Hansel and Gretel started something on the way to the witch's candy cottage. A quick Google search for "trail of crumbs" or "breadcrumb trail" gives all sorts of interesting results.
I'll admit to having a major soft spot for fairytales -- enough to track down some info on Widipedia. Turns out The Brother's Grimm didn't write Hansel and Gretel, but spread a story that traces its roots as far back as the Great Famine in the medieval days of 1315. Wikipedia even gives the story a fairly thorough analysis -- including all sorts of appropriately gory details.
But all that aside, I'll leave it up to you to figure out what (or who?) the trail is leading to (or from?) here...
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This one has my vote for bets caption. However, I think I would rephrase it slightly because I don't see the value in using arbitrary character names. How about something like:
A company needs to create a repeatable sales process to grow and thrive. This means a template for a successful customer engagement can be described and taught to new team members, who are expected to become productive in a few months.
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