Top 11 Difficult People Quotes

Here we have the best Difficult People Quotes from famous authors such as Malcolm McDowell, Martin Sheen, Rebecca Hall, Billy Eichner, Joan Halifax. Find the perfect quotation from our collection.

You've always got to work with the best if you can, and
You’ve always got to work with the best if you can, and of course, the best are the best because they’re different. They expect certain standards, and they’re usually very difficult people to work with.

Those years on the golf course as a caddie, boy, those people were something. They were vulgar, some were alcoholics, racist, they were very difficult people to deal with. A lot of them didn’t have a sense of humor.

I want to try to make difficult people somehow relatable.

One thing that I love about ‘Difficult People’ is that Julie Klausner and our showrunner, Scott King, have written the lead character I play as a fully formed man.

I’ve worked in the prison system, on death row and maximum security. I did that work for six years. I’ve worked with some of the most difficult people in our society. Buddhism was accessible and helpful for these individuals.

Joan Halifax
If you want plenty of experience in dealing with difficult people, then have kids.

My career has been very difficult. People respect the fact that I haven‘t just turned professional like Amir Khan or Audley Harrison, and it’s been, ‘Here’s a million pound‘ – for spoilt brats to fight a couple of fights.

I have been up and down the batting order and it’s difficult. People don’t always realise that.

When the economy is difficult, people care a great deal about the things they spend their money on. Customers have come to understand that Apple‘s products aren’t priced high – they’re priced on the value of what we build into them.

We are constantly being put to the test by trying circumstances and difficult people and problems not necessarily of our own making.

Most of the time, we make discoveries about how difficult people are at the moment when the difficulties have actually hurt us; therefore, we are not likely to be forgiving or sympathetic.