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Quotiful Staff Favorites: Founder, Nicole Raymondi


Quotiful Staff Favorites: Founder, Nicole Raymondi

Nicole Shares What Inspires Her

Nicole started Quotiful 2 years ago with the mission of making staying inspired a part of everyday life. She has more than a few favorite quotes but always finds herself coming back to the ones below as a healthy reminder to stay focused, live a life full of adventure, and have some fun! Read on for more insight on why each of these quotes made the top of her list.



Weekly Inspirer - Warren Jacobs

Discovering Inspiration

This week we interview Warren Jacobs!

Quotiful: You're a huge part to the Quotiful community because you're always finding and sharing great Quotifuls. We've noticed you sharing other's Quotifuls on a daily basis. Can you tell us what your experience has been using Quotiful as a way to discover new inspiration? Has it been an uplifting addition to your routine?

Warren: My experience using Quotiful has been uplifting physically and mentally. It's a great start to a long week ahead.

Quotiful: What's your favorite quote or motto in life and why is it important to you?

Warren: I have so many quotes so to be honest I couldn't name one. But what does come to mind is that you have to make the most of life. Live, laugh, love because that is what life is all about.

Quotiful: What core message do you hope to inspire others with?

Warren: The message I want to get across is that no matter what you're going through always try to find a positive out of a negative situation. Don't always think or assume the worst in something or someone.

In addition to finding and sharing Quotifuls, Warren also creates a few of his own. Check out his portfolio in the app!



Weekly Inspirer - Alisha Dickerson Wright

Actions Speak Louder than Words

This week we had the honor of interviewing Alisha Dickerson Wright. Alisha's portfolio of Quotifuls contains something for everyone; whether you're in need of a pick-me-up or simply the comfort of knowing you're not alone. Follow Alisha on Quotiful and be inspired by her message!

Quotiful:  Your portfolio of Quotifuls emphasizes the importance of simply having the right attitude on a daily basis and making choices that reflect that attitude. How did you come to value this?

Alisha: I wanted my portfolio to have as many diverse quotes as possible because not everyone wants to read a bright and sunny quote every day because honestly, not every day is rainbows and sunshine. I believe if a person looked through my profile, they would be able to find a quote or quotes they could relate to their current situation (good, bad, angry, sad, sarcastic, funny, etc.) and that's extremely important to me because I want that person to know other people had the same thoughts and feelings, some famous...some not, but you're never alone!  When it's all said and done at the end of the day, I still want things to stay lighthearted because tomorrow is a brand new day and we have the power to choose to enjoy that bright and sunny quote.

Quotiful: If you could sum up your life motto with a favorite quote, what would that quote be? Why?

Alisha: My life is summed up by this quote, "When someone shows you who they really are, believe them."  This quote has proven true of men, family, friends, and any person I have come into contact with in my life.  If the words don't match the actions, trust the actions because they never lie.  I listen to what a person says and I'll watch what they do then it's my job to make a decision if this person is a keeper or a person I'll end up wanting to "fix" and as we all know you never really "fix" anyone.  This quote has helped me cut so much drama and pain out my life!  It has left room for healthy relationships where words and actions match.

Quotiful: If you could tell people one thing you learned in life what would it be? What do you want to inspire others with?

Alisha: If I could pass on one life lesson besides the one above I would tell you to never give up on your dreams...NEVER!  We all have our responsibilities but if you have a hobby, make time to do it, even if it's not much time each day.  If you wanted to learn how to play guitar in high school, no matter how old you are now, do it. You will find the quality of your life improved and your happiness, no matter what your situation, will soar if you follow your dreams. I'm not saying quit your full-time job and start a rock band but find a passion and you will notice a release in the level of stress that has built up in your body. Another benefit you will find is that it will add extra happiness to the rest of the years you have here on Earth for you and the people you love because they want to see you happy too!

Below are a few of Alisha's heart warming and thought provoking Quotifuls.