This post was originally entitled “What A Difference 20 Years Makes!,” but as my good friend Mark pointed out, my math sucks moose eggs, so I have edited it to reflect the corrections. I am sooo embareassed. (Yes, that one was on purpose)
I was digging through some files, researching for data to include in a big time project I am working on, in between a gazillion deadline oriented projects, when I found my 1985 annual goals. One clerk, and me doing the marketing, and I thought I was rich.
If you have a practice budget, I’d love to take a look at it. I promise to keep practice details private. Just send it through the contact form here. Here’s mine from 1985. How does yours compare.
In case you are wondering, the dark percentage goals were just that, goals. I have no idea whether I made budget that year or not. Cute to see that line for a data entry clerk. We had just bought several IBM compatible PC’s for the year, but I guess I didn’t realize I was no longer sending the data out to be processed.
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