According to Urban Dictionary, a troll is, "One who posts a deliberately provocative message to a newsgroup or message board with the intention of causing maximum disruption and argument." Fortunately, when I think of troll, I have an entirely different meaning/experience.
In 2006, I was a freshman in college and was playing in my first ever collegiate game. It was a tournament that was four hours from home and my projected playing time was ZERO min. After the game I looked up and saw my step-dad in the stands by himself...or so I thought. As I got closer, he pulls from behind his back, a troll with pink hair from the early 90's. He said, "It was mom because she couldn't make the game". My first thought was, how many people saw him sitting alone with a troll? Did he buckle it into the front seat on the four hour drive?
Bob Goff said, "I used to want to fix people, but now I just want to be with them." I don't recall my stepdad missing a single game in my 4 year career. Troll in hand or not, just being there mattered to me.
Who are you most available for? Are you being available for the right people? Whether you carry a troll around with you on a 4 hour car ride or just giving someone a quick call, challenge yourself this week to be available to everyone you encounter.