How do you approach tragedy? What do you do when the bad things come in life? How do you handle pain, sorrow, and sadness? Today’s guest used a period of suffering to make herself better, give herself strength to carry on, and inspire others to do the same. Nancy Solari is the founder, creator, and host of Living Full Out. She wants to encourage you to overcome disappointments and strive for your goals. This is her unique story.
When Nancy was ten, she experienced domestic violence and her parents’ divorce. She watched as her sisters combatted that experience with eating disorders, and her mother subsequently developed breast cancer. It was a lot to take in at such a young age.
At 16, Nancy was diagnosed with a condition that causes blindness. It’s called Retinitis pigmentosa (RP). There’s no cure for this ailment, and she’s been diagnosed as legally blind. Nancy explains she didn’t want to surrender her life to this diagnosis.
Nancy went to the University of Oregon where she received degrees in broadcasting and psychology. She wanted to combine those passions and find her way in broadcasting. Along her journey, she even tried her hand at careers in music and real estate.
In 2008, Nancy created Living Full Out. She wanted to help people overcome their obstacles and challenges in life.
Nancy Solari is the founder, creator, and host of Living Full Out. She’s an authentic and successful example of how you can live the life you want with an empowered and positive mindset. Nancy is no stranger to adversity. Growing up, she was exposed to the pain of domestic violence, divorce, and retinitis pigmentosa, an eye disease that causes blindness. Rather than letting this news as well as her painful past dissuade her from following her dreams, Nancy chose to persevere and is now a guide to those who also want to overcome their obstacles. Nancy finds herself sharing her tools for success with audiences and groups all over the country.