DD Checkup 1: The Story of DemoDoctor Part 1

Jul 31, 2020

Welcome to your Weekly Check-Up with DemoDoctor! 

In This Video:

Are you a Software Engineer or IT Professional spending your time working on your programs, architectures, building APIs, and databases? Are you wondering what it would be like to be out in the field, working more closely with customers, presenting solutions, giving demonstrations? Do you wonder if you could do a better job than the individuals who are giving the demonstrations at your organization?

That was me, Chris White, about 15 years ago and in today's video, I'm going to tell you part of the story that brought me to write The Six Habits of Highly Effective Sales Engineers and create DemoDoctor.com a website dedicated to the growth and development of sales engineers.

After discovering a pattern of excitement and boredom in my job, I found myself jumping from job to job and project to project.

I sought help from a Professional Career Counseling Program. I then learned that there's nothing wrong with me, there were just a number of unique skills and natural talents that needed an outlet. I know you will relate to my challenges that caused me to make a major change in my life.

Questions to ask yourself about your Career Wellness:

What exactly is my role and am I satisfied?

Where do I want to go with my career?

Who do I look to for support and guidance?

Why am I doing what I'm doing?

Call to Action if your current role doesn't feel "healthy":

1. Define your role.

2. Connect with someone who can help you.

3. Look at how you got to where you are, professionally.

4. Decide what your professional goals are.

5. Define your purpose.

6. Act.

Learn more at www.demodoctor.com and get a FREE chapter of my Amazon best seller!

Remember: People buy from people and the most effective sales engineers routinely develop healthy habits to consistently deliver winning demonstrations. See you next week!

See you next week!


P.S. Go to www.DemoDoctor.com/contact and let me know your story. I'd love to hear from you.