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Are you trying to track too much? It’s a common bookkeeping mistake

publication date: Mar 1, 2018
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Stop recordkeeping. That’s right, put down your scribbled pencil notes, delete those apps you forget to open and drop that unfinished Excel spreadsheet in the trash. Like most things in life, more is not always better. More recordkeeping cannot lead to more knowledge and better decisions if you have incomplete data or do not turn raw numbers into useable information. It is important to start small, develop good procedures (and habits), and build from there.

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