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Declined invitations go over more graciously when lack of money is cited instead of lack of time – new research

By Grant Donnelly, Assistant Professor of Marketing, The Ohio State University
Ashley Whillans, Assistant Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School
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Several studies found that excuses that saying ‘I don’t have time’ when declining an invitation harmed the relationship with the person who extended it.

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