You invest a lot of effort learning solutions, understanding the marketplace needs, and preparing for presentations.
Why not save this effort by recording it?
Tools like Camtasia can capture your screen and even a cheap USB microphone records broadcast-quality sound. If you spend an afternoon learning the basics of the Camtasia editor, you’ll learn to cut, zoom, pan, and merge media clips together into a tight, professional video.* Now you have a backup, a leave-behind, a promotional video, and a growing library of recordings you can depend on down the road.
You might also want to record yourself as you learn.
Turn on the recorder as you work through product marketing presentations of the latest releases. As you read through them, you can practice explaining the concepts to pretend customers or work out use-cases and examples. Record yourself as you set up demo data or walk through standard scripts and you’ll always have a reference for those intricate bits. You may never edit (or even look at!) these recordings, but they’ll be there for future reference. You’ll be surprised how quickly you recall your thought processes and understanding as you review them. You’ll be ready to share them with others who are starting down paths you’ve already covered.
And that’s the return on your investment.
*You can even add ukulele background music, if you must.