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Whether a inspirational quote from your favorite celebrity Marguerite Blessington, Peter Drucker or an motivational message about giving it your best from a successful business person, we can all benefit from a famous inflexible quote.

The chief prerequisite for a escort is to have a flexible conscience and an inflexible politeness. — Marguerite Blessington

Charisma becomes the undoing of leaders. It makes them inflexible, convinced of their own infallibility, unable to change. — Peter Drucker

The truth is, hardly any of us have ethical energy enough for more than one really inflexible point of honor. — George Bernard Shaw

Where ambition can cover its enterprises, even to the person himself, under the appearance of principle, it is the most incurable and inflexible of passions. — David Hume

Because of their courage, their lack of fear, they (creative people) are willing to make silly mistakes. The truly creative person is one who can think crazy; such a person knows full well that many of his great ideas will prove to be worthless. The creative person is flexible -- he is able to change as the situation changes, to break habits, to face indecision and changes in conditions without undue stress. He is not threatened by the unexpected as rigid, inflexible people are. — Frank Goble

I always rejoice when I see a tribunal filled with a man of an upright and inflexible temper, who in the execution of his country — Joseph Addison

In almost every marriage there is a selfish and an unselfish partner. A pattern is set up and soon becomes inflexible, of one person always making the demands and one person always giving way. — Iris Murdoch

We are beginning a new era in our government. I cannot too strongly urge the necessity of a rigid economy and an inflexible determination not to enlarge the income beyond the real necessities of the government. — Andrew Jackson