her lifestyle to talking about why she created Living Full Out, Nancy reveals how she copes with her diagnosis and lives with her arms wide open. She has learned to not fear the future as long as she trusts her instincts and herself. Listen in to learn more about the incredible woman who created this company and inspires many every day to live full out.

Our final caller, Brian, is wondering how he can go about changing his career while in his late 40’s. Nancy tells him to think about what he is good at and use those natural skills to follow the road less traveled when exploring new jobs. Tune in to find the inspiration to put yourself out there and trust the path you choose.

Maybe you are struggling on whether to reach out and help a close friend with his or her problem. Perhaps you are confused about how much you can trust a new friendship. When faced with a crossroad, sometimes you have to take the risk and follow what you think is best. When you have faith in yourself and the path you choose, you are living full out.
Jun 01, 2019
Learn How Breaking Addictions in Your Life Can Set You Free to Live Full Out
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The Living Full Out show with Nancy Solari encourages you to break your addictions. Maybe you are having trouble with food, alcohol, or sleep. By escaping from those obsessions, you can feel more at ease or more like yourself. It is important in these situations to know that you are more than what you are struggling against and you deserve to move on with your life.

Our first caller, Amanda, is about to start her senior year in college. With so many other people competing for the same industry, Amanda is worried. She wants to know how to cope with the stress and anxiety of looking for a job and applying for a position relating to her degree. Tune in to hear Nancy teach how making steps toward achieving to your goal can be beneficial.

Our second caller, Susan, asks Nancy about her thoughts on when you should write someone off when they are being rude to others that she cares about. Nancy makes it clear that Susan gets to decide the role that people play in her life, whether they are seen every day or if it is only a few times a year.

Today’s inspirational guest is Brandon Ludolph. Brandon became an alcoholic after his divorce in 2004. He had two DUI's and was no longer a father to his kid by 2008. Brandon thought about suicide multiple times and had various run-ins with the law. He had completely lost who he was as a person. Brandon shares how his time in outpatient treatment facilities and trips to detox made him realize that he needed to make a change and break his addiction.

Our last caller, Els, is worried about the fact that her husband refuses to put his father in a care facility because he wants to ignore the fact that his father has advanced Alzheimer's. Els asks Nancy how she can get that message across without pushing her husband away. Hear how Nancy advices Els on how to find a facility they feel comfortable with.

To break addictions, Nancy suggests setting yourself free and starting a new chapter in your life. Slow down and be you. Look around and see what you are grateful for, people, possessions, or any event that you are looking forward to in the future. Focus on what uplifts you and when you compare that to the toxins, refuse to give those inclinations as much power as they have had before and focus on the positives. By reflecting on the advantages, you can learn from the past to stop yourself from succumbing to the addictions you once had. This will pave the way for you to take control and live full out.
May 25, 2019
Discover How Making Adjustments Will Empower You to Live Full Out
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Episode: 2019.5.20

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to make adjustments in order to live full out. Perhaps you have just moved away to college and are struggling to fit in with this new environment. Maybe you are deciding on a new career and need to learn how to acclimate to a different field. Because life is full of changes, it is important to learn to adapt to different situations.

Our first caller, Sarah, is wondering how she can improve her interpersonal skills in order to build a larger network regardless of her shy personality. Nancy inspires her to focus on her strong qualities when introducing herself and to use those attributes to make a more memorable first impression. Listen in to learn how you can build up more confidence when meeting new people.

Our second caller, Kaile, accepted an internship in D.C. this summer, but is nervous about moving away from home. Nancy advises her to think about the positive “what ifs”, such as the possibility of making new connections through this experience. Tune in to hear how you can make the most of an intimidating situation by embracing the unknown.

Our inspirational guest, Jodi Cooley, was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) following the birth of her daughter. Rather than letting this disease get in her way, Jodi chooses to live with an optimistic outlook. She understands the struggles of this health condition, as her mom was also affected by MS, and it was up to Jodi to take care of her. By creating many backup plans for herself, Jodi prepares for the unexpected, and works to serve as a positive example for her child and her community. Listen in to hear how Jodi has made the most of her circumstance by refusing to let a negative situation take over her life.

Our final caller, Aidan, is curious about whether joining a career pool that seems full, such as engineering or architecture, is a good idea. Nancy tells Aidan to focus on why he wants to pursue this specific field and on the qualities that make him stand out. Tune in to learn how you can embrace your individual characteristics and be open to new possibilities.

Maybe you have moved cities and need to learn how to make a new circle of friends. Perhaps you have just received news about a health condition and have to accommodate your schedule around it. While your day to day life might appear constant, there will always be a circumstance that causes you to alter your routine. Understanding how to be flexible and work around these changes allows you to overcome any challenge and live full out.
May 18, 2019
Discover How You Can Free Yourself From Negative Thoughts By Living Full Out
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Episode: 2019.5.11

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to free yourself from negative thoughts in order to achieve your goals. Maybe you believe that it’s too difficult to get into shape and lead a healthier lifestyle. Perhaps you have self-doubt when it comes to your talents as a musician or singer. By learning how to free yourself of negative thoughts you can achieve your goals and live full out.

Our first caller, Lauren, is struggling with how she can stick to her diet and workout plan in order to achieve her health goals. Nancy encourages her to learn about nutrition and exercise by asking professionals for advice. And to reinforce a positive mindset even when she makes a mistake. Tune in to hear how freeing one’s self of negative thoughts can help you grow in the face of adversity.
Our inspirational guest, Shoshana Bennet, details the struggles she faced from postpartum depression. As soon as her first child was born, Shoshana felt incredibly overwhelmed and hopeless. So much so, that she contemplated suicide and believed her family would be better off without her. For a while she was able to sidestep the negative thoughts out of a sense of duty towards her children. Listen in to hear how Shoshana was able to come to terms with these feelings and how she advises others who need support.

Our second caller, Mackenzi, wants to know how she can build better organization habits and learn how to prioritize activities that are meaningful to her. Nancy suggests that she make choices by seeing how she feels before committing to a task. Listen in to hear how focusing on what’s important can help you decide when facing a tough decision.

Maybe you are having self-doubt after making a mistake. Perhaps you are struggling with major setbacks in your career. It’s important to not gravitate towards these negative thoughts and embrace the challenges in your way. By having a positive outlook, you can overcome obstacles and live full out.
May 11, 2019
Learn How You Can Live Full Out Despite Needing to Make Multiple Adjustments in Life
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The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari wants to show you how you can live full out despite needing to make multiple adjustments in life. Perhaps responsibilities come up in your daily routine that causes you to have to make changes. Maybe it’s switching careers or changing your living situation. This could cause frustration and uncertainty. By accepting these modifications in lifestyle and working towards excelling in each of them, you’re on your way to living full out.

Our first caller, Breshae, has a distant parent who is reaching out to her after a long time. Breshae asks Nancy for advice on whether to accept her dad’s phone calls or ignore them to get back at him for not being there. Learn how Nancy gives her suggestions on what to do and on what levels to connect with her father.

Our second caller is Michael, who recently graduated college and received two job offers in different locations. Michael asks Nancy for advice on which career he should choose to better serve his personal needs. Tune in to listen to Nancy assist him in weighing which decision would bring balance and satisfaction.

Our Inspirational guest, Lydia Joyner, has been in 35 different foster homes from childhood through adolescence. Lydia discusses her trials of growing up in this system and how she was able to adapt. Tune in to hear about her relationship lifestyle and what her secret ingredient was to help her overcome obstacles.

Our next caller, Edmundo, was in a recent car accident with his wife in the vehicle. He seeks advice on how to deal with their anxiety and stress that followed the crash. Nancy encourages Edmundo to search for organizations that could ease his physical injuries as well as financial burdens and to find support from his family and friends.

The key to life is being able to prepare yourself for changes. It’s important to make adjustments to ease your stress. When you make alterations and respond to whatever is in your way, you can be unstoppable in attaining your goals and living full out.
May 04, 2019
Learn How Living Full Out Can Assist You in Going After Your Dreams
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Episode: 2019.5.17


The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to go after your dreams. Maybe you want to apply to graduate school, but you’re afraid that you’ll get denied. Perhaps you want to start your own business or begin a new relationship. By setting your priorities and putting in the time, you can achieve your goals.

Our first caller, Lina, needs advice on how to live a more fulfilling life now that her kids have grown up and moved out. Nancy reminds her that Lina can still use her natural motherly gifts and share them with other people. Listen in, to hear how you can start a new chapter to continue accomplishing your purpose in life.

Our second caller, Christina, is planning on applying to graduate school, but she feels like she is falling behind others. She wants to know how she can change her perspective and accept doing things at her own pace. Nancy tells Christina to move her ambition a little further every day and to trust her timing. Tune in to hear how you can put aside other people’s expectations and do things at your own speed.

Our inspirational guest, David Francisco, was riding his bike when he got hit by a car and injured his spinal cord. The doctors told him that he would never be able to walk again. Through the support of his family and friends and full-time physical therapy, he slowly regained leg movement and the ability to walk. In 2017, he chased after he musical dreams, auditioned for American Idol, and made it all the way to Hollywood week. His life journey is documented in the film Back to Blackbird and he is about to release a song from his first album. Listen in to hear how David maintained the strength to follow his desires in life.

Our final caller, Michael, is looking for advice on how to approach his pending retirement for he has always been a planner. Nancy advises him to call up a team meeting with his family and discuss his wishes with them. She encourages him to do things that he’s always wanted to do. Tune in with Nancy, to learn how to rewrite your vision as you start a new stage in life.

Maybe you’ve always wanted to travel to a different country or go skydiving. Perhaps you want to go after a certain career, but you feel like it’s out of reach. We all have a purpose in life and talents that will get us to where we are supposed to be. By trusting your heart and feeding your passion, you can accomplish your aspirations and live full out.
Apr 27, 2019
Discover How to Harness Courage to Limit Fears And Live Full Out
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Episode: 2019.5.16


The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to harness courage in order to limit your fears and live full out. Maybe you’ve had to step out of your comfort zone, which resulted in higher stress levels. Perhaps you’ve had to go against others to stand up for something that you believe in. By mustering our bravery, we can face our fears and battle our obstacles.

Our first caller, Yara, wants advice on how to alleviate some of the anxiety that she is feeling for her daughter who is applying to colleges. Nancy advices Yara to reassure her daughter that she will support her throughout the whole process. Tune in with Nancy, to learn how to find the strength and stay the course in the midst of many uncertainties.

Our second caller, Valentina, is graduating and is overwhelmed with school and applying for jobs. She wants to know how she can stay motivated throughout the constant pressure. Nancy suggests that Valentina should focus on what makes her unique and learn from others to see what path they’ve taken. Listen in with Nancy, to learn how to balance your stresses and continue believing in yourself.

Our inspirational guest, Justin Willoughby, was 799 pounds when he was 16 years old. He feared dying and struggled with depression and anxiety. However, one day he finally decided to take action and become a healthier version of himself. Through diet and exercise, he lost 600 pounds and wrote a book called One Step to set the example for others and offer encouragement. Listen in to hear how faith and support, allowed Justin to achieve his goal and pick himself up when he experienced falls.

Our final caller, Zahir, needs support on how to find redemption and fix a broken relationship with his girlfriend. Nancy advises him to first own up to his mistakes and give his ex-girlfriend the time and space that she needs. Tune in to learn how to accept the times you’ve made an error and find the courage to set yourself free.

Maybe you’ve been afraid to apply to a certain job or school, for the fear of rejection. Perhaps you’ve wanted to give up on a goal because you weren’t seeing any noticeable results. Even though a dream may seem out of reach, we must push forward with the strength inside of us. By daring to be bold and striving after our aspirations, we are living full out.
Apr 20, 2019
Learn How You Can Manage Being Bullied and Find Your Inner Strength as You Live Full Out
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Episode: 2019.5.15


The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to find your inner strengths in order to overcome bullying. Maybe you’ve been told that you are incapable of doing things and your self-esteem has been lowered. Perhaps you’ve been harassed and called names. By turning the other cheek and reaching out to others for support, you can overcome physical and emotional attacks.

Our first caller, Joy, is a mother of two special needs children and is having trouble balancing other aspects of her life while meeting the demands of parenting. Nancy tells Joy to focus on herself and to separate her two roles, the mother and Joy the woman. Listen in with Nancy, so you can learn how to deal with the pressure you may feel from your commitments.

Our second caller, Kelly, is seeing a boy that has developed feelings far past what they spoke about or that she has for him and wants to know how she can best handle the situation. Nancy advises Kelly to refer to him as “friend” and to let him know that she is seeing other people. Tune in with Nancy, to receive guidance on how to establish some distance and figure out what you want in your relationship.

Our inspirational guest, Sarah Stump, was born without a left arm. When she was 8, she realized that she was unique from the other kids. She had trouble doing things like tying her hair or jump roping. As she got older, she received negativity on her social media through comments and direct messaging. However, she remained confident in her own skin. Listen to Sarah explain how using humor and being proud of how she was created, allowed her to harness the strength to look past her differences.

Our final caller, Ryan, has been in a relationship for years and is having trouble finding new ways to emotionally connect with his partner. Nancy suggests that he buys a couple’s book that contains questions that prompt deeper conversations with his girlfriend. Tune in with Nancy, to learn how you can be resourceful in order to face the challenges that arise.

Maybe you’ve been pressured or threatened to do something you didn’t want to do or even experienced physical harm. Perhaps you’ve been excluded from a group that you believed were your friends or rumors were spread about you. Even though you may feel like the world is against you, remind yourself that you have the power to overcome the negativity. Allow your experiences, good or bad, and your inner strength guide you to a life where you are living full out.
Apr 13, 2019
How Maintaining Patience Through Difficult Times Propels You to Live Full Out
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Episode: 2019.5.14


The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to practice patience in order to live full out. Maybe you are struggling with seeing any results after going to the gym repeatedly. Perhaps you studied very hard for an exam and the score was lower than you expected. With endurance and perseverance, you will eventually see the outcomes that you are aiming for.

Our first caller, Caroline, has a best friend who is far away and is going through some health problems, and Caroline wants to know how she can show that she cares without overwhelming her. Nancy suggests distracting her friend from the health topic and having date nights over the phone like watching a show together. Listen in with Nancy, to learn how to show support for your friends and remind them to keep pushing forward.

Our inspirational guest, Anthony Graves, was wrongfully convicted of many homicides and was sentenced to Texas Death Row for twelve and a half years. However, he kept his hope and was prepared to live. He was finally exonerated in 2010 and is now a full-time advocate for criminal justice reform, works with the ACLU’s Campaign for Smart Justice, and is the author of Infinite Hope: How Wrongful Conviction, Solitary Confinement, and 12 Years on Death Row Failed to Kill My Soul. Listen in with Anthony, to hear how he made the best of his situation with his positive spirit.

Our last caller, Sierra, experienced infidelity and wants to know how she can still care and give to others without getting taken advantage of again. Nancy reminds her that we are all humans and make mistakes. Tune in with Nancy, to learn how to let go of your past, listen to your heart, and set yourself free.

Maybe you feel frustrated because your plans changed unexpectedly. Perhaps you’ve been wrongfully accused of something and it feels like the world is against you. Remember that things happen that are out of your control and use this time to learn and grow into someone stronger. Slow down, let life layer, and with patience, you can hone into your internal sense of purpose as you live full out.
Apr 06, 2019
How We Can Live Full Out by Being Creative and Resourceful in Doing What It Takes
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Episode: 2019.5.13


The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to be resourceful and to do what it takes to live full out. Maybe you feel like you have very little time in your day to focus on yourself. Perhaps you feel confused on what’s the next step to take to fulfil your goals. By reaching out to those around you for support, and by taking time to reflect and plan out a strategy, you will get to where you want to be.

Our first caller, Angela, is in the process of breaking up with her boyfriend of two years. She still really cares about him and doesn’t want to hurt him. Nancy suggests emphasizing the word “friend,” adding a bit of humor, and maintaining some distance after the breakup. Tune in with Nancy, to receive some advice on how to plan what you need to do in order to move on and be happy.

Our second caller, Tim, is in a long-distance relationship and needs guidance on how he can strengthen it. Right now, his girlfriend is in a different state, but will be leaving to another country. Nancy advises Tim to set her free and to transfer the intimate love into more of a friendship love. Listen in with Nancy, to learn how to accept change and allow your relationships to morph into what they are supposed to become.

Our inspirational guest, Teal Sherer, suffered through a car accident when she was 14 years old and broke her back. She became a paraplegic and is in a wheelchair till this day. However, she looks at her wheelchair in a positive light that allows her to continue living her life and chasing her dreams. She is an American actress and best known for her portrayal of Venom in the web series The Guild and creator of “My Gimpy Life,” a series that reflects on her unique journey. Listen to Teal, as she shares her path to independency and how she did whatever it took to chase her aspirations.

Our last caller, Krissy, is struggling with getting over someone that she can’t be with because he’s already in a relationship. Nancy tells Krissy to be happy for him and to focus on what she is looking for in someone, but to also be open to something new or different. Tune in with Nancy, to learn how you can move forward with positive energy.

Maybe you feel like you are falling behind in your future plans. Perhaps you need guidance or extra motivation. Even though some obstacles may appear in your pathway, you have the power to overcome them. By doing what it takes, you are putting your heart and mind to the test, and your determination will lead you to a life where you are living full out.
Mar 30, 2019
How We Can Use Our Past Experiences to Educate Others and Live Full Out
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Episode: 2019.5.12

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari wants you to learn how to use your past experiences to Educate Others and Live Full Out. Perhaps you might be in a situation that is challenging .The lessons you learn in overcoming your struggles will enlighten others who are going through similar hardships.
Our first caller, Mary Lou, goes to group therapy three times a week and is upset that two patients dominate the group. Mary Lou seeks advice on how she can effectively communicate her concerns. Hear how Nancy suggests seeing this as a learning experience where she can find her voice in expressing her thoughts.

Our next caller, Jahisha, has been through a traumatic housing situation and a break up of a friendship. Jahisha asks Nancy for advice on when is an appropriate amount of time to forgive another person. Hear Nancy’s advice on how Jahisha can grow as a person from this conflict.

Our inspirational guest, Teresa Sullivan, is HIV positive and is an advocate for treatment and prevention of the virus and AIDS. Hear how Teresa explains her struggles with being first told she had HIV. Tune in to hear how Nancy and Teresa talk about movies that best portray a person’s journey with HIV.

Our next caller, Faye, is an 80 year old grandmother who enjoys traveling and experiencing new venues. Fay seeks advice from Nancy on how she can do all this without feeling hesitant to address her safety concerns. Hear how Nancy gives tips on how Faye can prepare when visiting a new location for the first time.

When you choose to educate others, you are paying it forward in making their life easier. By looking at past hardships as an opportunity to grow you will steadily live full out.
Mar 23, 2019
Learn How By Letting Life Unfold, You Are Able To Embrace Living Full Out
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Episode: 2019.5.11

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari wants you to learn how by letting life unfold, you are able to embrace living full out. Perhaps you might be in a situation that is challenging which has you worrying about the future. Maybe you have anxiety about a health condition or job security. This kind of stress can cause sleepless nights. By choosing to think less about these issues, you are heading in the right direction.

Our first caller, Nina, is in her last semester in college and has been invited to live with friends in San Francisco after she graduates. She seeks advice on how she can make the move when her income is inconsistent. Hear how Nancy suggests that she saves up as a way of attaining her goals.

Listen as Nancy talks about the journey of life and to compare it to a book where you’re the main character. There will be villains and supporters. There will be highs and lows, but ultimately you are the writer of your life. Nancy discusses being creative in your employment aspirations and to be resilient if you ever have a health condition or disability.

Our next caller, Jasmine, has a friend who is seven years older than her, who seeks her advice. Jasmine asks Nancy for assistance on how she can help her acquaintance despite being able to relate to her experience. Listen as Nancy coaches Jasmine to let this person vent out their emotions as we all have relatable feelings.

Hear Nancy talk about a romantic date she went on with someone in a boat as a singer sang to them. Since Nancy’s partner was unaware of her blindness, Nancy fell into the water before getting onboard. Although she was dripping wet, Nancy chose to go on the ride anyway. Nancy advises taking on challenges and embracing the unknown.

Our next caller, Addie, has a new boss at her job and sees that the atmosphere has changed completely since new leader arrived. Addie seeks advice from Nancy on how she can keep positive spirits up in this new work environment. Listen as Nancy guides her on writing a note or email to her current employer to suggest improvements that can be made without sending a negative message.

By choosing to let life unfold and worry less about the future, you can better manage stress. It’s important to realize that ridding yourself of anxiety can move you into the right direction. When you nurture more hopeful, positive thoughts, you’ll be able to achieve your goals as you live full out.
Mar 16, 2019
How to Manage Your Frustrations and Live Full Out
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Episode: 2019.5.10

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari wants to show you how you can manage your frustrations and live full out. Perhaps you experience an adversity that lowers your confidence and leaves you feeling upset. Maybe you feel irritated because of a troublesome health condition, disability, or job situation. This kind of emotion can cause excessive anxiety. By recognizing your strengths and taking on each day, your sense of hope will grow.

Our first caller, Raphaelle, worries about being a slob and seeks assistance from Nancy on how she can declutter the space around her. Nancy coaches her to be mindful of her cleanliness if she is in a shared space with other people. Tune in to hear Nancy advise her on how to organize her dorm room and make it inviting.

Our next caller, Ngadhi, has problems with procrastination and seeks advice on how to finish the many goals that she started. Listen as Nancy advises her to realize her own positive qualities. Nancy shares how she can take her strengths and put them to use in her life journey.

Our Inspirational guest, Jeanine Hoff, is an advocate for mental health who favors a hands-on treatment approach. She has struggled herself with OCD, anxiety, and depression. Hear how she was pushed to the limit in considering suicide. Jeanine confesses how hospitalization gave her a new perspective.

Our next caller, Laura, is a recent college grad and seeks assistance on how she can keep her spirits up in her difficult job search. Tune in to hear how Nancy advises her to build a network on LinkedIn with professionals that she admires. Nancy provides ideas on how she can distinguish herself from the competition.

With positive affirmations you will create a calm environment. By turning to others for support, answers will come your way. When you do this your frustration will lessen and you will have peace of mind as you live full out.
Mar 09, 2019
Understand How Trusting Your Instincts Can Support You In Living Full Out
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Episode: 2019.5.9

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari wants you to understand how trusting your instincts can support you in living full out. Perhaps you might be in a situation where your back is up against the wall and you have to make a quick choice. Maybe you have to choose between two different paths if you are in danger. This kind of stress will spur an energy that will propel you into action. By choosing to push doubts aside and making a clear decision, you will be headed in the right direction.

Our first caller, Jacob, is dealing with law school and finding jobs. He asks Nancy for advice on how he can use his creativity to fulfill himself with his busy schedule. Listen as Nancy coaches him to put methodical thought into his scheduling as he goes after what he wants in life. She suggests a balance of playing hockey, dating, and tending to school matters.

Our next caller, Jonas, is in a serious relationship and wants to know how he can keep the “honey moon” phase spark ignited past the initial stage. Hear how Nancy encourages Jonas to understand that him and his partner can use motivation to inspire each other as they grow.

Our Inspirational guest, Andrea Davis, boarded the fateful cruise liner, the Costa Concordian, with her husband Laurance. The enormous ship crashed over some rocks off the coast of Italy, causing it to sink. Tune in to hear how Andrea recalls using her mechanical-like instincts, with very little thought, to escape the shipwreck with Laurance.

Our next caller, Tina, recently decided to change her career path. She asks Nancy how she can narrow down a choice of what she can do. Listen as Nancy assists her to identify what she enjoys. Nancy then suggests that she go on Linked In to try and explore a career around her interest, which is related to the food industry.

By choosing to move forward with quick instinctive action, you can better manage setbacks or adversity. It’s important to realize that even a small hunch can move you into a positive direction. When you use your inner compass, you can set out to make a decision and be on your way to living full out.
Mar 02, 2019
Discover How Accepting Who You Are Can Propel You to Live Full Out.
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Episode: 2019.5.8
The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari wants to show you how you can accept who you are as you live full out. Perhaps you experience an adversity that lowers your confidence and makes you doubt yourself. Maybe you feel uncertain because of a health condition, disability, or changes to your job. This kind of emotion can cause excessive worry. By recognizing your positive qualities and adding passion to each new day, your self esteem will grow.

Our first caller, Angela, recently broke up with her boyfriend and wants to depend less on other friends to keep her company when she feels alone. Nancy coaches her to utilize this time to harness her skills and work on her own personal development. She also encourages Angela to embrace her new freedom.

Our next caller, Giovana, is stressed over things in life that she has little control over. Listen to hear how Nancy encourages her to prepare in advance for what stresses her out, such as getting good grades. She coaches Giovana to accept her daily worries knowing that she can minimize the power it has over her.

Our Inspirational guest, Scarlet Novak, was diagnosed with Disassociative Identity Disorder at the age of fifteen. Scarlet has twelve different alters that she has to manage on a daily basis. Hear how she functions with this condition with intensive therapy and through an acceptance of herself.

Our next caller, Tricy, is married with grown children and will be celebrating her 56th birthday next week. She seeks advice from Nancy on how to plan a new set of goals for herself. Hear Nancy give suggestions for how Tricy can bring balance into her life.

With positive affirmations you can have a strong sense of control over your self-image. Rather than dwelling on what could happen, you want to keep hope in your heart and believe in yourself. When you achieve your goals, you will be stronger and wiser as you live full out.
Feb 23, 2019
Discover How Confronting Your Fears Can Boost Your Confidence As You Live Full Out.
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Episode: 2019.5.7

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari wants you to discover how confronting your fears can boost your confidence as you live full out. Perhaps you might be in a situation where you feel anxious and lack confidence. Maybe you fell short on a goal or had a less than average day at work. This kind of shortcoming can cause negative feelings. By facing the cause of your worries and doing things differently, you can have a fearless outlook and be on your way to living full out.

Our first caller, Emilee, struggles with dieting as she eats the wrong food which triggers a binge. She seeks advice from Nancy on how to stop this cycle which causes her to feel guilty. Listen as Nancy coaches her to have someone hold her accountable for her actions and to penalize herself with exercise when she’s off course.

Our next caller, Tori is having trouble balancing work and school and has little time for fun. Hear how Nancy advises her to cut work hours but honoring her free time to do the things she likes such as watching tv, reading, and writing in a journal.

Our Inspirational guest, Debbie Salamone, is a shark attack survivor and founder of the organization Shark Attack Survivors for Shark Conservation and is part of the Pew Environment Group. In 2004 off the coast of Florida, she was attacked in waist deep water by a White tip or Black tip estimated to be about 5 feet long. Tune in to hear how she persevered from her injuries.

Our next caller, Lina, is going through the process of planning her daughter’s wedding. She seeks advice on how to cope with the stress and savor the important milestone. Listen as Nancy suggests that she has fun and executes her decisions knowing that the only thing that could go wrong is overspending.

By choosing to move forward with an altered attitude, you can better manage fear or adversity. It’s important to reassure yourself when you feel unconfident. When you face life’s challenges you will grow wiser and braver as you live full out
Feb 16, 2019
By Seeking Answers To Your Challenges, Doors Will Open As You Live Full Ou
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Episode: 2019.5.6

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari wants to show you how you can seek answers as you live full out. Perhaps you experience an adversity that challenges you, leaving you to make big decisions. Maybe you have anxiety about a health condition, a disability, or job situation. This kind of emotion can cause excessive worry. By going after the cause of the problem and diving into solutions you’ll become more focused and efficient.

Hear how Nancy talks about how we can seek answers by turning to friends. Sometimes we’re in our own heads and need to turn to people who are sounding boards. Listen as Nancy discusses how life’s solutions are usually within what we say or write.

Our first caller, Elijah, is usually motivated one day to do something but the next day loses his motivation. He asks Nancy for advice on how he can be inspired more consistently. Nancy coaches him to use visualization to heighten his senses until he feels the way he wants to be. She also encourages him to find music that increases his energy.

Our Inspirational guest, Kristen Renton, has been on many television shows including Sons Of Anarchy and Days of our Lives. She struggles with Lupus, an auto immune disease. Hear how Kristen discusses the different degrees with which this condition can debilitate and her secret to living a functional life.

Our next caller, Lucero, has a friend she is close with but who copies her in many ways. She seeks advice on whether to confront her or wait it out. Listen to hear how Nancy praises Lucero for being original and coaches her to use humor to lessen the tension so it has little power over her.

With problem solving you can have a strong sense of control over your stress. If you ask questions and find answers you will have the confidence to overcome challenging issues. When you achieve your goals, you will be stronger and wiser as you live full out.
Feb 09, 2019
Discover How Staying Positive Can Give You The Energy To Harness Your Purpose As You Live Full Out
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Episode: 2019.5.5

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari wants you to discover how staying positive can give you the energy to harness your purpose as you live full out. Perhaps you might be in a situation where you feel down and have lost all hope. Maybe you fell short on a goal or had a less than average day at work. This kind of shortcoming can cause negative feelings. By choosing to adjust your mentality and be mindful of the present, you can have a positive outlook and be on your way to living full out.

Our first caller, Viktoria, is dealing with roommates and coworkers that are causing her to be angry and stressed out. She asks Nancy for advice on the appropriate way to react. Listen as Nancy coaches her on ways to manage her behavior by compromising and adapting.

Our next caller, Richard, works in a part time retail job while going to school. He seeks advice on whether he should keep working when he could spend valuable hours studying and doing activities which relate to his major. Hear how Nancy shares with him that the answer is within himself and to focus on education. By doing so, he can open more doors with extra energy and additional time.

Our Inspirational guest, Michael Shinagel, is a holocaust survivor who escaped Europe with his family when he was seven years old. He immigrated to New York City and got an education leading to a career path as a long standing dean at Harvard. Tune in to hear how he describes the importance of taking initiative and being well rounded.

By choosing to move forward with an altered attitude, you can better manage setbacks or adversity. It’s important to gain the assistance of others when you feel down. When you form positive thoughts they will channel into feelings of happiness and you can live full out.
Feb 02, 2019
Discover How Living Full Out Can Assist You In Managing Loss
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Episode: 2019.5.4

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari wants you to discover how Living Full Out can assist you in managing loss. Perhaps you might be in a situation where you experience losing someone or something. Maybe it’s a family member, friend, a pet, or even a job. This kind of shortcoming can cause sadness or loneliness. By choosing to be mindful of the present while honoring your emotions you can have a positive outlook and be on your way to living full out.

Our first caller, Madison, feels pressured by society to go through specific steps in her life. She asks Nancy for advice on whether this is beneficial to her or if she should break this mentality. Listen as Nancy coaches her to envision what her end goal is and to work through social demands to achieve this.

Our next caller, Ashley, is juggling two majors in school along with clubs, jobs and internships. She seeks advice on how to manage her time better to reduce stress. Hear how Nancy encourages her to identify what her end plan is. This will give her focus and prevent her from burning out.


Our Inspirational guest, Brynn Johnson, faced tragedy when her seventeen month old daughter Rowyn, got out of the house and was accidentally run over by a car, which was driven by her friend Cassie. Brynn tearfully shares realizing her daughter had passed away. Tune in to hear how Brynn coped with this loss by deciding to have another baby.

Our next caller, Andrea, will be applying to law school and seeks advice on how she can feel more competitive and confident about herself. Hear Nancy share suggestions for how she can utilize her strengths and visualize the attorney she wants to be in the future. Nancy encourages her to interview professionals in her field to learn their paths.

By choosing to move forward with resilience, you can better manage setbacks or adversity. It’s important to gain the assistance of others when loss occurs. When you nurture your inner feelings, you will gain confidence and the support to live full out.
Jan 26, 2019
Discover How you can build a support team to assist you with dealing with disappointments as you strive to live full out
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Episode: 2019.5.3

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari wants to show you how you can deal with disappointments as you live full out. Perhaps you experience an adversity that challenges you, putting your back up against the wall. Maybe you have anxiety about a health condition, a disability, or job situation. This kind of emotion can cause excessive worry. By going after the cause of the problem and diving into solutions for your setback you’ll become more focused and efficient.

Our first caller, Riley, is trying to make a big decision about moving out soon. Riley asks Nancy for advice on how to cope with a family member telling her that there are risks involved with her future plans. Listen as Nancy coaches her to take the chance as she can recover from any worst case scenario.

Our Inspirational guest, Beth Fochtman, was pregnant with her son Logan when she fell ill and had a rare liver tumor that ruptured. This caused Logan to pass away but ended up saving her life as doctors were able to discover her severe health condition. Hear how with resilience and support from her high school students she was able to give birth again.

Our next caller, Ashley has been in a long happy relationship but is bothered by coworkers asking her when she is going to get married. Listen to hear how Nancy advises her to look at her peers in a new lens knowing that they just want her to be happy like them or to avoid making the mistakes they have made.

With resilience you can have a strong sense of power and control over your stress. If you find your inner strength you will have the confidence to overcome your problems. When you achieve your goals, you will be stronger and wiser as you live full out.
Jan 19, 2019
Learn How You Can Build A Legacy By Following Your Passions as You Live Full Out
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Episode: 2019.5.2

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari wants to show you how you can build a legacy as you live full out. Perhaps you’re faced with a situation where you’re going through the motions and feel unsatisfied with your life. Maybe you have anxiety about what you will do for a career and whether you’ll find the right relationship. This kind of emotion can cause excessive worry. By staying in the present, taking each day at a time, and being your most productive self, you’ll be on your way to finding inner harmony.

Our first caller, Christina, is having communication issues with her significant other. Christina asks Nancy for advice on how she can strengthen her interactions with her boyfriend. Listen as Nancy suggests to Christina to ask him to paraphrase back what she says. This will give Christina clarity on if he understands her.

Our next caller, Maria, is having trouble with her mobile home manager setting painting requirements. She seeks advice on how to deal with her landlord treating her unfairly with threats of a 30 day notice. Hear how Nancy suggests that she be her own investigator by turning to written paperwork to defend her case rather than have a verbal disagreement.

Our Inspirational guest, Nic Novicki, is an actor, comedian and filmmaker who was born with Achondroplasia or dwarfism. He has starred in numerous acting roles on TV shows like The Sopranos, Boardwalk Empire, and Saturday Night Live. Hear how at the height of 3’10 he has pursued a large vision of creating with Easterseals a film challenge.

Our next caller, Eden is going through a break up and needs advice on how to overcome her feelings of sadness and depression. Listen to hear how Nancy relates her own stories to Eden of how she reached out to her exes to get feedback on what went wrong and to avoid putting blame on herself.

With hard work and productivity you can have a strong sense of purpose. Consider what you’re passionate about and the legacy you would like to leave behind. When you achieve your goals, you will have an everlasting impact as you live full out.
Jan 12, 2019
When You Can Manage Your Stresses and Stand Up for Yourself You Are Able to Live Full Out
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Episode: 2019.5.1

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari wants to show you how you can live full out when you manage your stresses and stand up for yourself. Perhaps you’re faced with a situation where your back is against the wall and you’re on the defensive. Maybe it’s a problem at work, with a friend, or even someone you cross paths with. This kind of anxiety can cause frustration and uncertainty. By being assertive and focused on your goals you will be able to handle the hardship you are facing and be on your way to living full out.

Our first caller, Charley, has a college graduation coming up and has a large family. She asks Nancy for advice about who she should invite with only a limited amount of tickets. Listen as Nancy encourages her to invite her parents first and suggests doing a lottery for the other tickets.

Our next caller, Bryan, has a busy lifestyle that includes two jobs. He seeks advice on how to fit in exercise to his schedule. Hear how Nancy suggests how showering and music can give him energy to work out.

Our Inspirational guest, Jeffrey Deskovic, was wrongly convicted on murder and rape charges at the age of 17. He served a prison sentence for 16 years before being released due to DNA evidence proving his innocence and identifying the actual perpetrator. Tune in to hear how he dedicated his time to being an advocate for innocent people in prison.

Our next caller, Luis has been working in the food business for 13 years and is thinking about venturing out of this profession into real estate. Listen to hear how Nancy gives him suggestions on how networking and embracing change can open new doors.

By choosing to be self-assured and to always stand up for your rights, you can make a big difference in your life. Achieving your goals will be much easier and your happiness will increase when you make strides as you live full out.
Jan 05, 2019
Discover How You Can Be Inspired By Rewarding Yourself in Living Full Out
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Show Theme: Rewarding Yourself
Show Title: Discover How You Can Be Inspired By rewarding yourself and living full out
Episode: 2018.4.48
The Living Full Out show encourages you to reward yourself for your accomplishments. This goal could be a new outfit after receiving a promotion, or a night out on the town for breaking an old habit. It is important to treat yourself when you achieve something in order to stay motivated.
Our first caller, Tomi, asked Nancy how to transition from being in college to the real world. He is worried about employing the knowledge and experience he gained in university towards a successful career. Tune in to hear Nancy teach him how to have confidence in where he’s at and also how to ask others in the industry for advice.
Our second caller, Song, was recently offered two exciting job prospects, one closer to home with less pay, and one further away with a better salary. She is worried about making the right choice, as this is her first job out of college. Hear how Nancy suggests that Song follow her instincts to take a risk and not settle for what’s expected of her.
Our inspirational guest, Papa Joe Aviance, lost over 200 pounds and went from a size 56 pant to a size 34 simply by shopping at the 99 cent store and walking. After seeing himself on camera during a music video, Papa Joe realized that at 450 pounds, he needed to make a change for his health. He was depressed, full of anxiety, and had low self-esteem. However, with the advice of a friend, Papa Joe realized that despite being unemployed he could buy healthy foods and exercise while spending almost no money at all. After saving all that money by shopping frugally, he rewarded himself with a new shirt. Eventually, Papa Joe became depressed over the difficulties of educating people on healthy living, and was confronted with another obstacle – a diagnosis of bile duct cancer. Since his diagnosis, Papa Joe has continued to fight to get his life back.
Our final caller, Michelle, is concerned about her older brother’s frequent drinking. She asks Nancy about breaking her brother’s habit, both for his own health and for his relationship with their family. Hear how Nancy explains that Michelle should be a loving sister and a consistent force of positive wishes for her brother while he takes the steps necessary to live a balanced life.
To reward yourself, Nancy suggests being proud of what you achieve, even if you have failed or experienced setbacks. By doing this, you will be able to maintain a more positive mindset and keep energized. This will pave the way to accomplishing even bigger goals as you live full out.
Dec 29, 2018
Discover How Finding Your Voice Can Assist You in Personally Developing As You Live Full Out
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Show Theme: Finding Your Voice
Show Title: Discover How Finding Your Voice Can Assist You in Personally Developing As You Live Full Out
Episode: 2018.4.47

The Living Full Out Show encourages you to find your voice. If it is in regards to your passion or career desire, go for what you want. Maybe you have an illness and feel like doctors are refusing to listen or you are frustrated with how slow things are going, speak up. It is important in these situations to make your voice heard so you have a say in your life.

Our first caller, Josh, wants to quit smoking, but it is having difficulty staying motivated and refuse to give in to temptation. With his family history, Josh is worried that if he continues struggling to quit, he might develop lung cancer. He asks Nancy what he can do to resist the urge to smoke. Tune in to hear Nancy teach how there are multiple ways to break bad habits.

Our second caller, Quentin, is an aspiring actor who is in the beginning stages of his career. He is struggling to stay driven because of how difficult it is to start. He asks Nancy how to stay motivated and avoid self-doubt while pursuing this career. Hear how Nancy suggests to list out positive attributes that Quentin can use to reassure himself.

Our inspirational guest, Amy Weber, was physically and intensely bullied by a “friend” at five years old. She was innocent going into the friendship and coming out of it, she had trust issues. After moving to a new city, she started to become aggressive and made a reputation for herself where everyone was afraid of her. She has since created a film to show how she overcame bullying and give others an inside look on both sides of the spectrum.

Our final caller, Clare, asks Nancy how she can get rid of the fear she has that triggers will bring back her depression. Some of Clare’s triggers include loneliness and everyday stress. She has made some lifestyle changes and asks Nancy how to keep herself in a positive place. Hear how Nancy encourages Clare to assist others by taking what she has learned and sharing her experiences.

To find your voice, Nancy suggests listening to yourself. By doing this, you can find the words to speak up. Figure out what it is you have to say and how you can translate that into the right words or physical actions. Making yourself heard can assist in taking back control of your life. This will pave the way to gain confidence and live full out.
Dec 22, 2018
Discover How You Can Utilize Your Natural Survival Skills in Being Fearless as You Live Full Out
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Episode: 2018.4.46

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari wants you to discover how you can utilize your natural survival skills in being fearless as you live full out. Perhaps you might be in a situation that leaves you unconfident. Maybe it’s a poor job performance, or you get a bad grade in school, or rejected by a significant other. This kind of shortcoming can cause frustration and uncertainty. By choosing to do your best and be excellent in your academics, career, or personal life, you can have a more courageous outlook and be on your way to living full out.

Our first caller, Kat, wants to be involved with dance, yoga, and acting classes. She asks Nancy for advice on how to juggle all of these priorities while balancing them through work. Listen as Nancy coaches her to pick the top interest of hers and hone it out for one month before continuing with other hobbies.

Our next caller, Jojo, is considering taking classes in Japan for a month through a study abroad program. She seeks advice on whether to go and study overseas or stay back and complete a quarter semester in the states. Hear how Nancy relates to her how she was a foreign exchange student too and encourages her to just go on the trip and soak up the experience while she can.


Our Inspirational guest, George Kourounis, is a world renowned storm chaser. George has gone after tornadoes and other extreme natural phenomena for over a decade. He made a Guinness world book record for being the first person to take a sample of soil at the crater of the Earth. Tune in to hear how these unsafe situations were small compared to fears of being bitten by a bat or shot at by rebel soldiers.

Our next caller, Bryan, is worried about his friend who has a problem with alcohol. He seeks advice from Nancy on how to communicate this to his buddy without coming off as being critical. Listen as Nancy assists him to find the underlying fear he has related to substance abuse and how to counsel more positively.


By having a brave attitude, you can better manage setbacks or adversity. It’s important to feed yourself with positive affirmations on a daily basis. When you nurture your inner fearlessness you can set out to accomplish even the hardest tasks and be on your way to living full out.
Dec 15, 2018
Discover How Pressing Through A Difficult Time Can Be Made Easier by Leveraging Resources as You Live Full Out
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Episode: 2018.4.45

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari wants to show you how you can live full out by discovering how pressing through a difficult time can be made easier by leveraging resources as you live full out. Perhaps you’re faced with a difficult situation where you have to make a decision. Maybe it’s a health concern, financial stress, or relationship worries. This kind of anxiety can cause frustration and uncertainty. By choosing to take small steps you will be able to handle the hardship you are facing and be on your way to living full out.

Our first caller, Charley, has a teammate who was cut from her soccer squad. She asks Nancy for advice on ways to support her friend and still be close to her outside of sports. Listen as Nancy coaches her to encourage her acquaintance to strive for other passions and outlets and not look at her situation as a negative experience.

Our Inspirational guest, Jim Mecir, was born with clubfoot. As a child he needed multiple surgeries in order to walk. He was able to persevere and ended up playing in major league baseball as a quality relief pitcher for eleven seasons. Tune in to hear how he built a professional career on his signature screwball and what his parents did which he advocates that all families do for their kids.

Our next caller, Ben, is overwhelmed in his fast paced social environment. He seeks advice on how to deal with his anxiety and stress that revolves around pressures to have relationships and wealth. Hear how Nancy encourages him to hone his uniqueness along with a confident attitude to handle the competition.

The key to life is being able to take small steps to achieve large goals. It’s important to press through ailments and adversities. When you make strides and respond to whatever is in your way, you can be unstoppable in attaining your dreams and living full out.
Dec 08, 2018
Discover How You Can Handle Pressure by Being Resourceful In Living Full Out
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Show Theme: Pressure
Show Title: Discover How You Can Handle Pressure by Being Resourceful In Living Full Out
Episode: 2018.4. Extra Show
The Living Full Out show encourages you to stay strong under pressure and work through challenges you face. Refuse to give stress too much power to where you are consumed by the thoughts of others. The tension can take over our lives, so it is important to find ways to take time for yourself and take back control.
Our first caller, Alejandra, is a single mom, a full-time student and has a full-time job. She is trying to keep calm and do her best in everything, but it is difficult to stay positive and avoid stressing out when there is so much to do. Alejandra asks Nancy how to relieve the stress and how to balance her life. Tune in to hear Nancy suggest Alejandra to breathe and take care of herself.
Our second caller, Arya, recently graduated from college and had been living independently and on his own for 4 years. He asks Nancy how he can live at home again under a set of rules and being treated like a child after the independence he had. Listen how Nancy suggests that Arya should have a meeting with his parents to talk about compromises in the household and so they can treat him like the adult he is.
Our inspirational guest, Tania Marin, has been struggling with food and weight ever since she was 13 years old. She went on a diet at a young age and she was doing it for her family rather than herself. Tania felt the pressure from her mother because she was being compared to her sister, but also from society. There is a certain way that others feel women should look like and instill that in girls at a young age. She has been dealing with an eating disorder for a while and is currently going through recovery.
Our final caller, Clare, is new to the workplace and feels very vulnerable. She often feels out of place with her co-workers and asks Nancy how she can build up her confidence. Hear how Nancy encourages Clare to be more vocal and let her voice be present, even if it is just by agreeing with a colleague.
To handle pressure, Nancy suggests to anticipate knowing that life will never be stress free. By doing this, you can embrace the hardships and learn how resourceful you are and find the strength within. You can develop a passion and legacy using what you have endured. By being able to overcome everything you face, you can stay positive and this will pave the way to live full out.
Dec 01, 2018
Learn How to Speed Up Your Recovery By Staying Positive and Focused On the Future
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2018.6.30

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari wants to support you in your recovery. Perhaps there was a time where you struggled to regain your wellness. By taking small steps, you will begin to get better. Perseverance will allow you to reach your full potential once again.

Listen in to our first caller Victoria, whose parents want her to get a job although she is having difficulty finding one that she can balance with school. Nancy advises Victoria to discover what type of job would best match her schedule. Victoria can harness her skills and look at all possibilities for work. She can visit online job boards to find work that she can take pride in while satisfying both bills and her parents.

Our second caller is Karla, who feels as though she is not doing enough by being a full-time student and having a part-time job. Nancy tells Karla to diversify and dedicate time to several aspects of life instead of solely focusing on work and school. Karla can create more realistic expectations for herself. She can live in the moment and maximize the present.

Our inspirational guest is Sybil Bralley, who was hit by a vehicle and left severely injured with countless broken bones. Through the support of her husband, other family members, and her faith in God, Sybil was able to focus solely on healing. Despite her injuries, Sybil ridded herself of self-pity and achieved one goal at a time. Her experience has taught her to have a more positive outlook on life and live every day as if it is the last.

Our last caller is Ryan, who is having difficulty communicating with his roommate. Nancy instructs Ryan to be as effective and clear as possible in conversations. Ryan can ask his roommate to reiterate Ryan’s words to ensure that there is mutual understanding. He can take into consideration that it sometimes healthier to allow friendships to end.

Maybe you have experienced a period of difficulty and had trouble returning to a healthy state. Focusing on one goal at a time will allow you to reclaim your strength. By maintaining a positive attitude, you can progress towards recovery and live full out.
Nov 30, 2018
Learn How You Can Control Your Emotions by Being Courageous as You Live Full Out
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The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari wants to show you how you can live full out by teaching you to learn how you can control your emotions by being courageous. Perhaps you have a low self esteem and are afraid to make something better for yourself. Maybe you are stuck in a career that isn’t up to your standards. This could be eating you up in the inside, causing you to be depressed. By knowing that you are stronger and braver than you think, you can take steps forward in your life.

Our first caller, Julie, is upset that her ex-partner has a new girlfriend. Julie asks Nancy for advice on how to overcome her jealousy and resentment. Tune in to listen to Nancy teach Julie visualization and how to not let her attitude hold her back from progressing.

Our second caller is Josh, who considering leaving his paid job for an internship. Josh asks Nancy for advice on how to weigh the pros and cons of changing careers. Tune in to listen to Nancy guide Josh to go with his instincts and pick something that aligns with his values.

Our Inspirational guest, Roseann Sdoia, a survivor of the Boston marathon bombing, talks about her experience. Roseann relives what happened that fateful day on April 13, 2015. Tune in to hear about the nature of her injuries and how she coped with them.

Our next caller is Camille, who is on addiction medicine, seeks help from Nancy on how to stay on her path to recovery and not turn back. Nancy encourages Camille to stay focused by visualizing herself achieving her goals. Tune in to hear Nancy help her to manage her temptations.

You could feel inferior and unimportant. This could bring you down and make you lack confidence. It’s important to see yourself as a fearless person when you look in the mirror. When you step outside of your comfort zone and take steps towards your unachieved goals, you’re on your way to living full out.
Nov 24, 2018
Learn How You Can Rebuild you Life by tapping into your purpose as you live full out
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The Living Full Out show with Nancy Solari wants to educate you on how to rebuild your life. At times it may seem like life is constantly putting us in difficult situations that we can’t come out of. Instead, focus on harnessing that negativity and turning it into something positive that can improve your situation.


Listen in to our first caller, Gisella, a concerned mother who is searching for advice on how to manage her rebellious teenager. Nancy explains to Gisella that in order to better understand her son, she must remember what it was like to be a teenager herself. Through the act of reasoning, and making connections, they’ll both be able to relate to one another. Creating a common-thread in their relationship will spark a deeper bond between them.


Our second caller, Carson, is overwhelmed with the amount of full-time hours he’s been working at his part-time job. Unfortunately, his loaded schedule has deprived him of enjoying his passion for film. Nancy advises Carson to be assertive and stand up for himself in this situation by explaining to his employer that he’s unable to work the extra hours. By taking initiative, he is able to make assertive decisions by becoming the leader of his own life.


Today’s inspirational guest is David Hoffman, who has undergone the devastation of losing his house and all his possessions in the midst of a raging fire. Despite being left with nothing, David was able to take this unfortunate event and look to the positives in life to overcome this difficult set-back. David explains the importance of moving forward and not allowing the negatives to overshadow the things we treasure. By going into the world with a positive mindset, you will learn how to effectively handle the hardships in your life.


Our last caller is Joe, and he’s seeking advice on how to manage his daughters spending habits while she’s away at college. Joe’s tried to reason with his daughter about cutting back on her expenses, but nothing seems to be getting through to her. Nancy explains to Joe that in order for his daughter to fully grasp the concept of finance, she must know what it’s like to work for her money. Once she has a job and financial responsibilities, she’ll have a better understanding of the value money holds.


Perhaps there was a time in your life when you felt lost amongst the burdens and hardships of life. During these moments, it’s difficult to rise above the pain we endure. However, by adopting a different outlook and focusing on even the smallest of positive glimmers in the rubble, we’re able to overcome these setbacks and live full out.
Nov 17, 2018
Learn How You Can Live Full Out by Managing Your Anxieties and Overcoming Doubts You Have in Making a Decision
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The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari wants to teach you how you can live full out by overcoming doubts when making decisions. Perhaps you are in a particular situation and you feel anxiety in making the wrong move. Maybe you do know the right action to take, but tackling that decision seems daunting. Focusing on the positive instead of your fears, can actually lead you towards making a comfortable choice.

Our first caller, Olivia, is currently taking a lot of dance classes as a dance major, in addition to being committed to a sorority and other clubs at school. Olivia asks Nancy for advice on how to navigate being involved in so many activities. Tune in to listen to Nancy describe how balance is extremely important and should be incorporated into Olivia’s life. Hear Nancy share specific tips for how to practice self-care.

Our Inspirational guest, Chad Judice, was tested by doubt, but chose to harness his strong faith. When learning that his wife would give birth to a son with a birth defect, he faced his worst fear. Given the option of terminating the pregnancy, Chad and his wife chose to have the baby, despite him being born with spina bifida. Listen as Chad talks about what it is like raising a child with a health condition. Feel inspired by Chad’s dedication and love for his son.

Our next caller, Hannah, and her boyfriend might move in with a couple that happens to fight. Hannah asks Nancy how to keep her friendships in tact and prevent the household from becoming toxic. Nancy encourages Hannah to weigh her decision. Tune in to hear Nancy suggest that Hannah journal to find clarity.

It could be you are struggling with whether or not to go through with a course of action. Maybe doubt is consuming your mind, as well as feelings of unrest and worry. Sometimes it is important to take a breath, and give yourself some personal time. Allowing yourself to ponder your emotions and feelings can aid in being clear for decision-making. By learning to hear your inner-voice you are on your way to living full out.
Nov 10, 2018
Discover How Being Persistent Can Open Doors to New Opportunities in Living Full Out
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Show Theme: Persistent
Show Title: Discover How Being Persistent Can Open Doors to New Opportunities in Living Full Out
Episode: 2018.4.40
The Living Full Out show encourages you to be persistent towards your goal. This could be whether you have an illness you are fighting to overcome or if there is a certain career you have in mind for yourself. It is important in these situations to have the motivation and support from other people to keep going in life.
Our first caller, Connie, is trying to find a companion, but is having difficulty. She is worried about the people she might meet online. She asks Nancy what her options are for finding a companion outside of online dating. Tune in to hear Nancy teach how there are multiple ways to meet a potential partner and get to know them.
Our second caller, Sheridan, just recently moved home from school eight hours away from her friends and significant other. She asks Nancy how she can maintain trust and loyalty in her friends and boyfriend when she doesn’t see them every day. Hear how Nancy suggests that Sheridan should create special moments with them and try to find ways to involve them in her daily life.
Our inspirational guest, Steven Callahan, was adrift in the Atlantic Ocean for 76 days before being found by fishermen. Steven was on his way home from his voyage when something collided with his boat and started to take on water. He got his inflatable life raft set up and realized that most of the supplies he needed to survive were on his boat. He swam back and grabbed his gear before cutting the raft free. He was able to stay alive by catching fish, using solar stills to produce water and thinking of creative ways to fix his raft when needed. Steven has since documented his survival story in the book, “Adrift: 76 Days Lost at Sea.”
Our final caller, Maria, mentors her 3-year-old grandniece one way during the week and parented by her father another way during the weekends. Maria asks Nancy how she can liberate her grandniece from being parented two different ways. Hear how Nancy explains that Maria can only control what she can and that her grandniece living with two different parenting styles can assist her in building a thick skin as she grows up.
To be persistent, Nancy suggests thinking about where you want to be in life and what you need to do to get there. By doing this, you will have a clear focus and allow time to think and strategize towards being able to take those necessary steps. Make a plan and learn life lessons as you go. This will pave the way to avoid giving up and as you live full out.
Nov 03, 2018
Discover How You Can Be Proactive in Identifying Resources to Move Your Goals Forward in Living Full Out
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The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari wants to encourage you to discover how to be proactive. Perhaps you anticipate a problem but procrastination has gotten the best of you. Maybe you know there are tasks to complete, but are so fearful of failure, that you put these duties on the back burner. Waiting until the last minute, because you are intimidated, will hinder you from accomplishing your goals. Yet learning to harness and identify your resources for early-action, will put you on the path for success and lead you towards living full out.

Our first caller, George, is a store manager who needs guidance in how to motivate his associates, so that their overall work performance improves. Listen to Nancy provide tips for how George can validate his employees efforts and unique strengths. Learn how cheering on his team, starts with planting seeds of encouragement. Hear Nancy advise George to connect with his staff through talking to them about their interests and lives.

Our second caller, Kali, is stressed about college midterms and asks for advice on how to handle her anxiety and hectic schedule. Tune in to hear Nancy suggest that Kali be aware of if she is getting enough rest, eating healthy foods, and balancing her time effectively. Listen as Kali learns that the first step to being proactive is examining her current habits. Once she does this, Kali can evaluate if her routine is working and if she needs to make changes.

Our inspirational guest, Kristine Greer, is a survivor of ovarian cancer and was diagnosed twelve years ago. Tune in to hear Kristine’s plan that she created for how she was going to overcome cancer. Hear that by harnessing her unique positive outlook, Kristine was able to approach her adversity with boldness. Learn how she cultivated her purpose by creating a foundation to educate other women about the disease that is so often detected during in its late stages.

Our last caller, Samantha, is nervous to start a conversation with a boy about the status of her and his relationship. She wants to avoid awkwardness. Nancy encourages Samantha to first, cherish and harness the excitement she feels. By doing this, Samantha will be closer to expressing her feelings authentically . Nancy also guides Samantha to being proactive, by providing tips for how to facilitate the talk.

Being proactive means accessing a situation or problem and then planning how to take initiative. This can look like finding out a deadline has been moved up, and then delegating assignments to team members in order to honor that target date. This may be researching ways to finance a project, so that you are prepared for a meeting with an accountant. Training yourself to be proactive can payoff, because it will get you in the habit of taking steps towards your goals so that you will live full out.
Oct 27, 2018
Discover How You Can Use the Events in Your Life to Lead You Closer to Finding Your Purpose as You Live Full Out
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Show Theme: Finding Your Purpose
Show Title: Discover How You Can Use the Events in Your Life to Lead You Closer to Finding Your Purpose as You Live Full Out
Episode: 2018.4.37

The Living Full Out Show wants you to realize how to get closer to finding your purpose. Maybe there is a particular moment that sparked inspiration in you, when you learned what it is you are passionate about. Perhaps a specific event, made you feel clarity in what it is you need to pursue in your life. Finding out what it is you are here to accomplish and do in this world is a part of life’s journey, and the discovery can lead you towards living full out.
Our first caller, Nichelle, has been unemployed, but recently found a promising job position that she wants to apply for. Nichelle is afraid, however, of informing her potential employer about her pregnancy, because it might sway their decision in offering her the job. Tune in to hear how Nancy suggests communicating to the employer why she is the best candidate. Listen to learn how Nancy guides Nichelle to tell her future employer about her pregnancy.
Our second caller Bryanna has her Bachelor’s degree and is currently pursuing her Master’s degree in Journalism. Bryanna asks Nancy how to secure a job that she can turn into a career. Listen to Nancy advise her to learn what is unique about herself. Hear how certain networking methods can keep Bryanna informed about paths she may want to follow.
Our inspirational guest, Sarah Gray, was pregnant with twin boys, but during her pregnancy learned that one of the twins would be born with a fatal medical condition. Sarah made a difficult decision, deciding to donate her deceased son’s organs to medical research. Listen to hear how Sarah gained newfound purpose by choosing to aid in the advancement of medicine.
Our last caller, Charley, still maintains a close relationship with her dad after her parent’s divorce seven years ago. Charley is anxious that her relationship with her father will change, since he is moving out of state. Listen to Nancy tell Charley the importance of setting time aside to talk to her father, and to let him know she values his love and support.
It can take your whole life to find your purpose. Sometimes we need to go after our goals in order to get closer to what we are meant to do. Other times we have to watch as events unfold, until we finally see clearly who we want to become. Today be aware of what is possible, and watch for signs that motivate you to live full out life.
Oct 13, 2018
Learn How Forgiving Others can enable you to be more productive and focused as you live full out
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The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari wants to guide you towards forgiving others, so that you may be more productive and focused. Perhaps you and a friend got in an argument and didn’t settle your difference. Or maybe you have difficulty accepting an experience that happened once in your life. Recognize that the past is a part of you but does not define you. Trust that you can move forward by embracing a positive mindset to live your life to the fullest.

Our first caller, Uriel, asks Nancy if he should apply to new jobs, at the risk that his employer will find out and terminate his position. Tune in to hear Nancy suggest that Uriel ask his boss to consider changes that he wishes for at work. By talking honestly to his supervisor, Uriel, can avoid conflict.

Our second caller, Lorenz, is enrolled in a nursing program, which can be overwhelming. Lorenze asks Nancy how to handle the stress that comes along with working. Listen to Nancy suggest Lorenz to challenge himself to incorporate personal and family time into his days. By establishing moments to decompress and spend time with those he cares about, Lorenze can bring more balance into his life.

Our inspirational guest, Missy Jenkins, was paralyzed from the chest down, during a school shooting when she was 15 years old. After the shooting, Missy had to process her emotions and learn how to live again with hope. Listen how Missy chose to see her blessings, despite the terrible incident, and how she learned to cast away anger. Hear how Missy had the courage to go meet the shooter, and forgive him, and how she took this tragedy and used it to educate others.

Our final caller, Jocelyn is 24, and has been out of school for about six years. Jocelyn asks Nancy if it is too late to pursue a college degree? Listen to Nancy remind Jocelyn how much she has grown since the last time she was in school. Hear Nancy advise Jocelyn to create a support system, so that she can set herself up for success.

Forgiveness can be difficult and sometimes it could feel like there are many obstacles in the way of making amends and moving forward. However, sometimes it just takes mustering up a little bit of courage, to face what has happened, and let it go. Healing happens when you embrace the present. When you let yourself be reminded of all that you are blessed with, you will be closer to living your life full out.
Oct 06, 2018
Learn how you can manage expectations and free yourself to live full out
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The Living Full Out show wants to teach you how to manage expectations. Maybe you assumed that you would be promoted at work, and learning the job went to your co-worker upset you. Perhaps you look at yourself and see flaws due to comparing yourself to others. One reason you may feel strong negative emotions is because you put so much pressure on yourself to be successful and perfect. Recognize that how you thought a certain event would unfold or what you believe you should look like could be unrealistic. Take a break from self-criticism and embrace the place you are in now, so that you can enjoy the present and start living full out.

Our first caller, Oreo, asks Nancy for advice on how to mange his time when school gets really busy. Nancy suggests he experiment with particular methods for time management. Listen in to hear that schedules can get overwhelming, so it is key to make sure to leave some room for new opportunities during the day.

Our second caller, Song, is concerned because as a leader of a school group project, she feels like her classmates are not contributing equally. Tune in to hear Nancy suggest that Song look for what each person in the group is good at, and then assign work based upon their strengths. Listen to Nancy give specific tips on how Song can motivate her team, so that they are encouraged to do the best they can, without being intimidated by expectations.

Our inspirational guest, Colleen Werner, is an eating disorder survivor who has struggled with anorexia and orthorexia since her childhood. Colleen was triggered by an unexpected comment that made her insecure and initiated unhealthy eating habits. By ten years old Colleen took it on to herself to begin dieting. Growing up as a dancer, Colleen struggled with expectations and the pressure to be smaller. Tune in to listen to Colleen discuss the reality of relapses as well as provide valuable resources to Nancy, that can support anyone suffering with an eating disorder.

Our third caller, Umar, asks Nancy how to create a more meaningful relationship with a man he is communicating with through social media. Nancy encourages Umar to establish a connection with his Instagram friend through the phone or in person. Tune in to hear Nancy give advice on how Umar can assess whether this person will be a supportive person in his life or an online friend only.

To take back control of your life, limit how it is swayed by expectations. Try considering what serves you, and noticing what causes you harm. Once you evaluate, you can let go of ideas of how you feel life should be. Take this moment to be grateful for all that you have, and allow this thankfulness to replace pressure so you will live full out.
Sep 29, 2018
Learn How You Can Manage Loss During the Grieving Process as You Strive to Live Full Out
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The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari wants to guide you in managing the strong emotions and feelings you experience when loss enters your life. Maybe you have lost a loved one and it hurts or perhaps you remember a time before now when everything felt so much less difficult, and you are mourning the loss of the past. You are unable to control everything that happens to you, and loss is a recurring cycle. However you can remember your inner strength and use it to live a full life.

Our first caller, Carole, asks Nancy how to retain a strong relationship with her grandchildren who live in another state. Hear Nancy stress the importance of embracing little moments that Carole can share with her grandkids. It could be as simple as reminding them of a special movie moment that they loved and have watched together. Or it can be as simple as reflecting on a happy memory


Our second caller, Andrew, feels overwhelmed with school and work, and feeling pressure to balance both. Nancy reminds Andrew that it is so easy to over extend oneself to the point of burnout. Nancy tells Andrew to take a moment, look in the mirror, and cheer himself on. By pushing himself past expectations, Andrew can tell himself, that he is doing the best he can. This affirmation will aid him in channeling his confidence.

Our inspirational guest Amy Bioncholli, shares her experience of loss. Her father attempted suicide when she was younger, and as her life moved forward her sister and husband took their own lives. Amy is a survivor who tells that the ability to lighten the mode and break the cycle of negative energy is an important element in getting through such heart-breaking times. Listen to Amy tell Nancy how to quiet those negative voices of guilt. Tune in to hear how Amy used music to in moving forward through the unknown.

Our final caller, Zahir, asks Nancy how to best manage a long distance relationship with the woman he loves.. Nancy tells Zahir to schedule particular moments in the day with a calendar, so that he can spend quality phone time with his girlfriend. Nancy recommends diversifying how he tells his partner he appreciates and cares for her.

We understand that loss is going to enter our lives at some point or another. It is inevitable, but you can release yourself from getting stuck in a negative cycle of guilt by appreciating the present with gratitude. You will grieve, but, after that process, its time to continue, because you have the strength and power to live full out.
Sep 22, 2018
Learn How Reflecting on Your Past and Planning for Your Future Can Guide You to Discovering Who You Are as You Live Full Out
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The Living Full Out show with Nancy Solari encourages you to discover who you are. Maybe you are struggling with the type of person you see yourself as or who you associate with. By figuring out these aspects in your life, you can feel more like you. It is important to figure out your identity to live your life to the fullest.

Our first caller, Angelo, is feeling overwhelmed with work. Angelo has been doing the job of two to three people for the past four months and his boss has known. He feels like his boss is going to ignore that he needs assistance. Angelo wishes he could open a door and run away from the pressure. He wants to know ways how he could handle it. Tune in to hear Nancy explain that there are multiple ways to be heard and what steps should be taken after.
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Our second caller, Bekah, had an argument with a friend a few weeks back and has since been able to continue their friendship. However, some things were said and Bekah feels hurt. She asks Nancy how she should properly communicate with her friend that their words were hurtful. Nancy shares with Bekah how to express how she is feeling rather than blaming her friend. If it is a sincere apology than their friendship will grow. If her friend makes excuses, Bekah may want to consider letting the friendship go.

Today’s inspirational guest is Katie Hill. Katie was born Luke, but struggled as a child wanting to be a girl rather than a boy. She was constantly bullied by her peers because she was vocal about disliking her boyish features. At around 17 years old, Katie discovered what it meant to be transgender and six-months later, had bottom surgery. Today, Katie is in a successful relationship with a man, and is still discovering who she wants to be as a woman.

Our final caller, Marianna, is going through some family struggles. Her parents have been taking their anger out on Marianna and her siblings as a result of their divorce. Marianna asks Nancy how she can support her parents but not feel the pressure of their breakup on her shoulders. Hear how Nancy advises Marianna to write a letter to each of her parents expressing her concerns.

To discover who you are, Nancy suggests listening to your inner voice as a guide. Embrace yourself with open arms and appreciate all the aspects of who you are. By looking within yourself you will find the answers to what you want. It could be a supportive relationship or learning new hobbies. By trusting your instincts you will have clarity in how to approach living full out.
Sep 15, 2018
Learn How You Can Be Resilient as You Overcome Challenges in Living Full Out
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The Living Full Out Show wants to teach you how you can be resilient as you overcome challenges. Maybe you need to develop more strength in order to rise above an obstacle. Or perhaps you want to feel powerful enough to defeat a challenge, but you can’t quite grasp your confidence. Today, discover how to harness your inner toughness so you can grow into a person capable of making it though difficult times, and strong enough to live full out.

Our first caller, Shannon, is struggling with letting her roommate know that their smoking habit in the house bothers her. Tune in to hear Nancy teach Shannon that setting boundaries is a huge milestone in creating peace in the household. Listen to Nancy suggest that Shannon start a dialogue with her roommate. By voicing her concerns, Shannon can be resilient because she will be communicating her needs, and making her perspective known.

Our second caller, Kanyin, asks Nancy for advice on how to navigate through her first year in college. Nancy suggests that Kanyin accept her many fluctuating emotions, at this beginning stage as a freshman. Nancy tells Kanyin that a part of gaining strength is knowing it’s okay to feel and cry when life feels too daunting. Nancy teaches Kanyin that by recognizing her accomplishments, such as graduating from high school and being accepted into college, she will have a more positive outlook, and can remember how far she’s progressed.

Our inspirational guest is Emily Reese, who learned sixteen years into her marriage with her husband that he was gay. After gaining a sense of freedom from realizing she could move forward from her marriage without resentment or anger, Emily faced another adversity, when she was diagnosed with cancer. Emily proves that life’s tests come our way sometimes to give us insight to share with others. Her philosophy of accepting that unexpected obstacles are going to be presented in life, supported her through shaky times, when the future was unknown.

Our last caller Kiana, wants to know how to balance classes, jobs, full time internships, and relationships. Nancy advises Kiana to try focusing less on how much she can do, and more on how she can care for herself. Nancy tells Kiana to schedule time in her day for activities and rest like sleep, working out, and talking to a friend who brings her joy. Nancy also suggests that Kiana try saying “Not right now” when too much is being asked of her. A part of being resilient is knowing when to give yourself a break, and often it even means recognizing limits.

Perhaps you are overwhelmed or heavy-hearted and want to find a way to lift yourself out of these feelings. Maybe you are experiencing troubles and need some strength to carry you through the days. By reminding yourself of your own power, and the fact that tough situations can provide insight for yourself and others, you can move forward with more positivity towards a life where you are living full out.
Sep 08, 2018
Learn how you can reclaim your life by visualizing your goals as you Live Full Out
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Show Theme: Reclaiming your Life
Show Title: Learn how you can reclaim your life by visualizing your goals as you Live Full Out
Episode: 2018.4.34

The Living Full Out show encourages you to reclaim your life. By aligning your actions with intention and purpose, and by visualizing your goals, you can evolve to reach new potential. It could be that you have lost your confidence, or perhaps you are having difficulty dealing with loosing something special in your life. It is important in these situations to know that you deserve to move forward

Our first caller, Rhonda, is approaching retirement. Sacrificing her job for a new chapter in her life makes Rhonda feel uneasy. She wants to know how to find a hobby that will not only fulfill her, but will assist in her reclaiming passion and joy in her life. Tune in to hear Nancy teach how finding a passion to fill the void, begins with diversifying Rhonda’s usual interests, and exploring new activities.

Our second caller, Matthew, asks Nancy how he can regain his confidence and improve his public speaking. Nancy makes it clear that the key components to being a good public speaker are the delivery, unique message, and passion behind the words. Nancy tells Matthew that by speaking about his story and personal experience, he can be reminded of his power to inspire others. This realization can help Matthew discover his purpose.

Today’s inspirational guest is Victoria Reynolds. Victoria was born into a polygamous cult in Montana, where her self-worth was diminished to her role as a woman, future-wife, and domestic slave. Victoria ran away from the religious community and recovered from the abuse of her early years. Yet later on in life, she was hit with even more challenges. During the 2008 recession Victoria lost her parents, her businesses, and nearly all her faith and willpower. It was only when Victoria listened to her inner-voice with gratitude and learned to trust herself fully, that she was able to reclaim her life with more knowledge and insight than before.

Our last caller, Jonathan, desires to choose a career after graduation. However, Jonathan is afraid of choosing a specific profession because he fears he will pick the wrong one. Jonathan wants to reclaim feelings of success, but is afraid of commitment at work. Nancy guides Jonathan, and tells him that focusing on a particular job won’t inhibit his options, but will broaden his opportunities. Nancy helps Jonathan understand that more options lie down the line, and that he is diversified in many skills, which will lead him towards the career he wants.

To reclaim the life you always wanted, Nancy suggests approaching opportunities with energy and fearlessness. Explore the positive “What ifs. ” For example, “What if I do succeed” or “What if I have the strength to overcome this obstacle”? This exercise might initially feel unnatural, but with practice, you can use affirmations to visualize your goals and ultimately reach them. By reflecting on what did or did not work in the past, you can gain insight for how to make more effective actions in the present. This knowledge will pave the way for you to take control and live a life full out.
Sep 01, 2018
Learn how being a leader can make you more efficient and get you closer to your goals as you live full out
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Episode: 2018.4.33

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari wants to teach you how capable you are of being a leader. Perhaps there was a time when you felt unsure of how to take charge of a situation. By encouraging the importance of hard work and diligence, you can strengthen your skills to inspire and direct others.

Listen in to our first caller, Huong, who wants to know if she should lose weight since our society emphasizes the importance of being slim. Nancy tells Huong to focus on and celebrate her physical features that she is proud of. Huong can inspire another person in her life to discover which of their attributes that they love about themselves.

Nancy advises you to use your natural gifts and talents to be of service to others. You can lead and guide a person in your life who has been having a difficult time away from their anxiety and into a more positive state of mind. You can recognize that unexpected hurdles will occur and handle those obstacles by having a sense of humor.

Our inspirational guest is Kathrine Switzer, the first official woman who ever ran the Boston Marathon. Rather than giving up when people failed to believe that Kathrine would be able to complete the Boston Marathon, the negativity motivated Kathrine to create positivity. Kathrine found the strength to continue persevering towards her aspiration by recognizing that she had an obligation to inspire other people, especially women, that they are capable of overcoming adversity and making their dreams a reality. Kathrine was able to accomplish her goal by taking her difficult experiences and using them as opportunities to learn and grow.

Our last caller, Janet, is struggling with how to handle her daughter being cyber-bullied on social media. Nancy instructs Janet to search online for organizations in her local community that assist victims of bullying that she can go to with her teenager. Janet can align her daughter with a mentor who has gone through the same experience and can provide advice.

Maybe there was a time when you felt too nervous to take on the role of being a leader. Remember to remain confident in your ability to steer your vision in the right direction. By aiming to motivate the people around you, you can guide others with ease and live full out.
Aug 25, 2018
Discover how being a survivor can provide you the strength to Live Full Out
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The Living Full Out show wants you to be a survivor in life. There are many challenges that will come your way, but you can possess the power to overcome them. You have the ability to make it through the humps and hurdles that present themselves along your path. Maybe you are recovering from a serious illness and need perseverance to see the good beyond the bad. Or perhaps you are enduring pain after the loss of something you loved. In these situations try to recognize that you are strong, harness positivity, and visualize a purposeful future. With determination, you can get through these tough times. You can keep pushing so that you overcome your struggles, and live a life without regrets.

Our first caller, Kiyomi, is at a standoff with romance. She expresses her heart fully to love interests, but feels scared that her honesty is pushing them away. Kiyomi asks Nancy if she should go against her own nature, and change who she is to protect her heart. Nancy advises Kiyomi to remember that finding love is a journey, and that modifying herself to appease someone else is not the way to go. Instead, Nancy suggests that Kiyomi stay her course, until she finds someone who complements her. Nancy shares that putting her heart out there is one of Kiyomi’s unique strengths.

Our second caller, Heaven, needs advice on how to manage a long distance relationship, while she moves to a new city to start a new job. Heaven is concerned about not having enough quality time with her significant other. Nancy tells Heaven to be creative, to have fun, and to invest energy into keeping the relationship going. Nancy suggests sending love emails, letters, post cards, and care-packages, in order for Heaven to express her affection. She lets Heaven know that planning and agreeing on times to talk will keep the couple connected and on the same page.

Today’s inspirational guest is Donna Hartely. Donna is a survivor of many different life-altering events. As a struggling actress and at the age of thirty, Donna made plans to re-visit Hawaii, however, right after takeoff, her plane crashed and burned to the ground. In this life or death situation, Donna realized that she had not achieved all she had wanted to in life. Later in life, Donna overcame stage three cancer. After this, she had open-heart surgery and she survived. Donna’s mentality that love triumphs fear, gave her the tool to make it through again and again.

Our last caller, Derick, asks Nancy how to get his kids to respect their mother. Since, Derick is the disciplinarian at home, Nancy tells Derick to switch parental roles with his wife, so that she becomes the authoritative figure. Nancy suggests that together Derick and his wife watch movies with strong mother figures, so that she can learn from example, how to be an assertive mom with a parental voice.


To be a survivor means to make it through the dilemma. What you say to yourself, in your mind and out loud, will either build you up or break you down. By knowing that laughter, joy, and purpose are ahead of you, you can become motivated to push through the tough moments. Life isn’t easy, but telling yourself you can get through it, opens the doors to creating a future for yourself where you are living full out.
Aug 18, 2018
Learn how you can reach for more while applying the principles of Living Full Out
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2018.4.31

The Living Full Out show with Nancy Solari wants to show you the importance of reaching for more. Perhaps there was a time when you settled for mediocre instead of trying to go above and beyond. By recognizing that there is always room for improvement, you can continuously better yourself and discover your ability to make life even more incredible.

Listen in to our first caller, Emily, whose roommate’s boyfriend has been spending too much time at their apartment, but Emily is struggling as to how to approach them with the issue without causing tension. Nancy advises Emily to have a conversation and give suggestions to her roommate about setting boundaries and negotiating the times and areas in which her friend’s partner can stay at their place. Emily can also get to know her friend’s significant other and build comradery with him in order to feel more comfortable about him sharing their space.

Our second caller, Rylee, is a recent college graduate who is having difficulty finding a job and preventing himself from feeling incompetent compared to people who have already obtained careers in his field. Nancy instructs Rylee to avoid limiting himself from applying exclusively to studios that are hiring and to send his cover letter and resume to companies he would love to work for regardless of if they are offering positions. Rylee can contact an animator and ask them questions and advice about how they attained their profession so that he can take those same steps towards landing his dream job.

Our inspirational guest is Sean Swarner, who was diagnosed with cancer twice at the ages of thirteen and sixteen, was put in a medically-induced coma, and still managed to climb Mt. Everest later in life. Rather than allowing cancer to limit him, Sean felt excited for having survived and pushed himself each day to be better and get closer to achieving his goals. Instead of feeling as though he missed out on having a normal youth, Sean moved forward by focusing on the present and believing that he could make his dreams possible. By choosing to be positive and looking at the bright side of his diagnoses, Sean discovered a new understanding of just how precious and valuable life is.

Our last caller, Alisha, worries that her long-distance relationship will hold her back from having the full college experience. Nancy tells Alisha to take time away from her boyfriend in order to experience life and discover who she is. Alisha can realize that if her partner disregards her needs, or if they fail to come back to each other after having been apart, then it is best to accept that there are better matches out there for them.

Perhaps there was a time when you found yourself failing to reach for more. Figure out which areas in your life can be enhanced in order to grow beyond what you thought was your full potential. By continuing to strive for the best and choosing to ante up each day, you can live full out.
Aug 11, 2018
Discover How the Balance between Determination and Patience can Maintain your Focus in Living Full Out
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2018.4.30

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari wants to assist you in maintaining your focus. Perhaps there was a time when you had difficulty concentrating on an important task at hand. By allowing yourself to take small breaks between what you are working on and committing to one duty at a time, you can become better at paying attention.

When attempting to maintain focus, Nancy advises you to assess your goals and make a plan of action to follow in order to achieve them. You can put the negative self-talk aside and consider what your best traits are to strengthen them even further to reach success. You can then discover which qualities you lack to find the resources needed to accomplish your aspirations.

Our first caller, Prince, wants to know how he can build up the courage to talk to new people. Nancy instructs Prince to be himself when approaching others he is yet to be acquainted with and to embrace being different. Prince can consider the positive aspects of his personality before starting that first conversation with someone, in order to strengthen his confidence.

Our inspirational guest is Nikki Johnson-Huston, who was homeless as a child and raised by a single mother. Determined to have a successful and fulfilled life rather than ending up in grim situations like the people around her, Nikki worked hard and made choices that bettered herself. Nikki was able to persevere through each struggle she faced by remembering that she is good enough. By believing that anything is possible and constantly challenging herself to improve, Nikki was able to beat the odds and achieve her dreams.

Our last caller, Camille, feels as though she is the only one putting effort into her relationship, and is struggling as to how she can invest time in herself rather than putting all of her energy into trying to make it work with her boyfriend. Nancy tells Camille to transition out of the relationship if she thinks that she has outgrown it, in order to find a partner in the future who is a better match. Camille can use her time being single to pick up a valuable hobby or meet new people so that she can be the best version of herself once does have a new significant other.

Maybe you have struggled with completing responsibilities because you found it impossible to avoid distractions. Take the action necessary to minimize interruptions that keep you from accomplishing your goals. By remaining persistent and determined to get the job done, you can improve your ability to maintain your focus and live full out.
Aug 04, 2018
Discover How You Can Harness Confidence and Determination in Not Giving Up on Your Dreams
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Episode 29

The Living Full Out show wants to encourage you to Not Give Up when it comes to your dreams, goals, and desires. Maybe your job requires you to overcome a fear that you are anxious to conquer. Recognize that despite your anxieties and limitations, the affirmation, “Never Give Up,” can ground you and move you forward towards your fullest potential. Putting one foot in front of the other will help you discover the power within yourself.

Our first caller, Rose, is a single parent of three, who is anxious about what to do next once all of her children are in college and out of the house. Tune in to hear Nancy teach Rose to be proud of herself as a mother, but to also embrace the next chapter in her life. Nancy suggests that Rose align what she has loved in the past with the present moment, so that she may pursue an activity that best suits her nature and interests.

Our second caller, Linda, has a fear of public speaking. Linda gets nervous when anticipating others criticism and expectations. Nancy reminds Linda that stories and presentations are gifts, and that audience members, friends, or peers can take away so much from hearing her share her experience.

Our inspirational guest is Olivia Hutcherson, who had an incredible passion and talent for dancing, yet was struck with uncertainty when diagnosed with aggressive Breast Cancer in her mid-twenties. Olivia used her intuition that something was wrong, to get herself to medical care and take action immediately. During recovery, by pursuing milestones and celebrating small successes along the way, Olivia was able to feel power, joy, and strength.

Our last caller, Douglas calls in because he feels he is disconnected with his friends. Hear how Nancy guides Douglas and tells him that old friendships have value in the many different phases of his life. Nancy says that even though his friends don’t understand his life choices, they have helped shape who he is.

Perhaps you had difficulty choosing to be positive during a hard period in your life. Maybe you saw more reasons to feel bad, then to persevere. Not Giving Up is a practice that provides us with more than just resilience. It can prove ourselves our own power and promise, and remind us there is always a way to Live Full Out.
Jul 28, 2018
Discover how when you apply the principles of Living Full Out, you can maintain hope for your future
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Episode 28

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari wants you to see the importance in having hope. Perhaps there was a time when you gave up and were only able to see the negative. Rather than allowing yourself to feel defeated, take the steps to gain an optimistic mindset by working hard to improve upon the unhappy aspects of your life.

Listen in to our first caller, Soriya, a nursing student who is overwhelmed with her responsibilities and is unsure of how she can prevent herself from burning out before she begins her profession as a nurse. Nancy advises Soriya to learn how to tell the people in her life that she can assist them with their needs later, rather than right at that moment, in order to protect time for herself. Soriya can build in more moments of relaxation by taking ten minutes in the morning and mid-day to engage in an activity that she enjoys and dedicating a longer amount of time to rest during the evening, whether that be journaling or talking to a friend. Soriya can find freedom in scheduling out her days in order to balance both rest and the duties that come with nursing school.

Our second caller, Tara, wants to put into action her ideas for entrepreneurship, such as starting a summer school program for children in her neighborhood, but feels apprehensive about beginning the process. Rather than attempting to do everything by herself, Nancy instructs Tara to consider what her gifts and talents are in order to decide which singular aspect of her program she wants to be in charge of. Tara can then look within her local area for free services that can provide guidance in finding team members that will fulfill the other facets necessary to operating the organization and allowing it to reach its full potential.

Our inspirational guest is Abby Rike, whose husband, 5-year-old daughter, and 2-year-old son were killed in a car accident in October of 2009, and who later went on to be a contestant of The Biggest Loser. Abby was able to cope with the tragedy of losing her family through her faith in God and the belief that she was put on this Earth to do great things. Abby’s journey on The Biggest Loser assisted her in the process of healing, in that it reconnected her to a community and prevented her from feeling isolated or alone. Although the wound of Abby’s spouse and children dying will forever be present, Abby was able to continue on with life by accepting that it is impossible to change the past and instead focusing on maintaining a positive attitude towards life.

Our last caller is Alex, who is having difficulty figuring out what to do about the fact that his girlfriend and friend are struggling to get along. Nancy tells Alex to take the initiative to hold them both accountable and point out when they are being rude to one another. Alex can have a conversation with his significant other and friend, expressing his concerns that their lack of respect towards each other will have consequences and Alex will lose one of them. Once Alex has relayed his worries, he can make changes in his life regarding the person who continues to ignore his wishes.

Maybe there was a time when you felt that all hope was lost. Perhaps you have had difficulty believing that the future held any joy or good opportunities. By maintaining faith that life will get better and that you will eventually find the strength to escape these dark times, you can live full out.
Jul 21, 2018
Learn How Not Settling in Life can Bring you Closer to Achieving Your Goals and Living Full Out
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Episode 27

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari wants to encourage you in not settling. Perhaps there was a time when you felt less than satisfied with where you were in life but failed to improve. Recognize why you have been unable to strive for the best and take the action needed to reach your dreams rather than staying where you currently are.

Listen in to our first caller, Lizzie, a hardworking student and employee who wants to know how to take breaks between school and work without feeling guilty. Nancy teaches Lizzie that replenishing oneself is a worthy task, but that it must be done with the intention to be productive afterwards. Nancy tells Lizzy to set thirty-minute time intervals for breaks and to plan activities throughout the day that are purposeful. This will prevent Lizzie from feeling overwhelmed or lazy.

Our second caller, Matthew, was recently cut from the basketball team and is unsure as to how to stay positive even when he encounters failures such as this. Nancy tells Matthew to take the initiative to find out why he was let go from the basketball team to discover what changes he needs to make to succeed in the future. Matthew can find the best method of communication to approach his fellow athletes and use their answer as an opportunity to grow and move forward.

Our second caller, Matthew, was recently cut from the basketball team and is unsure as to how to stay positive even when he encounters failures such as this. Nancy tells Matthew to take the initiative to find out why he was let go from the basketball team to discover what changes he needs to make to succeed in the future. Matthew can find the best method of communication to approach his fellow athletes and use their answer as an opportunity to grow and move forward.

Our inspirational guest is Shayla Logan, who has faced numerous unimaginable traumas such as being abused by her adoptive mother during her childhood and attempting suicide. Shayla made it through each adversity that she experienced by maintaining a sense of humor and avoiding taking life too seriously. Remaining resilient has allowed Shayla to bounce back even from the worst of tragedies. Shayla accepted that it is impossible to go back to who she was before each painful period of her life and was able to discover how to be the best version of herself with what she currently has.

Our last caller, Eddie, was initially addicted to several toxic habits and moved on to a time-consuming gaming addiction that leaves him feeling angry. Nancy instructs Eddie to turn his negative habit into a positive one by instead dedicating the same amount of time he spends on gaming with something else such as cooking or going to the gym. Eddie can visualize letting go of a great weight to rid himself of his harmful obsessions and have more control.

Maybe there was a time when you found yourself giving up on achieving your desires despite aiming for not settling. Perhaps you have felt less than others, and this sentiment keeps you from meeting challenges with motivation. Realize your potential to accomplish greatness beyond what you believe you are capable of. By trying your hardest to succeed and pushing yourself outside of your comfort zone, you can live full out.
Jul 14, 2018
When you choose to be positive you unlock the door to Live Full Out
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2018.4.26

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari wants to show you how incredible you can feel when choosing to be positive. Perhaps there was a time when your defeatist attitude consumed you. Discover how to actively improve what you dislike about your life. Find ways to advance towards happiness rather than allowing negativity to hold you back.

Listen in to our first caller, Anita, who is struggling with starting a new relationship after the death of her spouse. Nancy advises Anita to realize that her husband would want her to be happy and have someone to share her life with. Anita can find a companion that shares the same qualities as her deceased partner, as well as different characteristics she values in other men. Anita can look towards the future and be herself when dating to find a significant other who loves her for who she is.

Our second caller is Josephine, wants to know how to handle the negativity of people that are impossible to remove from her life, such as family members. Nancy instructs Josephine to try to understand their perspective and why they act the way they do. By dealing with others that make Josephine’s life unpleasant, she can recognize who brings her joy and appreciate the people she loves even more.

Our inspirational guest is Katie Mckenna, who was run over by an eighteen-wheeled truck while riding on a bicycle at the age of twenty-five. Katie was able to survive the accident and persevere through the tough road to recovery by realizing that she had to fight and remain positive in order to regain happiness. By accepting that pain is inevitable and having gratitude for the good aspects of life, Katie was able to heal and live to the fullest.

Our last caller is Denaeuh, who is having difficulty coping with the fact that her father was given less than a year to live due to being diagnosed with stage four brain cancer. Nancy tells Denaeuh to cherish the time that she has left with her dad and make the most of it. Denaeuh can memorialize him by recording his voice and listening to it when he is gone. She can remember that her father will always be a part of her because they share many of the same traits and he is in the fabric of who she is.

Perhaps you have had difficulty choosing to be positive during a dark period in your life. Maybe it felt impossible to remain optimistic when so much was going wrong. By forcing yourself to transform each pessimistic thought into a hopeful one, you can make it a habit to look at the bright side and live full out.
Jul 07, 2018
Discover how you can Live Full Out by accepting life's circumstances
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2018.4.21

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari wants to support you in accepting life’s circumstances. Maybe you have felt stuck in getting through a difficult time in your life. By facing your reality head on, you can control your life and focus on your future.

Listen in to our first caller, Alex, who is struggling to lose weight due to a lack of motivation and his tendency to isolate himself. Tune in to hear how Nancy advises Alex to focus on a positive mindset and manage the insecurities that limit him from reaching his potential. Nancy provides Alex with guidance on how to take small steps to reach his weight loss goals and inspire others in the process.

Our inspirational guest is Maggi Pivovar, who suffered severe medical complications including the amputation of her legs after contracting meningococcal meningitis and a blood infection. Hear how Maggi shares with us the ways she coped with the loss of her legs and how she was able to move forward in her life. Listen to hear the strategies Maggi used to approach life after her hospitalization which have led her to embrace the changes to her body in a positive way.

Our last caller is Rasel, who is having trouble sticking to a meaningful goal long enough to see any payoff. Nancy instructs Rasel to open up to other people in his life about his ambitions. Listen to Nancy advise Rasel on how he can structure discipline into his life and therefore make his long term goals more attainable.

Perhaps you have struggled with getting through difficult times. Focus on the personal changes you can make that will help you move on from what may be keeping you in a rut. By staying true to your goals and maintaining positive thoughts, you can accept life’s circumstances and live full out.
Jun 30, 2018
Learn how to let go of Regrets as you choose to Live Full Out
3193
2018.4.24

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari will provide you with the tools to handle feelings of regret. Perhaps there has been a time when you wished you could redo something that happened. Take the initiative to improve the current state of your life rather than dwelling on previous actions. Allow yourself to move forward instead of looking back.

Listen in to our first caller Jahisha, who has a championship coming up and wants to focus on achieving her goals during the competition while remembering why she loves what she is doing, without becoming consumed by the pressure. Nancy advises Jahisha to come up with a quick physical gesture that will ground her in the moment when she feels overwhelmed. Jahisha can express her anxieties and emotions to loved ones to gain a clear mind so that she can concentrate solely on her vision. Jahisha can remember that life will lead her to where she is meant to be even if she steers off course at times.

Our second caller is Jillian, who is a student wanting to know how she can remain constantly motivated instead of periodically losing that drive like she does currently. Nancy instructs Jillian to slow down and allow herself to release tension. Jillian can take short breaks from fully exerting herself and watch television or call a friend to recharge before getting back to working. Jillian can rid herself of feeling guilty for resting by realizing that relaxation is necessary in order to keep going.

Our inspirational guest is Mike Panus, who killed his friend, Rich, in a car accident while drunk driving when he was a senior in college. Mike was able to heal from the regret he felt with the support and forgiveness of friends and family—including Rich’s family. Mike carries on his friend’s legacy by giving back and preventing others from making the same mistake of driving under the influence. By avoiding looking back remaining optimistic and turning negative circumstances into positive ones, Mike was able to move forward with life.

Our last caller is Dejuan, who is having trouble avoiding distractions that make it difficult to stay on the right track towards accomplishing his goals. Nancy instructs Dejuan to prioritize by fulfilling what needs to be done first before focusing on what he wants to do. Dejuan can allow loved ones to keep him accountable for his aspirations to prevent self-sabotage from holding him back. Rather than thinking about what he could have done better in the past, Dejuan can accept that struggles are a part of life.

Maybe you regret failing to fulfill something that you desired in the past. Perhaps you felt disappointed that things turned out differently than how you wanted it to. Rather than giving up, keep trying and find different ways to accomplish what you wish for. Eventually you will find success and live full out.
Jun 23, 2018
Learn how going with the flow can set you free to Live Full Out
3185
Episode 23

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari wants to encourage you in going with the flow. Maybe there was a time when something unexpected happened at work or with a loved one. Realize that life can turn out differently than how you wanted it to and take each day in stride.

Listen in to our first caller Jordan, who is struggling to find a significant other even though many of her friends are in relationships. Nancy advises Jordan to avoid comparing herself to others and instead focus on what makes her happy. Jordan can consider the similarities that people she has been romantically interested in the past have had, to figure out what she wants in a partner. She can put herself out there and be excited that love will eventually come her way.

Our second caller is Emily, who is having difficulty balancing summer classes, an internship, and two jobs, but is afraid of letting people down. Nancy instructs Emily to avoid committing to doing favors for others when she is busy, and to instead fulfill those requests when she has more time on her hands. Emily can manage studying, interning, and working, by negotiating how much time to dedicate to each responsibility. She can make a schedule and realize that she has complete control of her life when obligations become overwhelming.

Our inspirational guest is Tony Horton, who was considered too small to be good at athletics growing up and faced numerous failures before finding success in working with BeachBody to create P90X. Tony took each disappointing outcome he faced as a life lesson and learning experience that allowed him to find a different way to accomplish his desires in the future. Through persistence and dedication, Tony reached his goals by developing his own unique diet and exercise strategies that worked for him and others in achieving physical fitness. By having a greater understanding of who he is, Tony was able to discover his purpose and passions in life.

Our last caller is Rhonda, who is having trouble motivating herself to exercise due to her limiting heart condition and tight schedule since she is a working, single mom. Nancy tells Rhonda to use any amount of free time she has between accomplishing her duties to get her body moving in even the smallest of ways. Rhonda can take baby steps towards making healthier choices and gradually improve her physical fitness. Rhonda can speak to herself with affirmative words and believe that she is capable of change.

Perhaps you have had difficulty accepting the way life was unfolding. Learn to adapt to changes instead of resisting them. Allow yourself to embrace what is happening around you and live full out.
Jun 16, 2018
Identify the Essential Skills Needed to Free Yourself From Abusive Relationships
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2018.6.2

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari wants to support you in escaping abusive relationships. Perhaps there was a time where you felt incapable of leaving a toxic partner, friend, or family member. By breaking the silence about your circumstances, you can find the means necessary to return to a healthy environment and feel at ease again.

Listen in to our first caller Mary, who recently retired and wants to spend her time doing something she enjoys and remaining involved in her community. Nancy advises Mary to join different groups in her area to engage in exciting activities and meet new people. Mary can ask others how they spend their free time and apply that to her own life.

Our second caller is Hayley, who is a teacher’s aide and wants to know how she can better handle her anxiety when work becomes too overwhelming. Nancy tells Hayley to find a quick method of bringing herself comfort. Hayley can do a physical action or listen to a song that will ground her in the moment. She can find ways to switch her energy once work is over to leave her anxiety behind.

Our inspirational guest is Paula Rumbolt, who is a survivor of domestic violence. Paula’s faith in God and the support from her pastor and mother empowered Paula to speak out about her situation. The need to keep her children safe allowed her to find the courage to seek assistance. By remaining strong and managing to escape, Paula was able to start a new and healthy life.

Our last caller is Daniela, who is having difficulty managing her social anxiety. Nancy instructs Daniela to think of her personality traits as unique and original. Daniela can seek advice from her friends and family as to how she can become the person she wants to be. Instead of changing herself to please everyone, Daniela can find people who love her for who she is.

Maybe there was a time where you felt trapped in an abusive relationship. By reaching out to others for support, you can find the courage to cut ties with people who cause you pain. You can rebuild your life and live full out.
Jun 02, 2018
Learn How Grieving Can Bring You Closer To Those You Love
3171
4.18.21

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari wants to support you in times of grief. Perhaps there was a time when you lost someone close to you. Maybe you had difficulty establishing a new routine without that person and had trouble moving forward. Allowing yourself to mourn and express sadness can be a source of relief. Putting your life on pause to reflect and properly deal with pain may give you more closure down the road.

Our first caller is Jean, who is having difficulty taking steps to change his occupation. Nancy shows Jean that believing in himself and saying his goals out loud can become forward momentum. Creating a network of people Jean respects in the job area he is going into can give him insight and expertise. By making a plan of exit, Jean can transition his career path at a pace that suits his needs.

Our second caller is Dominic, who wants to fit in at work despite being much younger than his co-workers. Nancy instructs Dominic to ask questions and do research on what the other employees enjoy to create more camaraderie. Dominic can also rejuvenate them by bringing a youthful energy and keeping his co-workers informed about what he likes. By being curious and showing respect, Dominic can learn more about his job through the advice they provide.

Our inspirational guest is Stacey Skrysak. After struggling with infertility, Stacey continued to try different options until she become pregnant with triplets. When there were complications with the pregnancy and during labor, she stayed strong and remained optimistic. After losing two of the three triplets, Stacey relied on others to assist with the grieving process. Stacey was able to turn her pain into a celebration of the time she had with her children. By cherishing the moments she spent with them, Stacey is able to move forward with her life.

Our final caller is Marylynne, who wants to be less anxious about her step-children coming to visit. Nancy tells Marylynne to continue to be kind and civil to make the most out of the time. If her step-children are still distant towards her, Marylynne can take pride in the fact that she made an effort. If the meeting becomes too difficult, Marylynne can find ways to reach out to friends as support and switch the energy.

When someone you care about passes away or leaves, you may feel a greater sense of loneliness. Reaching out to people who love you for support can lift some of the burden pain creates. By finding ways to remember the person you lost in a positive way, you can manage grief and live full out.
May 26, 2018
Learn How You Can Heal From Painful Memories by Forgiving Others and Having a Positive Outlook for the Future
3192
2018.4.18

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari wants to support you in healing from painful memories. Perhaps there was a time where distressing past experiences haunted you. By concentrating on the joy that your future holds, you can move forward with life.

Listen in to our first caller Christian, who is having difficulty managing his anxiety about the uncertainties of the future. Nancy advises Christian to focus on the positive possibilities in life. Christian can tell a loved one about his ultimate goals so that they can hold him accountable. He can believe in himself and realize that only he has the power to accomplish his dreams.

Our second caller is Gary, who is conflicted as to whether he should focus on improving his GPA or accept an internship. Nancy instructs Gary to organize his future and budget time for both. Gary can assess different courses before deciding which suit his needs. He can schedule to take easier classes while he is an intern and fulfill difficult classes when he has more time to concentrate on school.

Our inspirational guest is Melanie Washington, who witnessed her stepfather murder her mother and sister at ten years old, and whose son was murdered later in life. Melanie was able to find peace through forgiveness. Her painful experiences taught her to let go of hatred and instead show compassion. Through perseverance, Melanie was able to move forward with life.

Our last caller is Lindsey, who is having trouble deciding whether she should find an internship or a full-time job over the summer. Nancy tells Lindsey to choose the opportunity that will allow her to grow in many aspects of life instead of exclusively as a professional. Lindsey can make decisions based on what she is passionate about. She can remind herself that there is a whole life ahead of her to discover the right path.

Maybe there was a time when you had difficulty healing from painful memories. Focus on the positive aspects of the present. By preventing yourself from looking back, you can find the strength to let go of emotional events and live full out.
May 12, 2018
Discover How To Be Resourceful Even When You Are Overwhelmed As You Strive To Live Full Out
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The Living Full Out show with Nancy Solari encourages you to be resourceful. Perhaps there was a time where you struggled to find a way to overcome an obstacle in life. By harnessing your inventiveness, you will be able to swiftly resolve life’s difficulties.

Listen in to our first caller Laura, who works with homeless teenagers and wants to know how she can avoid harboring the emotional pain of her work in her personal life. Nancy instructs Laura to step into a different mindset when work is over by listening to music that uplifts her. Laura can make a different playlist for each aspect of her life that she can turn to when she needs to switch her energy. She can vent the stresses of her work to a supportive person in her life who is willing to listen.

Nancy advises you to leverage the people in your life by asking different people for specific advice. You can use your time as a resource by making a schedule that will give you direction and the ability to achieve your goals of the day. You can find a place that will bring you peace and allow you to feel centered.

Our inspirational guest is Teresa Sullivan, who has been diagnosed with HIV and was trapped in an abusive relationship. Despite the stigma that Teresa faces for being HIV positive, she continues to focus on loving herself. When Teresa thought her diagnosis meant her life was ruined, she surrounded herself with a support system that reminded her of her worth. Through self-empowerment, Teresa was able to reclaim her life.

Our last caller is Ciara. Ciara has applied to several jobs and is overwhelmed about scheduling her interviews and anxious about the interview process. Nancy tells Ciara to create a list of her skills and unique attributes that she can reference during the interview. Ciara can create a customized cover letter that will stand out and allow her to obtain a career that she loves.

Maybe you have had trouble achieving a goal. By being resourceful and thinking outside of the box, you can learn new ways to navigate adversities. You can create the means to skillfully fulfill your dreams and live full out.
May 05, 2018
Discover How the Feeling of Loneliness Can Be Minimized by Believing in Yourself and the Support of Others
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2018.4.28

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari wants to support you in your times of loneliness. Perhaps there was a time where you felt alone in a painful situation. By reaching out and opening up, you will realize there are people experiencing the same issues you are. You can fight difficult times with the help of others who understand.

Listen in to our first caller Cameron, who fears the difficulties of having to find a new group to spend time with since his previous friends have shut him out. Nancy advises Cameron to reach out to one of his former friends to get an understanding of why they no longer communicate and use that knowledge to connect with others. By realizing that people can outgrow each other, Cameron can move on. He can join school clubs and other social groups to meet new companions and build stronger relationships.

Our second caller is Emily, a recent college graduate who moved back home. Emily is struggling with how to respectfully communicate with her parents about maintaining independence. Nancy instructs Emily to come up with a manageable way to contribute to her parents. Changing the arrangement so that it is more professional will allow Emily’s parents to understand that giving her freedom is necessary.

Our inspirational guest is Jonathan Berenguer, who has faced several tragedies such as the death of his parents when he was a child. Jonathan was able to overcome dark times by looking up to role models who taught him to be the best version of himself. Finding faith in God allowed Jonathan to realize his purpose. Through hard work and stepping outside of his comfort zone, Jonathan was able to achieve success and see the value in life.

Our last caller Petria is having difficulty maintaining a healthy relationship with her mother due to their opposite viewpoints. Nancy tells Petria to agree to disagree with her mother. Petria can come to an agreement with her mother on which topics they should avoid and which they enjoy discussing together. When Petria and her mother come to a disagreement, she can ask a third person to mediate the conversation by giving their unbiased opinion.

Maybe you felt that others would have difficulty relating to your tough circumstances. Surround yourself with caring people and lean on them in times of need. By building a support system, you can overcome loneliness and live full out.
Apr 28, 2018
Learn How You Can Create Your Own Traditions as Your Progress Through Life
3194
Episode: 2018.4.15

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari wants to support your traditions and progress. Perhaps there was a time when you wanted to follow a path that differed from ordinary ways of life. Maybe you wanted to remain independent rather than get married or focus on your career instead of having children. Freeing yourself of limitations will allow you to create unique and individual routines. By developing your own customs, you can live the way you want to and in a way that is entirely your own.

Listen in to hear our first caller Claudia, who has experienced a break-up and is having difficulty handling her emotions and moving on. Nancy tells Claudia to understand that everything happens for a reason and that relationships come and go in our lives. Claudia can consider the positive in her break-up by realizing that she can now meet a more compatible partner. Claudia can put herself in social situations that will lead her to finding a new and better relationship.

Our second caller is Fiona, who is having trouble managing her stress due to her heavy course load as school comes to an end. Nancy advises Fiona to schedule her days out to budget time for both responsibilities and pleasures. In times of stress, Fiona can picture something that brings her peace. She can use music to release her emotions and let go of her worries.

Our inspirational guest is Elisha Kearns. Elisha has been diagnosed with polycystic ovarian syndrome which causes weight gain, irregular menstrual cycles, and infertility. Elisha refused to give up despite the many emotionally taxing medical procedures and failed attempts at pregnancy. When Elisha miscarried, the support of her husband as well as her faith in God empowered her to persevere and move forward with life.

Our last caller is Mara, who is struggling with adjusting to the new college that she transferred to as well as balancing school work and a social life. Nancy instructs Mara to protect her time by taking on a limited number of responsibilities. Mara can make schedules to ensure that her priorities are met and that she can still partake in enjoyable activities. She can diversify her social life by fluctuating the time she spends with people in person.

Maybe you have had difficulty working towards your goals. Perhaps you have felt stuck in one place and unable to grow. Recognize what you have accomplished so far instead of focusing on what you have yet to achieve. Take small steps that will slowly lead you closer to your dreams. Follow personal traditions and progress forward to live full out.
Apr 21, 2018
Discover How You Can Harness the Confidence to Live Full Out
3173
4.18.15
The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari wants you to have confidence. Perhaps there was a time when you felt you had to hide to fit in. You may have stayed quiet when you had a good idea because you were unsure how others would feel about it. However, it may be your input that makes the greatest impact. Recognizing when to take risks is important to developing your identity and having self-love. By refining a unique voice and vision, you can open doors to new opportunities and succeed.

Our first caller is Janneane, who is working overtime but getting ignored for the what she is doing. Nancy shows Janneane to talk to her boss for support and use words that acknowledge how much she is worth. Janneane can find the mode of communication that works best for her supervisor to avoid misunderstanding. By being fearless, Janneane can look for similar opportunities that pay better if she fails to get the raise she wants.

Our second caller is Courtney, who has been paranoid at night since her husband started working late. Nancy tells Courtney to be honest about her fears, so she can take steps to feel more secure. Courtney can find something that makes her relax and use it as a tool when she is frightened. Through remembering that fear only appears real in her mind, Courtney can be confident in her home.

Our inspirational guest is George Kourounis, a professional storm chaser. Despite being shy and nearsighted as a child, George followed his passion for science to pursue an exciting career. Through dedication and risk taking, George became an expert in leading people to view tornados around the world. Instead of allowing himself to be held back by fear, George uses his personal purpose to serve as motivation in dangerous situations. Through a desire to share a love of natural phenomena globally, George finds new ways to work his goals into everyday actions.

Our final caller is Michelle, who wants to know how to stay positive with a chronic condition. Nancy instructs Michelle to be transparent whenever she is in pain to avoid frustration creeping into other areas of her life. By creating a new mindset, Michelle can break the habit of assuming she is a burden and get support. Michelle can refuse to be held back by judgmental people if she communicates openly with those who want to see her succeed.

Maybe you have faced a situation where you hesitated to share your opinion for fear of being judged. You may need to tackle your insecurities head on to move past them. Being open to new possibilities can be what leads to a purpose filled life. By setting goals that challenge expectations, you can have confidence and live full out.
Apr 14, 2018
Learn How Balancing Life Can Be Achieved Through The Principles of Living Full Out
3200
2018.4.14

The Living Full Out show with Nancy Solari wants to support you in balancing life. Perhaps there was a time where you felt overwhelmed by all the responsibilities you had to take on. Maybe juggling work or school, family and friends, and time for relaxation became too much for your schedule. Learning how to devote the needed amount of time to each aspect of your life is a key route to finding peace within yourself. Focusing on what is most important while still creating enough time for other portions of your life will lead to stability.

Our first caller is Kirsten, a college student who had a plan of obtaining a degree and a job but is now feeling lost as to what she wants to do. Nancy tells Kirsten to find comfort in that there are many other people who have been in her position. Kirsten can take a career survey to discover a job that will match her interests so that she will have a better sense of what direction to take. She can make changes and diversify herself by going beyond her major and taking on internships that follow her passions.

Our inspirational guest is Michael Veltri, who defeated testicular and lung cancer and still managed to run a marathon at the age of 42. Michael did not surrender to cancer, but rather focused on taking one small step at a time towards survival. Michael surrounded himself with family and friends who were his support system. By ridding himself of all negative self-talk, he was able to overcome the adversities of cancer.

Our last caller is Catrice, who is unsure of how to approach her boyfriend who has been unemployed for a year about moving on with her life. Nancy advises Catrice to be there for her partner. Catrice can show him his potential to balance life and gain pride again. She can ask her significant other to begin bettering himself without relying on her.

Maybe you have felt that you were being pulled too much in one direction. Perhaps your time and energy were being taken up by one thing. Making a schedule each month will allow you to accomplish your goals without becoming stressed. Planning your future ahead of time will give you a head start on balancing life and living full out.
Apr 07, 2018
Discover How You Can Use the Support of Others and Your Own Self Confidence to Move On
3186
2018.4.13

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari wants to support you in moving on. Perhaps there was a time when you were in a toxic relationship or job environment. Maybe you left home for school or a career, but you found yourself missing what you left behind. Accepting change as a natural part of life can give you the right mindset to focus on what’s ahead instead. Exiting a bad situation is a form of self-love and can be the first step to greater success.

Our first caller is Natalie, who is struggling with balancing school, work, and going to the gym, all the while avoiding procrastination. Nancy shows Natalie how to schedule and prioritize her time for the most important things in life. She can leave space in her schedule for the unexpected. Natalie can also speak to herself more positively and use assertive words and phrases in order to prevent postponing her responsibilities.

Our second caller is Fiona, who is nervous about starting college next year, the amount of school work she will face, and making new friends. Nancy tells Fiona that she is more than capable of making it through by accepting that the demands of school and work will constantly be a challenge. Fiona can remind herself that she can tackle those demands again since she has in the past. Fiona can approach her life with more positivity and excitement by considering college a new adventure that will allow her to make life-long friends.

Our inspirational guest is Niki Cross. Niki is a survivor of abduction and sexual molestation that occurred when she was fifteen, until she was finally able to escape. Through Niki’s unimaginable experience, she was able to remain resilient. Niki learned acceptance by letting go of painful memories and growing as a stronger person.

Our last caller is Lisa, who spends the majority of her time working a job that she finds unenjoyable. Nancy advises Lisa to build a strategy to work towards her goals, which will allow her current work to have less control over her. Lisa can take the first few steps towards her dreams by starting a different career. She can reach out and ask those in her desired field how they got to where they are now.

Maybe you felt you were stuck in place while others around you made progress with their goals. Understanding what led to where you are and learning from those mistakes can start your journey to a bigger purpose. By recognizing what is holding you back, you can move on and live full out.
Mar 31, 2018
When Struggling with Uncertainty Learn How to Find Confidence Within Yourself
3178
2018.4.12
The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari wants you to overcome uncertainty. Maybe there was a time when you were faced with an important choice but hesitated for fear of making a mistake. You may have had an idea you wanted to share with a co-worker or loved one but held back. By coming up with a detailed strategy, you can lessen the anxiety of sharing your thoughts. Concentrating on the positive possibilities instead of potential failures can give you confidence during times of indecision.

Our first caller is Jared, who is having trouble fitting in personal care with responsibilities at work. Nancy tells Jared to create a schedule for what he wants to get done outside of the job. Finding what time of day works best and using it to have a more focused personal life can relieve Jared’s stress. Protecting his time and setting boundaries at work can renew Jared’s sense of control.

Our second guest is Ty, who wants to find balance between school and her personal life. Nancy shows Ty to make a list of her commitments and decide which ones are a priority. Creating a plan of action can give Ty a clearer picture of what she needs to do. Treating what she wants to do as a reward instead of an obligation can give Ty more energy when she is exhausted.

Our inspirational guest is Nicole Moore, a shark attack survivor. In the chaos following the assault from the shark, Nicole found the clarity to ask for assistance and directed it to saving her life. Through the strength of her will, Nicole remained calm and fought through multiple surgeries to stay alive. Despite losing an arm and muscles in her leg, Nicole continued to remain optimistic and focus on creating a new normal for herself.

Our final caller is Kate, who is feeling pressured by her boss to perform at an unrealistic level. Nancy instructs Kate to find the best way to communicate to her supervisor. If they have trouble making progress with their relationship, Kate can document it and go to a different boss. In case this fails to lead to improvement, Kate can make a plan of exit by searching for jobs in her own time.

Perhaps you wanted to support someone in a time of hardship but were afraid you would find a way to make their situation worse. Instead of focusing on doubt, you can be motivated by how great a support you could be if you share your thoughts. When you keep your eyes set on the end goal instead of getting distracted, you can overcome uncertainty and live full out.
Mar 24, 2018
Discover How To Overcome Hesitation and Limit Your Fears From Controlling You
3177
2018.4.11

The Living Full Out Show wants to support you in overcoming hesitation. Perhaps there was a time when you felt you were unqualified for a career. Maybe you wanted to make a major purchase or change in your life but were unsure if the timing was right. If you go through life refusing to take risks, you may miss out on the rewards you could get. By trusting in your ability and coming up with a strategy, you can surpass limitations your mind imagines.

Our first caller is Beth, whose daughter is struggling to figure out what she wants to do after graduating high school. Nancy shows Beth to have camaraderie with her daughter by sharing how she handled the journey after high school. Beth can remind her that there is freedom in the ability to choose ,even if there is uncertainty. By researching career personality tests, Beth can support her daughter with more options to find a job she can be passionate about.

Our second caller is Fiona, who is having difficulty staying motivated. Nancy tells Fiona to remember how important she is to her loved ones when she wants to curl into a ball. Fiona can refocus her negative thoughts by realizing there are people she has yet to meet who will be inspired by her. Understanding that there is a purpose she needs to fulfill can give Fiona the resolve to open up again.

Our inspirational guest is Crystal Woodam-Miller, a survivor of the Columbine shooting. Trapped in the library, Crystal held to her faith that she could survive despite fear. Relying on her friends as support, Crystal found the clarity to make an escape. Instead of allowing tragedy to control her, Crystal chose to share her experience to give hope to other victims. Despite exhaustion from media exposure and survivor’s guilt, Crystal resolved to live her life with renewed purpose in honor of the friends she’d lost.

Our final caller is Jennifer, who feels exhausted as a third year college student balancing work and studying. Nancy instructs Jennifer to envision how successful and happy she will be after she has her degree. When Jennifer gets fatigue, she can think about the clients she will assist more effectively because of her struggles now.

When you get distracted by the achievements of others, you may feel less capable for success. Instead, envision the life you want to have and tap into your resolve to make it happen. Understanding what your goals are and making a plan to achieve them can lessen anxiety. By refusing to give into hesitation, you can be more confident and live full out.
Mar 17, 2018
Learn How to Manage Stress and Overcome Disappointment in Bringing Control Back to Your Life
3196
2018.4.10

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari wants to give you the tools to handle disappointment. Perhaps there was a time that you were frustrated when you were overlooked for a promotion or praise for your hard work. There may be times when you see co-workers or people to close to you succeeding where you are stalled. Instead of focusing on the achievements of others, you can take pride in what you do. By pressing forward with a clear goal in mind, you will gain purpose and be less distracted by others.

Our first caller is Sarah, who wants to communicate better at her job without coming off as aggressive. Nancy tells Sarah to keep in mind how the actions of her co-workers produce consequences. Sarah can reinforce the idea of camaraderie to provide motivation. By showing her colleagues how their output impacts the group, they can take strides towards making the team stronger. Through positive praise, Sarah can inspire her co-workers to earn good feedback.

Our second caller is Brooke, who wants to know how to balance school and personal time. Nancy reminds her that while pressure remains a part of life, Brooke can overcome it with passion. Visualizing her end goal can give Brooke purpose when stress gets overwhelming. By being intentional with self-care and personal time, Brooke will be better prepared to make an impact in her career choice down the road.

Our inspirational guest is Michael Montgomery. Michael struggled to get good grades in high school, so in junior college he shifted his strong work ethic in sports to academics. By actively seeking out a network, Michael found the support he needed to get into a division one school. However, when Michael collapsed during training, he discovered a rare heart condition that meant his football career was over. Instead of giving up his dream, Michael continued to play and make strides towards his goal. By staying resilient and keeping his struggle in perspective, Michael found success as an NFL Green Bay Packer.

Our final caller is Finn, who feels anxiety at work is getting in the way of his enjoyment. Nancy teaches Finn to ask his supervisors for advice on how to do his job better and show integrity. Finn can take any mistakes he makes and use them as opportunities to work harder and find ways to learn. By reminding himself that he was chosen for a reason, Finn can have renewed confidence.

Sometimes, a plan of yours may fall through, leading to discouragement. You may be too embarrassed or afraid of failure to try again. Creating realistic dreams that take into consideration the possibility of set backs can give you a positive perspective. By learning acceptance, you can avoid disappointment and live full out.
Mar 10, 2018
Learn How Having Restraint In Your Life Can Set You Free to Live Your Purpose
3172
2018.4.9

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari wants to show you how to use restraint. Maybe you have felt you were being supportive, when others only saw you as meddling. There may have been moments when you were balancing different areas of your life, only to find you were exhausted from doing too much. Understanding when to allow people to solve their own problems can give you piece of mind. You may find that you are more useful when you learn to take a step back, instead of involving yourself past your breaking point.

Our first caller is Jo, whose daughter just had an accident. Nancy instructs Jo to be a sounding board and find ways to ask her daughter how to assist. Jo can go on YouTube or research videos of similar accidents for ideas of how to be supportive. By leaving inspirational messages in the form of emails and care packages, Jo can empower her daughter to handle the situation herself.

Our inspirational guest is Justin Willoughby, who weighed 799 pounds as a sixteen-year-old. After being diagnosed with anxiety at fourteen, Justin felt trapped and unable to connect with others. This led Justin to become physically inactive, which combined with a food addiction caused his weight to balloon out of control. Through faith and determination, Justin overcame pain to take control of his health without surgery. By creating strategies and refocusing his priorities, Justin refuses to give food control over him.

Our final caller is Jeanne, who wants to stay positive after her grandchildren moved out of state. Nancy tells Jeanne to reach out to each of her grandkids individually to remind them of her love. By refusing to allow her fears to have power, Jeanne can focus energy on new ways to engage her family.

There may be times when you feel you need to take on multiple tasks to gain a sense of accomplishment. However, doing too much at once can make you frustrated. Knowing your limits and devoting yourself to what you are truly passionate about show signs of maturity. By showing restraint, you can better accomplish goals and live full out.
Mar 04, 2018
Learn How Living Full Out Can Support You In Managing Conflict
3187
2018.4.8

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari wants to show you how to manage conflict. Sometimes, you may have buried your feelings to avoid confrontation, resulting in frustration. You can identify what makes you lash out and make a strategy for how to deal with those triggers. By speaking up when you are upset, you may prevent further arguments.

Our first caller is Remi, whose bad experience with an ex is preventing her from looking for future relationships. Nancy shows Remi that allowing the past to hold her back from dating gives it power over her. To prevent this, Remi can remain positive and open herself up again to the possibility of romance. When Remi is looking for a partner instead of worrying about rejection, she will find someone who is right for her.

Our second caller is Arlette, who is having a hard time finding a job after graduating college. Nancy instructs Arlette to find ways to stand out in the application process. Arlette can make a spreadsheet of local employers she likes and call them individually to make an impression. By following up each rejection, Arlette may learn how she can become a stronger candidate.

Our inspirational guest is Jeffrey Deskovic. Police coerced Jeffry to make a false confession, resulting in his arrest and sentencing to prison. Jeffrey endured physical harassment and feelings of hopelessness but remained determined to gain his freedom. When the legal system continued to fail him, Jeffrey was willing to work even harder to create a way forward. After being released, Jeffrey overcame the time he lost by channeling his pain into finding a new purpose. Now an advocate for wrongful imprisonment, Jeffrey uses his experience to be a voice for others and assist them in getting justice.

Our final caller is Devi, who feels she is being defensive towards those closest to her. Nancy tells Devi to keep her concerns under control, so her relationships are unaffected. Devi can try calling people she knows and ask questions about their day. When someone is trying to communicate their schedule to her, Devi can have the tools to hear what they are saying and avoid misunderstanding.

Perhaps there was a time when you had trouble getting along with someone despite your best efforts. You may need to find ways to communicate differently to get your point across. By placing yourself in their shoes, you may come to an understanding faster. Through practicing patience, you will handle conflict better and live full out.
Feb 24, 2018
Learn how being true to yourself can open doors to opportunities in living full out
3167
2018.4.7

The Living Full Out show with Nancy Solari wants you to be true to yourself. Perhaps there was a time when you felt you had to where a mask when you were around people to fit in. You may have felt exhausted from trying to keep up with what other people told you to do to be accepted. Once you decide who you want to be, you can break away from the expectations of those around you. Instead of being defined by what is popular, you can create your own identity.

Our first caller is Jenna, whose siblings call her ‘princess’, which she doesn’t like. Nancy shows Jenna to view being called ‘princess’ as a compliment because it shows that she is a confident leader. If Jenna is uncomfortable with that name, she has the power to shape how her siblings see her. Jenna can ask other people in her life to be honest about how they view her and create a new self-image from their advice.

Our next caller is Paige, who wants to know whether it is okay for her to have sweets after a workout. Nancy instructs Paige to look at treats as a reward to herself for working out. Paige can limit the amount of sweets she eats and savor her success. By creating a plan, Paige can avoid sabotage and enjoy the benefits of exercise and treating herself.

Our special guest is Jerron Herman, who overcame cerebral palsy to become a professional dancer. When it was difficult to connect with friends at school, Jerron developed an imagination that allowed him to create an inclusive environment. After having to leave college in New York due to financial difficulties, Jerron remained determined to fulfil his dreams of being a writer. He eventually used his condition as an advantage in a career as a dancer, creating a unique style enhanced by his fearless personality.

Our final caller is Apoorva, who is having stress related to her career choices after grad school. Nancy tells Apoorva to understand that she has control of her own journey. Comparing herself to others may only distract Apoorva from making progress towards her goals. Apoorva can look up important figures in the field she is going into and see if she can get advice from them. Then, Apoorva will gain a greater perspective to make a career decision on and make networking connections.

Sometimes, you may feel that you must hide who you are to have a chance at happiness. Surrounding yourself with people who appreciate what makes you special can show you how to love yourself better. Once you are comfortable with who you are, you can create an environment that encourages your individuality. By being true to yourself, you can have greater purpose and live full out.
Feb 17, 2018
When you believe you can overcome limitations as you live full out
3172
Episode 2018.4.6

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari wants you to believe in your potential. Maybe you have encountered a situation where you had to let go of control. Instead of giving into worry, you can have faith that you will prevail in the end. Even if your journey takes you to unexpected places, finding strength within yourself can give you the courage to open to new possibilities.

Our first caller is Patrick, who is having trouble communicating with his boss. Nancy instructs Patrick to focus on improving his own attitude to have more of a motivational standpoint. Patrick’s manager may be more understanding if Patrick takes the time to find what mode of communication works best. By embracing his role as a pillar of support for his team, Patrick can use the experience to find a new purpose.

Our second caller is Maria, who wants to know if she should get a part time job on top of her classes and internship. Nancy shows Maria to prioritize what her most immediate need is. Once she identifies the top concern, Maria can look at her schedule and focus time on it. For the other goals, Maria can create a plan to successfully complete them when she has the resources.

Our inspirational guest is Tom Martin, who overcame a rare form of skin cancer three different times. After getting diagnosed with Merkel Cell cancer, Tom resolved to have trust in the doctors and in life’s plan for him. Tom chose to remain optimistic and found the strength to be cancer free today. By remaining open to new possibilities, Tom was introduced to the love of his life through cancer. Now an advocate for small business owners, Tom learned to prioritize relationships over his fears.

Our final caller is Lily, who is moving on from a toxic friendship. Nancy tells Lily to view life as a book where she is the main character and author. Lily has the power to decide if that friend has a role in her story, so she can be confident in the decision to step back from them. Lily can remain open to new relationships that are uplifting once she lets go of ones that are draining.

Perhaps there was a time when you felt unsure of what direction your life should take next. By staying resilient, you can pursue your objective even if you take a different path to get there. By believing in yourself and relying on others, you can reach your goals and live full out.
Feb 10, 2018
By Evaluating Your Life Goals, You Can Achieve Success and Live Full Out
3362
Episode: 2018.4.5

The Best of The Living Full Out Show

Evaluation is an integral part of life. We make flash judgements every day and make decisions based off of those judgements, whether it’s choosing an outfit in the mornings or deciding which career to pursue. However, when we ourselves are evaluated by others, it can be easy to take things personally and get offended. By harnessing the suggestions given to us, we can make changes in life for the better.

Today’s first caller, RJ, is seeking networking opportunities as his college graduation approaches. Listen as Nancy reminds him that every person he meets could provide a new opportunity and that he has the skills to confidently pursue that profession.

Our second caller, Cornelius, recently lost his house, is living in his car, and is seeking motivation while feeling lost. Hear how Nancy encourages him to allow himself to grieve and to keep his passion for his business alive.

Today’s motivational guest, Robdarius Brown (aka RobenX) grew up being bullied because of his albinism. After a failed suicide attempt at seven, and being attacked by bullies at the age of nine, he started homeschooling, where he discovered his passion for music. Tune in to Robdarius’ story of how he channeled his emotions into his songs, became a YouTube sensation, and hopes to use his music to help other kids the way that Eminem’s music saved him.

Our last caller, Lara, is a survivor of sexual violence and is now hesitant to open up emotionally in her new relationship. Hear how Nancy suggests using her love of poetry to express her emotions in a healthy way and positively impacting others through sharing her experience.

We live in a society that is fundamentally based on evaluation. This criticism can be given in the workplace, or by family and friends. However, it is important to remember that most criticism is given to us in hopes of helping us improve as people. Learning to take evaluation gracefully is a valuable asset in learning to live life full out.
Feb 03, 2018
Minimize your frustrations by seeking resources as you live full out
3192
Episode: 2018.4.4

The Living Full Out show with Nancy Solari wants to show you how to overcome frustration. Perhaps there was a time when you felt you had run into a wall with your relationships or career goals. You may have tried changing your approach to a situation, only to run across a new obstacle. By choosing to remain optimistic, you can find the resilience to solve your problems. Having acceptance when you feel stuck can be an important step to finding the answers.



Our first caller is Laretta, who is struggling to move on from a past relationship. Nancy teaches Laretta that letting that partner go opens the possibility of another great romance. Instead of concentrating on the past, Laretta can fill her time with new experiences and interesting people.



Our next caller is Madelinne, who is having difficulty coping with being in a long-distance relationship. Nancy instructs Madelinne to find a time to talk with her partner to establish consistency. Madelinne can experiment with different modes of communication, like a phone call or face time, and see which works best. By pursuing activities she enjoys in the meantime, Madelinne can focus on personal development.



Our inspirational guest is Kristen Renton, an actress with lupus who appeared on Sons of Anarchy and Days of Our Lives. Going to multiple doctors that tried to dismiss her symptoms, Kristen chose to be persistent about getting a diagnosis. After discovering she had lupus, Kristen celebrated having the knowledge to improved quality of life. Now an ambassador for Lupus LA, Kristen uses her platform to educate others about the condition and provide encouragement.



Our next caller is Terril, whose mother is opposed to her boyfriend because he is from a different cultural and ethnic background. Nancy tells Terril to research relationships like hers to gain understanding of what to do to maintain it. Terril can find out why her mom is emotionally invested and find the best way to communicate.



Sometimes, you can take a break from what you are doing and find a way to relax. Doing something you love, like a hobby or fun activity, can calm you down. When you have peace of mind, you may be able to look at what’s happening in your life with a more open perspective. Viewing your issues through the eyes of logic instead of through negative emotions can illuminate what you need. By refusing to be overcome with frustration, you can move towards your goals and live full out.
Jan 27, 2018
Learn How To Trust Others and Yourself When Making Decisions Or Confronting Conflict As You Live Full Out
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Episode: 2018.4.3

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari wants you to have trust in yourself and others. Sometimes, there are situations you encounter that are out of your hands. You can try to take back control, but gripping too tightly may prove exhausting. Knowing when to let go and have faith that the circumstance will work out can give you peace of mind. Looking to those around you for assistance, instead of trying to brave through life on your own, can show you how to handle it better.



Our first guest is Kristen, who is an introvert that wants to meet more people. Nancy teaches Kristen to find what is most special about herself, and use it to connect. By taking risks, Kristen may find a new friend who could benefit from her. Kristen can set goals for how much she interacts with people and trust that they will have camaraderie.



Our next guest is Rainey, who is unhappy with her job and wonders if she should stay there. Nancy instructs Rainey to think on the advice she would give someone else, then apply it to herself. The answers are already there, but Rainey may need to have the courage to listen to her heart. Rainey can have assurance that there are other jobs out there that may be a better fit.



Our inspirational guest is Chad Hymas, who was paralyzed when a 2000-pound bale of hay fell on his head and broke bones in his neck. Despite the seriousness of the accident, Chad put faith in his body to survive. After learning he was paralyzed in all four limbs, Chad determined to live with purpose. Relearning to perform daily tasks, Chad has since traveled the world to encourage others with his experience.



Our final caller is Jason, who wants to know what he needs to do to find the right partner. Nancy tells Jason to think about what he seeks in a prospective partner, instead of the other way around. Jason can express his desires early in the dating process and find a person who is compatible. Someone special could come along with a trait that is unexpected, so he may need to keep an open mind.



Understanding when to pull back if you are at your limit can prevent you from burning out. Yet, you may feel you have failed if you stand down. Taking the time to learn a lesson from your struggle can be what you need to do to go forward. You may need to rely on your loved ones to support you on your journey. By trusting even when the future is less clear, you can grow stronger and live full out.
Jan 20, 2018
Understand how determination can propel you to achieving your goals and living full out
3171
Episode: 2018.4.2

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to show determination. Sometimes, you may stumble along the journey to reaching your goals. If faced with an obstacle, you can use inner strength to persevere. You can learn to forgive yourself and take the opportunity to grow as a person. Then, you can have the courage to move forward with your plans and have success.



Our first caller is Jaclyn, who moved for work and wants to handle the transition better. Nancy instructs Jaclyn to identify how she managed change in the past. Jaclyn can borrow from those experiences and create tools for the current situation. By recognizing when she is sabotaging herself in the moment, Jaclyn can prevent bad habits from forming.

Our next caller is Caitlyn, who wants to have a productive conversation with her parents about her brother. Nancy tells Caitlyn to look for ways to communicate with each parent that go beyond just talking. By adapting how she reaches out to them, Caitlyn can engage her parents in a way they can clearly hear what she is saying. Caitlyn can replace the mentality that attention is a competition with her brother. Then, Caitlyn can take pride in being a source of joy for her parents.



Our inspirational guest is Lauryn Williams, the first American woman to medal in the Summer and Winter Olympic games. After refining a competitive spirit in college, Lauryn won a silver medal in track at just twenty-years-old. Despite the overwhelming new attention, Lauryn was determined to find a support group to create a positive personal space. Instead of giving into sadness after losing her father, Lauryn decided to seize the moment and refocus her identity. By staying resilient, Lauryn shifted her goals and found success as a bobsledder. Now with her own company as a financial consultant, Lauryn continues to pursue success



Our last caller is Deanna, whose ex refuses to take responsibility when she wants to talk about their children. Nancy teaches Deanna to focus more on her kids rather than their father’s attitude. Deanna can put his comments in perspective. By supporting his relationship with their kids as a co-parent, Deanna can ensure that their children know they are cared for.

There may be times in life when you feel like giving up. If you look at your situation with a positive attitude, you can find a way to overcome it. It’s alright to stay in one place for a time, if you strive to press on when you are ready. By having confidence in yourself, you can have the determination to live full out.
Jan 13, 2018
Learn How to Put Together an Action Plan to Live Full Out and Achieve Success
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The Living Full Out show with Nancy Solari knows that you can attain personal success in life. Each of us have the potential to realize our dreams when we understand our strengths. Obstacles may make it difficult to believe that you have an attainable objective. In these situations, you can learn to trust yourself and find new ways to persevere. Your experiences may guide you in carving a unique path to achieving your goals.



Our first caller is Karla, who wants to know if she should get a part-time job to help with school expenses. Nancy tells Karla to draw from her past experiences and determine if she can handle tackling an extra responsibility. Nancy reminds Karla that if she believes in herself, she already has the answers inside of her to take on a new challenge.



Our next caller is Carolyn, who wants to know how she can manage her stresses better and live in the moment. Nancy shows Carolyn how to overcome her worries by approaching them one at a time. Carolyn can come up with a plan to create a realistic timeframe to meet her goals. Then, she can move onto defeating her next concern with greater confidence.



Our inspirational guest is former Oakland Athletics’ relief pitcher, Jim Mecir. Born with clubfoot, Jim had to have multiple surgeries to walk properly. Jim describes how he refused to let it get in the way of his passion for baseball. Jim shows how he used his clubfoot to develop a unique pitch that gave him a career in the major leagues. Now a motivational speaker, Jim talks about having patience when setting goals and learning to let go of perfection.



Our last caller is Diamond, who wants to move forward in her life by becoming more independent. Nancy teaches Diamond to visualize her goal and then set clear steps to achieving it. By understanding how to turn her passion into a plan, Diamond can be more in control.



Even when it seems unrealistic, you can make your own success. Recognizing your talents and accepting weaknesses can show you how to approach challenges. Finding the courage to pursue what you love can assist in creating goals. Keeping personal fulfillment a priority may make it easier to stay focused. Having faith in yourself can aid you to achieve purpose and live full out.
Jan 06, 2018
Accomplishing Your Dreams by Using the Determination of Your Heart Can Help You Live Full Out
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The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari empowers listeners to use determination as a means to accomplish goals and maintain personal growth. We know the journey of life is not always smooth, but having the will to persevere can keep us on a direct path to fulfill our life’s purpose.

Our first caller Paige recently has been let go from her job. The management that made the decision to let her go are also her friends. Nancy coaches her on how to continue the friendships with them without harboring resentment.

Our second caller Pete looks for advice from Nancy regarding how to learn and embrace technology as an elderly 83 year old man in a rapidly evolving technological world.

Our inspirational guest is Tony Hoffman. Tony grew up knowing he was a gifted athlete. He spent his high school years traveling the country as a BMX competitive racer and achieved the status of a top-ranked amateur along with multiple contract endorsements. Feeling entitled and hanging with the wrong crowd lead to using drugs and medication leading to a downward spiral of addiction. Tony ended up committing armed robbery, which landed him in prison. He was determined to use his downfall to climb his way back to success and achieving even more in life. Hear how he emerged back into the BMX racing circuit, eventually competing at the Olympic level.

Our last caller Paul turns to Nancy for advice on how to stay strong for his family and his father who is sick with terminal stage 4 lung cancer. Nancy encourages him to have more family get-togethers, which is what his father loves and brings him joy.

Each day is a new opportunity to challenge yourself by committing to be determined to reach your full potential. By staying the course we are ensuring a life where we are living full out.
Dec 30, 2017
Loving Yourself & Strengthening Your Confidence can help you live full out
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The Living Full Out show with Nancy Solari encourages listeners to love ourselves. We all carry so many unique outlooks on life that we flourish the world with a variety of ideas. By being true to our heart, we discover the value in our thoughts and opinions.

Our first caller, Matthew, wonders how he can overcome his struggles with laziness. Tune in as Nancy guides Matthew to tapping into a new energized mindset.

Our second caller, Janice, goes to bed thinking that she has pocketed away her day’s stresses only to wake up in the middle of the night with anxiety. Find out how Nancy provides ways in which Janice can clear her mind and get a good night’s sleep.

Today’s inspirational guest is Katie Hill, a true representation of living life full out. At the age of 4, Katie knew something was different about herself. She identified as female, but her physical body was male. Listen in to Katie’s intriguing journey as a transgender female and the relationships she has built with those close to her. Most importantly, embrace Katie’s story as an example in staying true to yourself.

Our final caller, Laura, is struggling to tend to a friend undergoing verbal abuse from her spouse. Hear how Nancy’s suggestions help Laura care for her friend and strengthen their friendship.

As we grow, we develop our own personalities and opinions. We become centered and come to accept each other as unique individuals. Remember to be proud of who you are and you will become free to live life full out.
Dec 23, 2017
Creating and Obtaining the Vision You Need for Your Life So You Can Live Full Out
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The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages listeners to establish a clear vision for their future. This should embody personal goals, values and our life’s purpose. Following these dreams can help us to stay motivated and live to our full potential. Living in constant pursuit of these goals will help us to manifest the ideal life we desire for ourselves.

At the beginning of the show, our caller Christina is the mother of a 7-year-old boy who has recently been acting out at school. She wonders if this is normal or if it could possibly be in response to her divorce. Nancy suggests that she try and discover if anything may be going on at school that could have triggered his behavior. She also encourages her to stay the course and help him even at his young age to visualize what he dreams for his life and to act accordingly.

In first half of the show, hears how Nancy talks about her own challenges in staying on course with her own vision for her life and how she worked through her personal setbacks and still persevered. She inspires listeners with her own story and encourages them to be flexible with their goals and to know it’s ok to change lanes, as long as you stay the course.

Our next caller Jackson, has been having trouble balancing his time between work, school, friends and time with his girlfriend. Nancy helps him to discover that communication is the main key to helping his girlfriend feel important. Nancy suggests different activities they can do to have special quality time together and encourages him to think out of the box in order to communicate more and have a shared vision for their life together.

Another caller Rich has had health problems recently, which have caused him to scale back hours at his job of 35 years. He is at a crossroads and wonders if he should think about a new employment direction or stay the course. Nancy suggests new alternatives in today’s job market and advises him to do what will make him happy, but to always put his health first.

Our final caller Toni has always dreamt of writing a movie about her life but has put her priorities as a mother first. Now that her children are grown she wonders if it is too late to fulfill her dream. Nancy points out the bigger purpose of telling her story and what it would mean if she didn’t share it. Nancy encourages her to fulfill her life’s dream, one page at a time.

Creating and maintaining a vision for our life can be challenging. When we make choices that are in line with what we have designed for our future we can confidently keep stepping forward as we live full out.
Dec 16, 2017
Discover How You Can Manage Frustration and Embarrassment by Embracing humor as you Live Full Out
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The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages its audience to have a sense of humor. It is easy to take everything in life far too seriously. We often forget that we are meant to be enjoying our lives. Being able to laugh at ourselves and see the funny side of things can relieve us of our daily stresses. When we are encouraged to look for something to smile about, we will find ourselves having a more positive outlook. A good joke every now and then can prove to be therapeutic.


Our first caller, Laretta, wonders when the right time to fall in love is? She wishes to find a romantic partner but is unsure if she should wait. Hear Nancy guide her to the conclusion she knew all along. Before sharing her life with someone, it is best that she follow her passions first. Focusing on herself and making sure her needs are met will be the first step in preparing to love another person.

Our second caller, Kim, wishes to redefine herself outside of her typical family roles. She feels she has given so much of herself to her children, that she wants to prioritize her needs as well. Tune into Nancy’s advice of remembering the hobbies she is passionate about. Her interests are what make her more than a dedicated parent and can affect how she will be remembered.

Our inspirational guest, David Harrell, shares his experiences of growing up as someone without a right hand. He was made fun of and even intimidated other children growing up with a hook in place of a hand. Later in his life he was even ridiculed by some when he considered getting a prosthetic. His family’s support made him feel like he always belonged. Listen to David tell Nancy about his need to excel at sports to prove the naysayers wrong. Hear him speak of his competitive nature leading him to going after a successful acting career.

Our final caller, Lisa, feels guilty about being so far away from her children. Her marital and work situation forced her to make changes. She is concerned that her children are not receiving the care they need. Hear how nancy tells her kno matter the distance, she can show her love in numerous ways. Whether through letters, phone calls, or video messages, she can still be present in their lives. Her children may even cherish these short forms of contact the most.

We can depend on humor to lift us from even the worst of moods. When we face failure or impossible odds, cracking a smile will definitely brighten the situation. Laughing as hard and as frequently as we can can prove healthy for our minds and body. We merely have to change our perspectives on what usually frustrates us . You will fill your days with laughter and joy when you live full out.
Dec 09, 2017
Discover How Developing Consistency In Your Life Can Set You Free to Live Full Out
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The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari believes its audience can benefit from consistency. We often have certain habits that admittedly hold us back. In order to break them, we can develop new and consistent behaviors. They can be made up of more responsible choices than what we may have decided on in the past. If we truly wish to achieve our goals, then we have to regularly dedicate ourselves to maintaining better tendencies.



Our first caller, Jonathan, is currently taking finals at school. However, he also plays sports and the combined commitment has been weighing on him with stress. Listen to Nancy guide him into looking at his responsibilities in a different light. Being so busy pursuing his goals means that he is connecting with people and living full out. When he considers how these things benefit him, he will speak of his commitments positively. Should they still not make him happy, he can choose to focus on his education until he has time for everything else.



Our second caller, Imani, is unsure of what direction to go in terms of her career. She feels that the path before her is unknown. Tune in as Nancy suggests she gives volunteering a chance. Applying to all kinds of different positions will assist her in learning what her passion is. Working in different industries may give her a sneak peak of a future profession.



Our inspirational guest, Cami Petyn, suffered from anorexia in her teenage years. Hear her tell Nancy how she began counting calories and frequently exercising only to later on begin purging frequently. Cami lets Nancy know that no matter how skinny other people believed she was, she always thought she put on too much weight. Listen to how she discusses being discovered by her little sister and then she was forced to confront her behaviors.



Our final caller, Emily, feels drawn towards a full time music career. However, she thinks that she would have to leave her current job as a financial advisor to do so. Tune in to how Nancy coaches her to plan out the future. Hear how Nancy suggest how finding a mentor to model her career after will allow her to take the first steps towards success.



Our choices can be the deciding factor in getting the things we want. Whether we desire a good marriage, a successful business, or to excel in our craft, we want to be consistent in giving our best effort to make responsible decisions. By being consistant in taking action, we can build positive habits to support our goals and allow us to live full Out.
Dec 02, 2017
How to Find the Right Words to Strengthen Our Communication So We Can Live Full Out
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Season 3, Episode 35: The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari is dedicated to inspire listeners to use their voice clearly and efficiently in order to connect with others. But to have effective communication, you need to develop the skill to listen. By listening, you are not just hearing the words or the information being communicated, but also understanding the emotions being conveyed.

Our first caller Baili is trying to find the best way to encourage her aunt to communicate her emotions after the passing of Baili’s grandfather. Hear how Nancy encourages Baili to meet her aunt where she is by not talking at her but letting her feel safe in order to open up about the positive memories of her father.

The second caller Katy is searching for a way to overcome being shy in professional settings in order to network. Find out how Nancy empowers Katy to use her voice and that by putting herself out there, the rewards of speaking up will outweigh the risks.

Today’s inspirational guest is Daniel Wendler, who grew up with Aspergers and had to learn how to behave socially with others. Tune in as Daniel relives the struggles he faced growing up not being able to communicate effectively and how he was able to become an engaging, insightful communicator. To learn more about Daniel’s method of learning how to improve your social skills go to www.improveyoursocialskills.com.

The last caller of the show Nana has been dating his girlfriend for two years but her habits have been causing him to grow impatient and irritated. Listen as Nancy reminds him that we all have quirks but in order to move forward he needs to find a compromise with his girlfriend followed with a consequence to break the habit.

Having the ability to communicate strongly is a learned skill and becomes more powerful when the listener clearly understands the message. Take the risk and let others hear what you have to say. You are worth it. It takes time to have solid communication skills, but when the effort is put forward you will begin to see that you are making the steps to live your life full out.
Nov 25, 2017
Discover How Following Your Passion Can Open Doors to You Living Full Out
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The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages its audiences to pursue their passions. Everyone has something that they excel at or just love doing. Passion can give our lives substance and drive us to reach the goals we set for ourselves. Discovering what we enjoy most may come naturally or might require some soul searching. Whatever it may be, with some time and patience, we can stumble upon the path to fulfillment.

Our first caller, Whitney, is in a relationship with a member of our armed forces. Recently, he has decided to pursue an education at an out of state college. This change of plans comes sudden for Whitney whom wanted to begin starting a life with her boyfriend. She worries that his needs have begun to outweigh her own. Tune in and listen to Nancy suggest that she think about the things she wants most in life. This will allow her to plan for the future and decide whether his needs contradict her goals and desires. Then she can decide what is in her best interest to do.

Our second caller, Angie, has decided to study abroad for the next six months. However, her fears have begun to overcome her. She spends time worrying about leaving her family, friends, and old life behind. Hear Nancy lead her to realize that these fears can be put to rest. The scenarios she plays in her head only exist in her mind. Nancy lets her know that this exciting opportunity is worth any gamble she is imagining. The "What ifs?" can be minimized with all the new experiences she is bound to have .

Our inspirational guest, Sheyann Webb-Christburg, shares with us her upbringings before her Civil Rights career. Although born to a low-income family, Sheyann was like any other young girl her age. What set her apart was her inquisitive nature and desire to make her voice known. She describes to Nancy the profound effect that meeting Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. had on her. Sheyann was so inspired that she decided to participate in the Civil Rights March known now as “Bloody Sunday” at only eight years of age. Listen to her share her experiences of being threatened and intimidated while marching. Hear her advice on pursuing your passions despite the obstacles.

Our final caller, Emily, has been having issues with her father recently. Due to her own mistakes, her father has lost his trust in her. He believes that she is not ready to go away to college and doubts that she would even be accepted. This concerns Emily as she wants to prove to her dad she is responsible, but does not yet feel ready to be fully independent. Hear Nancy advise that she focus on regaining her family’s trust. Our integrity and the relationships with people we hold dear are more valuable than anything else.

Passions are the kinds of desires or urges that navigate us in becoming the person we most want to be. They come to us as higher callings that give our lives fulfillment. We eventually all come to the realization of the meaning in our ability to evolve. When that happens, we find the sense of purpose that stays with us the rest of our lives. Rejuvenate your enthusiasm for life when you live full out.
Nov 18, 2017
Discover how you can harness your bravery and overcome your challenges as you Live Full Out
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The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari believes that everyone has within them the potential to be brave. Under the right circumstances, each of us can be courageous. However, sometimes we can feel held back from answering the call to action. Our experiences might have left our self-esteem low and made everything seem too great to bare. The bravery inside us is just waiting to come out. It is about casting away the insecurities and letting your confidence lead you to success.



Our first caller, Jiwan, worries about finding the motivation to pursue his dreams. Hear Nancy suggest that he write his aspirations down into a journal. That way he can plan out his goals and turn his visions into more manageable ideas.

Our second caller, Melody, feels unappreciated by her employers. She has been giving them her time and best effort but believes it has gone unnoticed. Tune into Nancy letting her know that her work is valuable.

Our inspirational guest, Beth Fochtmen, discusses the stress of her first pregnancy in miscarrying at 8 ½ months. She describes the flu like symptoms and internal pains that eventually led to the news that her son had passed away. Hear as Nancy learns of how Beth overcame her feelings of depression and still pursued her dreams of motherhood.

Our final caller, Itzel, has been having trouble making big life decisions. Nancy learns that she looks to the opinions of others instead of herself. Listen to Nancy advise her to believe in her own decisions and accept the consequences they bring. Nancy leaves her with a assurance that things will work out in the end regardless of negative thinking.

While many things can leave us feeling afraid, we can still be brave. As long as we keep our worries from paralyzing us, we are being courageous. While this may seem far from an easy task, we can use the support of the people around us. That way we are reminded that our challenges are met with those who love us by our side. You can discover your inner strength when you Live Full Out.
Nov 11, 2017
Learn How Living Full Out Can Provide You the Skills to Achieve Your Legacy
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The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages its audience to have a legacy they can be proud of. Everyone wishes to leave behind an impression so that they are remembered. However, building something great can take time and patience. Entire lifetimes and countless resources can be dedicated to pursuing one goal. A resilient attitude and positive outlook in the face of these obstacles are the foundations for success.

Nancy shares her thoughts on forming a Legacy. She believes that it takes time, dedication and vision for dreams to come into fruition. Nancy is fond of an exercise that has you meditate on the thing you want to achieve. You start to imagine where you are and what people might be with you when you attain it. Having this image in mind will allow you to begin everyday looking forward to accomplishing your goals. Even the smallest steps toward your legacy will be a cause for celebration.

Our first caller, Tony, received a scholarship to attend a college in New York City. However, he worries about missing the friends and family he will leave at home. Listen to Nancy tell him of all the new experiences and connections he can look forward to in New York. She lets him know that his home will be waiting for him when his studies are over but to make the most of his time away. Nancy reminds him that he has been through transitioning stages in life before. This latest one can be overcome with the same strength and positive outlook.

Our inspirational guest, John and Jeannette Murphy, have adopted and cared for 24 special needs children along with 4 of their own kids. Tune in to hear how John and Jeannette use their passion to take care of children with special needs after their time serving adults with similar medical limitations. Hear how they handled the loss of 6 of their adopted children. Learn what drove this couple to take on such a humanitarian extension of their love.

Our final caller, Carolyn, finds herself struggling to be a sibling and a boss to her sister that is acting out. She sees that her sister has been having difficulties at work but she does not know how to help her. Carolyn is her superior and feels that she may have to let her go. Hear Nancy guide her to a new approach in confronting her sister about her behavior.

A legacy can come in many forms. It can be anything from success in your career to starting the family you always wanted. Whatever we identify with most can be the lasting impact we are looking for. By being fully committed to putting in your best effort, you can create something truly meaningful. You can leave your mark on the world when you Live Full Out.
Nov 04, 2017
Learn how Living Full Out can free you from feeling overwhelmed!
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Episode: 2017.3.31

The Living Full Out show with Nancy Solari understands that it is easy to feel overwhelmed by our responsibilities and the constant demands made upon us. The combined pressures of our day to day duties and other people's’ expectations can make us feel trapped or even drained of our energy. For the sake of our health and happiness, it is sometimes necessary to take a step back from it all and simply brethe and let go of your stresses .



Our first caller, Amy, enjoys running marathons but is unable to find the same motivation to train for her latest race. Tune in and hear Nancy suggest that she surround herself with images and music that reminds her of the happy times she had running. Nancy lets her know that her loved ones can participate and give their support for her.



Our second caller,Megan, is a recent graduate that feels spread too thin because of her 3 jobs and extra activities. She is unsure about what to do in an effort to stop over extending herself. Listen to Nancy coach her on prioritizing the things that are most important to her. Nancy encourages her to say no or defer some activities until she has more time.



Our inspirational guest, Becky Olson, is a three time breast cancer survivor that has been recently diagnosed for a fourth time. Tune into her story of first discovering a tumor in her breast to her constant battling with cancer through the years. Although surrounded by hardships, Becky found the strength to smile thanks to her family. She shares with Nancy a story of her daughter dyeing her hair orange in an attempt to give her mother the blonde hair she always wanted before her eventual hair loss. The love surrounding her inspired her to start Breast Friends, a nonprofit organization that gives women with breast cancer much needed emotional support. Listen to Becky and Nancy discuss how their situations helped them appreciate others and their own strength.



Nancy shares methods that have assisted ease her feelings of being overwhelmed. Nancy often times takes walks or showers that assist her in refreshing herself of worries. Nancy even suggests that the best way to put anxieties to rest is talking to another person. Asking someone about what is going on in their lives. This will put the focus on them and can give one’s mind a different outlet to relax.







Our happiness is the most important responsibility we can give ourselves. In the moments that we feel the need to climb out of stressful situations, we prove to ourselves our own strength and desire to live freely. Rising above our worries and burdens gives us the access to Living Full Out
Oct 28, 2017
Learn how Living Full Out can free you from Depression and bring control back into your life.
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The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari acknowledges the seriousness of depression and the darkness it casts on those who have felt its power. For some, traumatic events can be the catalyst that ignites these hopeless feelings. The struggle to break free from these overwhelming emotions can be painful and consuming.

Our first caller has decided to put school on hold, move out on her own and focus on a career. She wants to know if it is normal if she doesn’t feel like she is missing out. Nancy assures her that she is the author of her own life’s story and to be ok with her personal path, regardless of what others are doing.

Our second caller Megan fears she is a people pleaser and struggles with using the word no. She asks Nancy how she can improve without feeling guilty. Nancy gives her strategies to use in her daily life to better gage when she must put herself first and when it is ok to help others.

Our inspirational guest is Jacy Good. Jacy and her parents were in a collision with a distracted driver talking on his cell phone. Although severely injured, Jacy miraculously survived but unfortunately parents were killed instantly. Now paralyzed on her left side she is an inspiration to all and she is now an advocate and spokesperson against distracted driving.

Our last caller asks Nancy how she can help her 25-year-old daughter understand her friends don’t always have the best advice. Nancy advises her how to talk with her daughter in a way that is more relatable.

Depression is not always easy to talk about, and isn’t always understood by those who have never struggled with it. But when we learn to express our most vulnerable thoughts and seek help, we can be living full out.
Oct 21, 2017
Set yourself free by harnessing the principles of Living Full Out.
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The Living Full Out show with Nancy Solari understands that our insecurities can weigh heavy on our shoulders. Our doubts in ourselves can be the first of many obstacles we strive to overcome in order to achieve the things that we want. When we learn to accept ourselves and to believe in the things we want to do that we will learn to enjoy our lives.



Our first caller, Stephanie, has noticed that she is growing apart from a friend of hers. Stephanie realizes that they have become very different people and she feels unsure if their relationship should continue. Hear Nancy explain that some friendships are only meant for certain chapters of our lives. Tune into Nancy guiding Stephanie to trust in her instincts as they hold the answers to her dilemma.



Our next caller, Mike, is having trouble letting the past go. His old experiences have taken a toll on his confidence and keep him from pursuing his goals. Tune into Nancy letting him know that the past no longer exists and that he can put it all behind him. Listen to Nancy speak of the joy he can find in living in the moment and all that he has to look forward to in the future.



Our inspirational guest, Shoshana Bennett, enlightens us on the struggles she has with her postpartum depression. The complications she had when going into labor with her first child triggered feelings of despair and sadness that she could not understand. Shoshana felt ashamed that she could not feel any connection with her newborn and her suicidal thoughts nearly convinced her that her family would be better off without her. She eventually found the strength to keep those thoughts at bay out of a sense of duty towards her children. Listen to her tell Nancy of her coming to terms with these feelings and of the work she does helping new mothers in similar situations.



Nancy shares her beliefs that keeping one's insecurities to oneself can feel like a prison. When these emotions become burdensome, we can trust that there is someone we can open up to and share our worries with. Nancy conveys how we can find security in others and also most importantly ourselves. Nancy’s own insecurities regarding her blindness helped her learn that she had to share her feelings with others in order to be at peace.



We can begin empowering our confidence by first accepting that it is okay to be imperfect. With enough time and patience we will come to understand that we have the strength to keep our faults from becoming burdens. The support from the people in our lives can reassure us of ourselves and let us know that we are appreciated . When we start to love ourselves fully we begin to Live Full Out.
Oct 14, 2017
Learn How Giving Impacts Our Ability To Live Full Out
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Season 3, Episode 28: : The Living Full Out show with Nancy Solari encourages listeners to find various ways that we can give to others. It is important to understand the value in giving and how it can make a difference in our lives. By taking the time to give a simple gesture of support, we can help restore confidence and make a lasting change.
Our first caller, Sam, is considering jumping into the dating scene, but she is unsure of whether or not she can handle it during her busy school and work life. Nancy offers that dating can be however she wants it to be and whether she chooses to be date through social circles, or online, she must first take time to think about what she wants out of these dates.
Our second caller, Debbie tends to not feel as accomplished as other people and because of this, has become discouraged. Nancy helps her understand that all of our experiences are different and our successes come at different stages. She urges Debbie to not focus on other’s successes but rather, focus on her own journey.
Our inspirational guest today is Amy S. Weber. Hear how Amy takes listeners back to her early childhood when she was viciously bullied by another boy in kindergarten and how this made an impact in her life, causing her to become a bully herself. Tune in to how she has learned to heal by seeking forgiveness to those she fought with and found a way to give back through , “A Girl Like Her,” a film she wrote and directed.
Our final caller, Kelly, feels overwhelmed by managing her career and raising her two children, one of which has a disability. She is seeking a way to stay motivated, but what Nancy has her realize, is that Kelly has forgotten to include herself into the equation. Hear how Nancy helps her prioritize her life in a way that allows time for self-care among a very busy schedule.
Sometimes giving support in the smallest of gestures can help in the greatest of ways. We stay connected when we practice simple means of generosity to family, friends, or even strangers. When we all find moments to give to others in need, we can pave the way to live our lives full out.
Oct 07, 2017
Discover How Personal Development Can Minimize your Frustrations and Propel You As You Live Full Out
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Episode: 2017.3.27

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari is dedicated to sharing insights that can help ease our frustrations. We all come across points in our lives when it seems like the world is against us. We chase after what we want and encounter countless setbacks. By persevering through these challenging times, we can learn to grow into stronger individuals.

Our first caller, Mike, has been having trouble with communicating with his daughter. He only wants to guide her to be a responsible adult but their conversations seem to end in constant arguing. Tune into Nancy’s suggestions of alternatives ways of getting his message across so that he can keep his daughter’s respect.

Our inspirational guest, Elyn Saks, shares with us her first experiences with schizophrenia. In her younger years, she would suffer from numerous phobias and dreams that would constantly keep her up at night. Her fearful hallucinations began interfering with her life all through her college years. While at Oxford, her depression and anxiety eventually got the better of her and so she had no choice but to pursue therapy and medication. Listen to Nancy learn of her eventual acceptance of her condition.

Our final caller, Stacie, lives with a mother that is suffering from early stages of dementia. Her mother’s case is not yet severe but she does sometimes have trouble following certain instructions. There is a fear of her mom eventually losing her memory. Hear how Nancy guides our caller to help her mother deal with the worries by constantly checking in and letting her mother know she is never alone.
We will all inevitably deal with frustration in our lives. It is how we handle it that will teach us life lessons. We can turn our challenges into opportunities to blossom into the people we were meant to be. Conquering our worries and choosing to never give up is the key to living full out.
Sep 30, 2017
Learn how to not be limited by the burdens in your mind, but rather set free to live full out.
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Episode: 2017.3.26

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari understands that everyone has their burdens to carry. They can come in the forms of stress over our occupations, responsibilities to friends and family, or even that we contribute to making other’s lives difficult. By shifting our perspective of the challenges life throws at us, we can learn to overcome and become stronger for it. When you decide to be transparent and open you will take steps in feeling free.

Our first caller, Alison, tells Nancy about how hard of a time she has staying motivated and making new friends. Just starting out at a new school has put her in a difficult position with no idea where to begin, Tune into Nancy teaching her how to envision what she wants and put herself out there.

Our second caller, Ed, has had troubles with distractions keeping him from achieving his goals. He had looked to more freedom after college so that he could finally pursue his dreams but he believes he still isn’t living up to his potential. Hear how Nancy guides him to prioritizing his life by reshaping his habits.

Our inspirational guest, Gerda Saunders, recounts the times in which she realized she was experiencing the early signs of dementia. Listen to how Gerda began losing portions of her memory during events at work and with her family. Gerda tells Nancy of the support she received from her colleagues and family members that helped her eventually accept her condition. Gerda describes how her illness has allowed her to appreciate the people in her life and taught her how to truly experience living in the moment.

Our final caller, Yeymi, worries she is not yet ready to start a family. After a year of marriage, her husband is ready for children but Yeymi isn’t convinced she can balance pursuing her career and taking care of a baby. Hear Nancy advise her to gain inspiration from the people in her life that are in similar situations. Nancy lets her know that the strength she found to overcome her past struggles can be used to get her through her current dilemma.

Everyone’s burdens can weigh heavy on them from time to time. It is having the resilience to manage our struggles that can lead us to self-recovery. We each have the ability to come to terms with our circumstances. There are ways to overcome our situations without needing to depend on others. With enough perseverance we can conquer our issues and truly start living full out.
Sep 23, 2017
Discover how to prevent yourself from being manipulated by tapping into your confidence as you live full out.
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Episode: 2017.3.25

The Living Full Out show with Nancy Solari understands that manipulation can be a powerful force in life. Whether it comes from bullies or someone who is trying to influence us onto a certain path. It is by overcoming these limitations and using our strength from within, that we can prevent the heartache to come.



Our first caller Caroline, calls in for tips on how to be more motivated in school. Nancy explains that even if certain courses don’t resonate with her right now. It will give her useful conversation tools for the future. Tune in as Nancy suggest that she takes a career test online or visits a counselor at her school. This guidance will allow her to find a path that will be true to her heart.



Our next caller Charles, asks how he can leave a job he is good at, but has no passion for, without worrying about finances. Hear how Nancy advises him to make a list of interests and connect with people on LinkedIn or in his local area. Nancy suggests ways in which he can interview others that are doing what he wants as a career.



Our inspirational guest Barbara Amaya, shares her story of overcoming manipulation after being forced into human trafficking for ten years. Barbara explains that because she was so desperate for a relationship that provided the love and attention that all children require. She formed a trauma bond and eventually Stockholm syndrome with her human trafficker. After this tragedy in her life, Barbara wants everyone going through a traumatic event to know that you are never alone and inside us is the power to survive all types of situations.



Our last caller Kris, is worried about the issue of depression regarding her 95-year-old mother. Nancy clarifies that finding a doctor who assists seniors with depression is a step in the right direction. Find out how Nancy explains the benefits of finding activities that give her mother a sense of freedom and takes away the frustrations and fears she may be facing.



Most of us will encounter people that will try and stop us from succeeding. Making us feel that nothing is truly in our control. It is by tapping into our confidence that we can free ourselves from this manipulation and live full out.
Sep 16, 2017
Learn How to Live Full Out by Managing the Pressure In Your Life
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The Living Full Out show with Nancy Solari understands that pressure can test our ability to be resilient. Whether that be from standing up to the persuasion of friends or those of society. It is by being able to withstand the influences around us, that we can grow and achieve what we desire in life.

Our first caller Donald, calls in with a question on how he can save money during college. Nancy suggests setting up a detailed budget. Find out what Nancy means when she explains that it is through dedication to a task that he will be able to withstand the pressures of wanting to spend his money.

Our next caller Anna, asks how she can balance the struggles of full-time school and work. Nancy encourages her to create a schedule that will allow her to complete her tasks and give her personal time. Hear how she feels a sense of relief from Nancy’s advice. Listen in as Nancy explains the benefits of being able to manage a busy life and how it can assist her to grow as an individual.

Our inspirational guest Jillian Johnson, shares her heartbreaking story of how after following the advice of hospital staff on only breastfeeding her newborn son Landon, he passed away after three short weeks of life due to starvation. Listen how she managed her grief and turned it into giving her purpose. Her son Landon, motivated her to create a legacy by educating new parents on crucial signs.

Our final caller Jessica, comes to Nancy with her concerns about how she should handle meeting up with an old love interest that ended on disappointing terms.Nancy encourages her to listen to what he says and watch his body language. Nancy shares tips for how she can best understand if her ex has really change. Hear how Nancy encourages her to consider the options of a new love by following her heart.

There will be moments when we feel the pressures of life are heavy on our minds. What we want to remember is that we can advance personally when we are able to rise above the challenges. It is these moments that we are tested that allow us to see just how strong we are. By tapping into our determination we can manage the pressures and live full out.
Sep 09, 2017
Achieving Your Goals Through Living Full Out
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Season 1, Episode 7 (ENCORE): The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari strives to challenge and motivate listeners. Being legally blind, Nancy has faced many road blocks but that didn’t stop her from reaching her own goals of creating her own business, radio and talk shows. In this episode, listen to how the callers and motivational guests are conflicted with reaching their own goals and how they were able to persevere forward.

The first caller, Madeline, is tempted to be distracted from tasks that are important to her and is striving to become more focused. Hear how Madeline is guided to trust herself and the meanings behind her actions.

Andrew was the second caller and is having anxiety about maintaining his grades to make his family proud of him. Find out how Nancy advises him to appreciate the gift of education his family handed to him and do great things with school.

Today’s inspirational guest is Jessica Cox, the world’s first licensed armless pilot. She was born without arms yet overcame her disability to go on to drive, fly, and complete daily tasks with her feet in lieu of her hands. She is the subject of the documentary, Right Footed. Jessica Cox describes flying as the ”ultimate form of independence, empowerment, and freedom.” Tune in to hear more about how she pushed beyond her limitations.

Our last caller Heather is a recent college graduate who is in transition as she negotiates a balance between career and academic goals. She seeks Nancy’s advice for learning how to prioritize her next steps so that she is able to achieve her desired results.

Whenever you have a goal, don’t look at it as though it’s a finale. Goals can evolve and change. Give yourself the freedom to fail and start with the goals that bring you the most joy!

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Sep 02, 2017
Discover How to be Courageous During Times of Tragedy or Stress as You Strive to Live Full Out.
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Intro: The Living Full Out show with Nancy Solari understands that courage occurs many times throughout our lives. Whether that be taking our first steps as a baby, or asking someone on a date. It is through these moments we see that there is courage in all of us. We just need a chance to show it.
Our first caller Binghan, wants to know how he can move on from a recent breakup with his girlfriend. Nancy explains that this is a perfect time to better understand what his heart truly feels. Listen in as Nancy clarifies that during this healing period he can better understand whether that relationship was a special friendship or something deeper.
Our next caller Josh, comes to Nancy with his concern about choosing an engineering degree that was influenced more by those around him and if it is the right path. Nancy explains that his career can be centered around one of his passions. Tune in to hear how Nancy suggests taking some personality and career tests can show where his desire in life is and all the doors it can open.
Our inspirational guest Andrea Davis, shares her story as she takes a courageous leap from a sinking cruise ship. When faced with a situation that could have meant life or death, she explains that this moment allowed her to tap into her strength within. Find out how this drive gave Andrea what she needed to make a split second decision.
Our last caller is Jewon, she would like advice on how she can mention the issue of her roommate’s boyfriend constantly being over without losing the friendship. Nancy points out that while there is the chance of losing the friendship there is also the possibility of compromise. Hear what Nancy suggests as alternatives to losing a treasured friendship and the courage to handle the stress. There will be countless times in life where our courage is tested. Times when we are given the chance to prove how bold we can be. It is by taking these risks and letting our fearlessness prevail that we can see our full potential as we live full out.
Aug 19, 2017
Learn How to Put Judgments Aside and Let Your Passion and Values Lead You to Living Full Out
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The Living Full Out show with Nancy Solari understands that using your best judgment can be difficult at times. There are several forms of judgment whether that be from us judging others, people judging us, or the judgment we have on ourselves. It is by overcoming this part of our journey in life, that we can continue to grow.

Our first caller Ellie, wants to know if she should take on a possible promotion at work that leads her to a higher salary but keeps her under less than favorable management. Nancy suggests that though this situation seems unpleasant, there is an unseen benefit. Tune in to hear how Nancy explains how this experience will give her skills to progress in her career as well as within herself.

Our next caller Jasmine, would like some advice on how to avoid regretting her college major and if it is too late to change this path. Nancy explains that it is never too late to change which road you want to go down. Listen in as Nancy advises her to trust those instincts that are suggesting this is not for her.

Our inspirational guest Ethan Fisher, knows full well how harsh judgement can be as he was confronted by others questioning him, as well as himself. When faced with tragedy after driving under the influence and taking an innocent life. Discover how Ethan moves forward in life with his goal to help others from making the same mistake.

Our last guest Richard, comes to Nancy seeking guidance on how to embrace the possibility of staying in an assisted living home. Hear how Nancy explains that the best way to understand this is by talking to others who have made the transition. Hear how Nancy advises him to consider his options.

We know that life refuses to give us a perfect situation and we will constantly be at battle with ourselves. There will be times where we believe that the flow of judgment that comes from within and around us is a downward battle. Nevertheless, even when life throws these situations at us, it is through acceptance of ourselves and others that we advance towards living full out.
Aug 12, 2017
Learn How You Can Live Full Out by Finding A Compromise in any Situation.
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The Living Full Out show with Nancy Solari understands the need for compromise in life. Being able to balance is a skill that allows us to accept the fact that many aspects of life are beyond our control. By embracing the hand we have been dealt, we can personally evolve.
Our first caller Ben, has a hard time concentrating on tasks in his life and would like to know how he can find a middle ground to overcome this issue. Nancy suggests the best way to not procrastinate and make changes in his life is to realize he is the solution. Listen in to hear how Nancy proposes a way to gain control is by finding a friend or family member to hold him accountable for tasks he needs to accomplish.
Our next caller Sarah, would like tips on handling the burnout that comes from managing college and worrying about the future. Tune in to hear how Nancy advises her to live more with her heart then her head. Together they discuss strategies on how she can digest stresses not analytically but with passion
Our Inspirational guest Janine Shepherd, was an Australian hopeful in 1986, but due to a tradgic accident she became paralyzed from the waist down. Discover how she decided to accept the changes and empower herself to move forward in life. Learn how she transferred her athletic drive into flying.
Our last caller Tracy, comes to Nancy with an issue about having to work with a coworker who she is unable to respect or care to work with. Hear how Nancy teaches her to see the positive growth that can come both personally and professionally in discovering how to communicate and work with her colleague.
As we are all aware that life has a tendency of throwing curveballs. In those instances. The mastery of compromise is a gift that we all can treasure. By overcoming challenges with acceptance, we can grow as individuals and live full out.
Aug 05, 2017
Discover how you can communicate effectively by strengthening your connection with others
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Guest: Amelia Joubert
Jul 29, 2017
Learn how to forgive yourself for losing time as you look forward to the future in Living Full Out
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Title: Learn How to Forgive Yourself for Losing Time as You Look Forward to the Future in Living Full Out.
Episode: Season 3, Episode 18
Show Notes: The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari recognizes the importance of time in your life. We realize that there are points in everyone’s life where we wish we could have done things differently. There can be times in the past where you would have said something more positive or taken up that offer from someone. Nonetheless, by living in the moment, we can see the true value of time as we treasure what is taking place now.

Our first caller, Natalie, asks how to balance time in order to reach her goals. Tune in to hear how Nancy suggests prioritizing her days is what is needed first. To do that, Natalie needs to be the captain of her own ship, and understand that the fear of telling someone no is the biggest restriction in her life.

Our next caller, Jenna, is starting her senior year of college and is concerned about entering the real world. Find out how Nancy advises her to minimize her assumption of future events and making them seem bigger than what they really are. The best way to do this is for Jenna to just embrace the present moment.

Our inspirational guest, Jennifer Leigh, is currently being prescribed Clonazepam. She faced an 18-year battle on the intense path to recovery. Listen to hear how Jennifer explains how she found peace and relaxation through her faith, as well as how she was able to forgive and move forward with her life. This journey led her establishing a non-profit organization along with creating a survival guide for other’s in this situation.

Our last guest, Sarika, wants to know how to forgive and move on after being abused by her mother as a child. Discover how Nancy encourages Sarika to love her mother for the positive things she did for her because parenthood, like life, does not come with a manual.

At some point, we all feel overwhelmed with the many aspects of our lives. But you must remind yourself that while both the past and future are essential, it is this current moment that truly decides where your life goes and if you are living full out.
Jul 15, 2017
Discover How You Can Confidently Make Choices by Trusting Yourself as You Live Full Out
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Show Title: Discover How You Can Confidently Make Choices by Trusting Yourself as You Live Full Out
Season 3, Episode 17

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari understands the importance of trusting yourself while making decisions. We will always face a variety of choices in our lives that can affect our relationships with others. By gaining the skills to confidently make decisions and sticking to them, we are better able to comprehend our resolutions.

Our first caller, Phoebe, is concerned about raising her child in such a competitive society. Nancy reminds her to always have her door open, so that she can give her child advice about issues that come her way. Tune in to hear how Nancy suggests finding mentors and coaches who can give them someone outside of a parents’ perspective who they can learn from and trust.

Nancy shares with us her story about how being legally blind how affected her decision making skills. She had to make a choice to look for the positive sides about not being able to see. Nancy chose to ask for help, which allowed her to see the nurturing side of people. It’s about taking a leap of faith, and picking yourself up after making a mistake.

Our inspirational guest, Dennis Marcellino, shares his story about his addiction to drugs, alcohol, and finding salvation. Through his experience, he was able to find inspiration from an international movement, Divine Light Mission, which showed that giving up on alcohol and drugs allowed him to find the truth he was seeking. Dennis and Nancy discuss the secret ingredient that kept his sober for 34 years.

Our final caller, Tracy, is worried that she can’t provide reassurance for her daughter who is experiencing episodes of OCD on her internship in Dubai. Nancy suggests her to encourage her daughter to focus more on the positive aspect of her day, instead of focusing on what gives her anxiety. Tune in to hear how Nancy reminds her to look in the past to see what bring her daughter the most joy.

The amount of choices we make in life only increase when we continue on this journey. Making the wrong decision will happen along the way, but when we are able to learn from our mistakes, we can find better ways to solve them. By having more confidence and believing in our choices we can live full out.
Jul 08, 2017
By discovering your purpose you will build a legacy as you live full out.
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Season 3, Episode 16:


The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari recognizes the importance of having a direction in life. When you find clarity in your self worth, you can have a more meaningful life. By pursuing your values and strengths, you have the power to push forward towards your goals and legacy.

Our first caller, Dustin, asks how to move on from toxic relationships while maintaining personal growth. Nancy suggests listing the toxic actions in the relationship, as well as how they made him feel. Tune in to hear how Nancy aids Dustin with his life purpose by pursing avenues that bring him joy.

Our second caller, Adaeze, wants to know how she can bring more balance into her life while she juggles between work, school, and personal time. Nancy encourages her to create a schedule, as it will help her find time in planning her social life and pursuing her passions. Nancy advises that spending her time in scheduled blocks can maximize her potential with commitments.

Our inspiration guest, Sarah Gray, lost one of her twins, Thomas, to anencephaly. This is a condition where only half of the brain forms. She was faced with uncertainty when her specialists told her that he would die after being born or a few days later. Sarah found her calling when she decided to donate some of Thomas’s organs to research. Nancy and Sarah discuss how she found her purpose when she was able to connect to the researchers who used Thomas’s organs. Her meaning of life became clear when she wrote a memoir about him called, “A Life Everlasting: The Extraordinary Story of One Boy’s Gift to Medical Science.”

Our last caller, Amanda, is very stressed because it is becoming difficult to acquire a medication vital to her health condition. Nancy recommends finding a support circle for people who face the same challenges as her. Nancy advises that everything in life happens for a reason, and that her health is a part of that process.

At some point in our lives, we may feel lost or that something is missing. By asking ourselves what we enjoy and love doing the most, we will be more motivated to explore and gain insights on what we are most passionate about. When we allow ourselves to be free and open to new experiences, we will find our purpose and live full out.
Jul 01, 2017
Learn How to Harness Your Strength and Live Full Out When You Are Feeling Anxious or Fearful
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​The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari highlights on strength explaining that there are different levels in each situation. Whether it is holding back as you face the pain, or decide what is needed to press on through. Whenever you need strength in your life, remind yourself that you can find it within.

​Our first caller, Ingrid asks Nancy Where she can possibly find strength in her fearful thoughts of isolating herself after retirement in a few years. Nancy explains that Fear stands for false evidence appearing real. Identification becomes the first step in confronting fear.

Our second caller Julia, is struggling with feeling awkward coming back from studying abroad. Nancy suggest sharing the stories and experiences with others in order to bridge the gap. A new connection is made between cultures and transitioning back becomes less of a shock.


​Our inspirational guest,Tiffanie Gabrielse, who has walked in the path of being a dwarf ( diastrophic dysplasia) explains how she needed strength to do basic things like opening bathroom doors. Although her parents were her aid, they often fought about encouraging her to be on her own by having a operation to increase her height. To Tiffanie, the hardest part was the rehabilitation. Her strength was found in her drive to want to reach that third shelf like everyone else. Her desire was not to settle for less.

Our final caller, IIona has to travel often to help out her family and when this happens, she leaves other family members behind. Nancy suggest having a team meeting so that everyone is aware of each other's demands.

We all have something in life that can be a roadblock. Whether it is being a dwarf, or being blind, it takes strength to press on through. By recognizing the powerful strength inside, you can overcome many challenges. It may mean asking for assistance along the way which can enable us to live Full Out.
Jun 24, 2017
Discover How Stress Can Give You the Determination to Live Full Out
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Season 3, Episode 14: The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari reveals that changing the outlook on a stressful situation can positively influence your ability to manage them. When you hold your obligations on a pedestal, they can often cause you to be excessively worried. By bringing balance and taking control of life, you will be able to thoroughly enjoy these moments. Our first caller, Donna, asks Nancy how she can improve the quality of her life after realizing that it’s better to have less material possessions. Nancy reminds her that we should cherish the moments we have with people and personal time. She also suggests spending her money on vacations and experiences, rather than frivolous things. Our second caller, Serena, is stressed about classes that are taking a toll on her well-being and GPA. Nancy advises that deadlines are always present in life, and that they may overwhelm her if she gives them too much power. Tune in hear how Nancy encourages her to take more control over these negative emotions through balancing her commitments and setting a time parameter to worry. Our inspirational guest, filmmaker David Hoffman, lost his home and worldly possessions to a fire in 2008. He shares with us his mother’s philosophy about making something good out of a bad experience. Nancy and David discuss the two sides of stress – good and bad – and how they impact our perceptions of a situation. David shares that without hard times and challenges, he would not have had the opportunities to connect with people who share similar stories to him. Our final caller, Alex, wants to know how he can be a better support for his mother, who is diagnosed with lupus, while juggling a full time job. Nancy recommends finding other venues of support for his mother and focusing on giving his all at work. Hear how Nancy motivates Alex to feel less burdened and how he is living his mother’s dream. When we are transparent with others about our stress, we are allowing them to be an emotional support in our lives. You have the ability to change these negative situations into challenges that can be overcome. By spending more time understanding the root of the issues and opening yourself to every opportunity, you will be living full out.
Jun 17, 2017
Learn How Living Full Out Can Free You From Confusion
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Season 3: Episode 13

The Living Full Out Show understands the confusion that can occur in life. By learning how to seek resources, you will have options to overcome your challenges. When you are vulnerable with others, they will guide you to the right path.

Our first caller, Wayne, shares with Nancy how he is encountering financial hard times due to a loss of investments. Working two jobs and the stress of bills has him worried about the future. Hear how Nancy relieves his anxiety by having him realize his purpose.

Our second caller, Zoy, tells Nancy about how overwhelmed she feels with all of her life commitments. Tune in to hear how Nancy points out to Zoy how she can find more time in her day to do the things that relieve the congestion of her life.

Our inspirational guest, Chad Judice, shares how having a handicapped child was one of his biggest fears. Hear how his son Eli was born with the birth defect Spina Bifida. Nancy and Chad discuss the lessons he learned and the gratitude he has for trusting in his faith. Chad describes the book he wrote called “A Father’s Journey from Fear to Faith” and the impact it has had on his family.

Our final caller, Devi, expresses to Nancy her frustration with dating. While Devi is proud of her successes, she finds that it turns most men away. Hear how Nancy gives Devi options for how she can strengthen her connection with the men she is dating. Nancy shares with Devi how to better understand why the men she dates may be intimidated by her success.

While the journey of life can cause us to fear the unknown, it is our ability to stay positive that can maintain our confidence. You have the ability to embrace change that will allow you to get out of times of confusion and step into a life of clarity. When you harness the lessons that life teaches, you are able to evolve as you live full out.
Jun 10, 2017
Living Full Out Without Regret Is Possible When You Are Vulnerable and Purposeful in Making a Difference
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Season 3: Episode 12

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari is committed to helping people look forward to living life, free of regret. Our lives are often full of moments where we wished we could have done things differently. We have look at our problems from another perspective to reflect on how we can change our actions in the future.

Our first caller, Kevin, asks Nancy how he can spark curiosity in his daughter, who is always glued to her phone. Nancy advises that not everyone has the same sense of discovery. She offers a way that his daughter can expand her interests by rewarding her along the way.

Our next caller, Hope, wants to know how she can get her procrastinating husband to be more motivated towards projects. Hope voices concerns that he consistently accepts these endeavors, but never completes them. Nancy recommends an alternate way to encourage him by outsourcing those tasks to someone who can get the job done.

Our inspirational guests, Tashara and Caselle Hunter, lost their six-year-old son, Qwentyn, to a drowning incident in a cruise ship pool. After experiencing a myriad of emotions, they were able to reconcile with their regret through their faith and support for each other. Since then, Tashara and Caselle Hunter have established a foundation called the Qwentyn Hunter Luv Foundation to save kids just like their son.

Our last caller, Yolanda, requests advice on how to differentiate whether her 14-year-old son is experiencing teenage hormones or if he is upset about her divorce. Nancy reminds her to continue to be a pillar of support in his life, as well as alternative ways she can spend more time with him.

Mistakes are lessons to be learned, and not experiences to regret. Instead of dwindling on what could have been, throw those times of sorrow out the window. We often realize that there is a need for change when feel regretful. Through identifying and understanding situations that cause these experiences, we are able to put more energy towards adjusting these issues. By paying attention to our choices we can make better decisions as we live full out.
Jun 03, 2017
Discover How Even Under Stressful Times Being Resilient Will Enable You to Live Full Out
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Season 3: Episode 12

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari empowers listeners to be resilient in life. Having the will to persevere and bounce back from difficult times can be challenging. With determination and inner strength, we can navigate through the tough times stronger than before.

Our first caller Paige is a college student and wonders how she can reduce her stress while still remain successful in school. Nancy offers tools for her to deal with procrastination and skills to help reduce her stress and set her up for success.

Our next caller Alex is having trouble balancing his work life and personal life. Nancy offers Alex a solution to write things down outside of work so that he won’t be stressed by needing to remember, which allows him to set his mind free.

Our inspirational guest Jodi Michele Cooley was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis at the age of 32. After losing her ability to walk, Jodi found a way to remain resilient despite her disease. She experienced emotions ranging from crying spells to bouts of anger because of her debilitating condition. Jodi discusses with Nancy how she manages her symptoms by living in the present and remaining hopeful toward the future.

Nancy talks about the traits of a resilient person, and what it means to be flexible and vulnerable in order to have stronger and deeper connections. She points out that being honest with other people and yourself will allow them to understand your side of the story, as well as where you are coming from.

When we are resilient we can be optimistic even in times of pain and uncertainty. As we become stronger and more determined to remain positive the grasp of fear and suffering becomes weaker. By staying tenacious you can insure you will be living full out.
May 20, 2017
Learn how to encourage yourself to live full out during times of stress or tragedy
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Season 3: Episode 11

The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari is dedicated to helping other find encouragement. Life has a way of challenging our weaknesses and testing our strengths. But we can give hope and confidence to others directly by having faith and providing comfort even through the most difficult times.
Our first caller Clare asks Nancy how she can giver her daughter freedom but still guide her down the right path in life. Nancy assures her she is a great mother for being concerned for her daughter in this way but reminds her that life is meant to be lived, and all she can do is encourage her to make the right choices with her freedom.
Our next caller Lynn is looking for advice on how to get her daughter more engaged socially with her girlfriends without pressuring her too much. Nancy suggests her to invite her friends over to their home for parties or dinners and even maybe some double mom and daughter dates to make her feel more comfortable. She assures her that her daughter will develop friendships over time naturally.
Our inspirational guest is holocaust survivor, Magda Brown. When she was just 17 she was shipped off to the Auschwitz concentration camp, where she was separated from her family who she would never see again. She describes in detail her time spent there in deplorable conditions before she was sent to a work camp to fill bombs, exposing her to poisonous chemicals. Magda talks about how she was able to stay encouraged even while facing death.
Our last caller asks Nancy for advice on how to communicate and help mend the relationship of a mother and daughter. She feels caught in the middle of their feud and while she doesn’t want to get involved, she also feels the need to intervene and heal their broken relationship. Nancy acknowledges her need to help them value their mother daughter relationship but reminds her that it is ultimately out of her control. She suggests writing a letter to them to express her true feelings.
Encouragement involves being positive and supportive in order to help others achieve personal growth. We can support others remain determined and strong despite the toughest obstacles. By harnessing your confidence when we are living full out.
May 13, 2017
Discover how you can prevent being taken advantage of through confidence and resilience in Living Full Out.
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Season 3 Episode 10: The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari recognizes the frustration and humiliation many individuals face when being taken of. When we authentically trust others and that trust is betrayed it takes a heavy toll on our lives. The deception of being taken advantage of can ignite our ability to choose a different path.

Our first caller is Chase, a student at WSU, who called into the show looking for advice to help her cope with the stress of finals. Listen as Nancy shares her tips for reducing the pressure and reveals how to come out of stressful situations feeling stronger and more confident.

Heidi, our second caller, just got accepted into a study abroad program, but is feeling nervous about meeting new people and worries about making friends. Tune to find out what Nancy had to say about her own experience as an exchange student in Japan, and listen as Nancy gives suggestions to ways Heidi can make connections while on her trip.

Our Inspirational guest Hank Estrada was molested by his uncle as well as a priest growing up. Tune in to listen to Hank as he shares his story with us, and provides advice to help inspire other survivors to tell their story and regain control of their lives.

Our final caller, Piradeepa, is a recent graduate who feels lost in life, and is not sure what she should be doing after graduation. To her getting just any job does not feel right. Listen as Nancy provides useful suggestions on how she can network with other professionals in her desired field.


Rather than being a victim of being taken advantage of you have the ability to stand up for yourself. When we are resilient in life it allows us to retain our ability to trust. By recognizing that you can empower yourself beyond toxic situations you will feel free to live life full out.
May 06, 2017
Learn how to not be limited by self-doubt but rather motivate yourself to live full out.
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Season 3, Episode 9: The Living Full Out Show knows how much of a struggle it can be to have confidence in ourselves and the choices we make. Learning to navigate life with the right attitude can help us to cast away any self-doubt. Often our perspective can determine whether we are filled with uncertainty or guided by trust. When we lack faith in ourselves it is difficult to look past our own fears and failures.

Our first caller Maria is a director for an immigrant education center in central Arkansas, and wants to know how to promote cultural understanding when Mexican immigrants are being vilified by the media. Hear Nancy suggest to Maria to embrace our unique self, show those she is educating her full love, and instill that they have a purpose in life.

Our second caller Jane is dealing with a social divide from her boyfriend and her friends, due to her boyfriend not wanting to engage with her group of friends. Tune in to hear Nancy suggest to Jane to talk with her partner about the problem and what is going on but to give him support by not telling him what he should do around her friends.

Our inspirational guest Eve Parker was once a 340lb 24-year-old, but found the determination to lose 150lbs over the last 5 years. Listen as Eve tells us the story how she grew up being ridiculed as an overweight child and how she was able to overcome the self-hate she has endured her whole life. Eve continues to inspire others to reach their own weight loss goals at inspirationaleve.com.

Our third caller Katie currently has a friendship that she believes to be one sided, where she is putting in the effort and not receiving validation from her friend. Find out how Nancy suggests to Katie to not abandon this relationship, but give a little more time. She should only let go when she feels this relationship is a