“My wish isn’t to mean everything to everyone but something to someone.”
—Oscar Wilde, 19th Century Irish poet and playwright
When we compare ourselves to others, we often focus on how many of them are ahead of us.
By trying to make up ground and get to the front of the pack, we often spread our efforts very thin and rarely make the significant difference we intend.
Sometime when we try to go big we and others would be far better off if we stayed home.
How would focus on fewer relationships at home be far more impactful than going an inch deep and a mile wide?