Definition of Done (DOD) Checklist Guide

If you're here, you've hopefully read this write-up on why establishing your Definition of Done and closing the loop sets exquisite operators apart from average operators.

And if you haven't ... well, go start there. 😉

This Guide will help you become comfortable with your order of operations to make sure you're getting a comprehensive understanding of what "done" really means for any complex task or project you're working on.

As you use it more, you'll get better and better. And soon, you won't need to reference the guide.

But for now, as you practice, please lean on this Checklist template as your support team.

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Regina Gerbeaux

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Regina Gerbeaux (@_rpgbx) is the executive coach to some of the fastest scaling startups in the world. She is also a founder currently interested in the food delivery and logistics space.

Regina was the first person trained by Matt Mochary (executive coach to the CEOs of Coinbase, Brex, and many more) in the Mochary Method Curriculum.

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