Unlimited Availability

I read a great blog post recently by a guy named Casey Graham. Casey is a church consultant whose insights I’ve found to be helpful on the church management front many times. This blog post went a new direction in helping me, though. And I thought it was the kind of content that might be helpful to others as well.

Casey discusses the process of going from personally investing time in every client relationship and then growing his business beyond his capacity to sustain that. He realized what I think many of us need to realize as well.

If you are available for everyone, you will become available for no one.

Some have more capacity for emotional connections than others but none of us have an unlimited one. If we become more available to all of our clients or people we serve, we will become less available to our family and friends. And some relationships are so important that they need to take priority. 

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