Immediately after take off, the space shuttle was only able to operate at about two thirds of main engine power. Trying to accelerate any faster than this in the dense air at low altitudes risked damaging the structure of the vehicle. Not until 35,000 ft was the air thin enough to be able to apply full power at the "throttle-up" mission milestone.
In business, we are sometimes constrained by the processes we've adopted, perhaps by habit or accident, and the way things have always been done. This is the dense air in the space shuttle analogy. How can we get into the higher thinner air that allows us to throttle up an operate at full power ?
Using a call answering service is not just a way of getting your calls handled reliably; it can also be an opportunity to operate more efficiently. Perhaps it means you can have fewer people in the office and more out meeting clients and solving their problems. It could mean that your office-based people can concentrate on more demanding tasks without being interrupted by the phone.
If you're using your answering service to maximum effect, you'll get your calls answered consistently and efficiently, you will ensure you seize the business opportunity from every call and you'll benefit from being able to run your business at maximum power.