Leave of Absence

whats-nextIt was 27 years ago today. On December 30, 1989, in Dublin, Ireland, U2 were near the end of their Lovetown tour. As the band began to play “Love Rescue Me”, Bono famously spoke the following words:  We’ve had a lot of fun over the last few months…Anyway, thanks for coming along. It wouldn’t have been the same without you…This is just the end of something for U2…It’s no big deal, it’s just — we have to go away and…and dream it all up again.

People who know me well know that I am a huge U2 fan. So what does this have to do with me and you too?

I will be taking on some great new professional challenges in 2017. The last few years, and the last twelve months or so in particular, have been great fun for me with my consulting business, The Dental Insiders, and this site. And just as Bono said, it wouldn’t have been the same without you.

So, I will be taking a leave of absence from these endeavors to focus my full attention on what lies ahead. It’s no big deal. It’s just – I’m going away for a bit to dream it all up again.

Luckily, I will remain in the dental industry and will be immersed in an exciting technology category. So for here, it is goodbye for now. And until we meet again, as always, thank you for reading.

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About jmichaeldunn

A self-proclaimed "dental geek", I am passionate about the dental industry, oral health, and dental technology marketing. I have spent the last decade in various marketing capacities for dental technology companies. I enjoy talking about dental marketing with just about anyone and helping companies grow through developing innovative and integrated marketing communications campaigns.
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