Discover How to Live Full Out by Dealing with the Unexpected
By: Living Full Out
Sandy Peckinpahlost her son to bacterial meningitis when he was 16. After coming home with a headache and fever, Sandy took her son to the doctor where he was diagnosed with the. flu. That night he passed away to to a misdiagnosed illness. After dealing with this unexpected circumstances, Sandy became a writer and published her book, How to Survive The Worst That Can Happen, that talks about her journey in recovery.
The Living Full Out radio show, hosted by Nancy Solari, provides inspirational stories, valuable advice, and the opportunity to hear real-life scenarios experienced by every-day people. As a certified business and life coach, Nancy answers questions from callers seeking professional guidance on overcoming adversities. Nancy shows callers how to tackle their challenges head-on through effective communication, balance, mutual understanding and a positive attitude.
Nancy Solariwas sixteen years old when she was diagnosed with retinitis pigmentosa and has experienced progressive vision loss over the years. Despite her prognosis, she was resilient in creating a vision for her future and determined to live with purpose and follow her dreams. Today, Nancy hosts the national Living Full Outshow and is an inspiring example of creating a successful life through determination and positivity. Nancy believes everyone is capable of overcoming difficulties and living full out.
Are you looking for methods to aid dealing with unexpected news? Do you need guidance on recovering from unforeseen circumstances?
Tune in on Saturday, August 17that 1 pm CST (2 pm EST)to hear personal stories from inspirational guest Sandy Peckinpah and fellow listeners and discover how best to work through unexpected obstacles that life may give you.
Listen anytime on our website: http://livingfullout.com/
Nancy Solari with Living Full Out