Alycia’s interview runs from 15:30 ~ 42:30
ABOUT THIS EPISODE
The Living Full Out Show with Nancy Solari encourages you to be open to sharing your opinions with loved ones. Maybe you want to voice a concern with your significant other but are scared of the outcome. Perhaps you would like to change your major or career but are unsure of how your family will react. By being open with the people that you care about, you can develop stronger bonds and achieve your goals.
Our first caller, Laura, needs advice on how to pursue love while being scared of rejection. She wonders how to put herself out there and get over this fear. Nancy reminds her that life can be filled with love and joy with friends and that your happiness is in your control. Along with this, Nancy encourages Laura to test the waters and pursue her goals. Listen in to hear how by putting in the time and getting out there, you can expand your horizons.
Our inspirational guest, Alycia Anderson, was born with a disability called sacral agenesis where her spinal cord never fully developed. Because of this, she has had to be in a wheelchair for her whole life. Through the support of her parents and loved ones, she discovered a passion for wheelchair tennis and learned how to live life to the fullest and to find her strengths. She gained the confidence to go to college, receive her master’s degree in Adapted Physical Activity, and encourage others to put their plans in motion. Through her trials and tribulations, Alycia has learned to embrace her opportunities and has become an advocate for pursuing your dreams and being inclusive in everything you do. Tune in to hear how Alycia gained the determination to be open to new experiences by opening new doors.
Maybe you’ve always wanted to visit a new country or try a new hobby but are scared of defeat. Perhaps you have wanted to pursue a romantic relationship but are fearful of being rejected or judged by others. We all have a purpose in life and skills and attributes that make us unique. By being open to new experiences and embracing potential failure with open arms, you can accomplish your aspirations and live full out.