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August 13, 2007

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Ed Kless

Neat post, Michelle.

One downside of providing the home/cell phone is the devaluing of access to you. I have mentored many people who think they are providing "special service" by giving everyone their cell phone that they get overwhelmed and end up providing mediocre service to everyone.

A high level of access to a specific person should come at a price.

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