38 Entitlement Quotes

  • Thankfulness eradicates entitlement. – Perry Noble

 

  • Entitlement creates an illusion of superiority that clouds our ability of self-improvisation. – HBR Patel

 

  • There’s no such thing as entitlement, unless someone has first met an obligation. – Margaret Thatcher

 

  • It is true that, when an entitlement begins to be enjoyed by people, they like to keep it. – Jon Kyl

 

  • Entitlement is the opposite of enchantment. – Guy Kawasaki

 

  • Grace destroys entitlement. – Justin Buzzard

 

  • Everyone is entitled to their own opinions, which people don’t seem to be shy about expressing. – Jamie Moyer

 

  • Entitlement is lethal. – Liev Schreiber

 

  • We’re all entitled to our superstitions. – Tea Obreht

 

  • A man is entitled to a few secrets. – Jonathan Coleman

 

  • We are each entitled to our own opinion, but no one is entitled to his own facts. – Patrick Moynihan

 

  • You are not entitled to your opinion. You are entitled to your informed opinion. No one is entitled to be ignorant. – Harlan Ellison

 

  • Thankfulness is difficult to express when one starts with an attitude of entitlement. – Chris Tiegreen

 

  • No major entitlement, once it has been implemented, has ever been unwound. – Ted Cruz

 

  • The most capricious modern entitlement is not just Social Security but to self-esteem. – George F. Will

 

  • Gratitude begins where my sense of entitlement ends. – Steven Furtick

 

  • Male privilege and entitlement are dying a very painful death; no one gives up power without a struggle. – Gloria Allred

 

  • When we replace a sense of service and gratitude with a sense of entitlement and expectation, we quickly see the demise of our relationships, society, and economy. – Steve Maraboli

 

  • If you’re entitled, you likely think you know more than you do. – Neil Blumenthal

Entitlement quotes

  • Don’t feel entitled to anything you didn’t sweat and struggle for. – Marian Wright Edelman

 

  • A sense of entitlement is a cancerous thought process that is void of gratitude and can be deadly to our relationships. – Steve Maraboli

 

  • Once an entitlement program has been created with millions of beneficiaries, it becomes almost impossible to repeal. – Pat Buchanan

 

  • Everyone is entitled to his own nostalgia. – James Wolcott

 

  • You are perfectly entitled to invent your life and to claim that it’s true. – James Salter

 

  • What separates privilege from entitlement is gratitude. – Brene Brown

 

  • You are entitled to your own success. – Jesse Neo

 

  • Pride and entitlement always go with unforgiveness. The longer you hold someone’s offense over them, the more likely you are to start feeling arrogant and entitled to your posture toward him. – Will Davis Jr.

 

  • What annoys people is the idea that somebody has everything, and they’re allowed to get away with anything. It’s the sense of entitlement that gets up people’s noses. – Douglas Booth

 

  • Everybody should be entitled to one lie, one failing, one infidelity. – Martin Firrell

 

  • People who take more than their share usually feel an inflated sense of entitlement. – Jeanne Phillips

 

  • An attitude of entitlement is inversely related to one of gratitude. – Pete Wilson

 

  • Entitlement is an expression of conditional love. Nobody is ever entitled to your love. You always have a right to protect your mental, emotional, and physical well-being by removing yourself from toxic people and circumstances. – Dr. Janice Anderson & Kiersten Anderson

 

  • Every man is entitled to be valued by his best moment. – Ralph Waldo Emerson

 

  • Entitlement? How can you be entitled to someone else’s money?. – John Stossel

 

  • When a parent shows up with an attitude of entitlement, understand that under it is a boatload of anxiety. – Robert Evans

 

  • People who are given whatever they want soon develop a sense of entitlement and rapidly lose their sense of proportion. – Sarah Churchwell

 

  • Every righteous man or woman is entitled to revelation concerning his own affairs. – Gordon B. Hinckley

 

  • We are all entitled to our little harmless habits, but we are not entitled to demand approval for them. – Judith Martin