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Do you document your processes to help a newbie with a smooth transition?
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poweredbycaffeine
Politicker
+7
Bean Juice Drinker | Sales Savant
Notion is the source of truth for documentation for our company. If it's not in Notion then it's probably a lie.
Ace
Arsonist
+9
CEO
Haha I am starting to live by notion too. Both for work and personal
stanrym
Valued Contributor
+5
CEO
I'm a fan of documenting in Google docs. I have everything in there. From my best scripts to my life-long mistakes.
Ace
Arsonist
+9
CEO
That's awesome. I have notion for the same. I just started on the notion so hoping to have a good stack as I live my life
stanrym
Valued Contributor
+5
CEO
bonus points if you not only document your sales process but also your life. Can't recommend enough just writing down your mistakes so you can ACTUALLY learn from them
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JdgDredd
Good Citizen
AVP - Sales
Google docs for me too! was part of the job when I was designing sales processes
Ace
Arsonist
+9
CEO
That's awesome. I've just now realized the importance of sales documentation lol. Too late to the game
CuriousFox
WR Officer
+11
Needer of Life Alert
Yes but I type everything into Word from my notebooks to help them out.ย 

We were all new once, and I will always pay it forward.ย ย 
Ace
Arsonist
+9
CEO
Amen to that. Good mindset
goose
Politicker
+10
Sales Executive
Tough one, Ace. ย I document my process but I'll only share findings if someone asks. ย Everyone has to blaze their own trail but if they can benefit from a nudge I'm happy to help.
Ace
Arsonist
+9
CEO
Yes this makes sense.
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