Vanessa Patrick

Professor, marketing and lead faculty, Bauer College of Business, University of Houston

Professor of marketing and Lead Faculty for the Bauer Executive Women in Leadership Program at the Bauer College of Business at the University of Houston

Vanessa Patrick on KCRW

Most of us live busy lives. Between emails, texts, work, family, and friends, it’s easy to get bombarded by obligations and invitations.

How and why it’s time to start saying ‘no’

Most of us live busy lives. Between emails, texts, work, family, and friends, it’s easy to get bombarded by obligations and invitations.

from Life Examined

Most of us live busy lives. Between emails, texts, work, family, and friends, it’s easy to get bombarded by obligations and invitations.

How and why it’s time to start saying ‘no’

Most of us live busy lives. Between emails, texts, work, family, and friends, it’s easy to get bombarded by obligations and invitations.

from Life Examined

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