So…. a few years ago I read Clockwork by Mike Michalowicz. Clockwork is a book about how to turn your business into an organization that can run without any one person having to exist in the center of it.

One of the most important elements of building your business systems is the ability to delegate your tasks and document how things are done.

And so, if you work with a computer, one of the best ways to delegate is to simply record your screen as you do the task — explaining what and why you are doing — and then passing off that process to someone else.

All this to say, I use Loom a lot. I use Loom to record and capture tasks and projects that I want other people to be able to do in the future. For example: Just last week I used Loom to document how I edit our client proposals for corporate trainings.

Loom vs CleanShot X (Screen Recording and Delegating)