… for some time now, but I fell into a deep depression back in March. I write about it here.
I’m writing about depression and self-doubt, something – you might argue – has no place on a medical device marketing blog. But I’m writing it because (a) I bet my story resonates deeply and uncomfortably with many medical device marketers and (b) Because there is a path forward for you and me.
After you read that, you'll understand my renewed commitment to our relationship.
I haven't kept my end of the "you subscribe, I educate" agreement you made when you subscribed to Medical Marcom.
But that's changing now, and I plan to write you routinely (ideally, weekly), so if getting to know me that well isn't for you, I encourage you to unsubscribe. Really, you won't offend me in the slightest.
What to expect from your subscription to The Journey
I want to have a real dialogue with you. I hope you'll reply every once in a while with your reactions and questions. It will give me ideas about future things to create and share with you.
I'm also going to share half-formed ideas with you and ask for feedback. You may find it interesting to see how I struggle with many of the same content marketing issues you do!
For example, in the Midlife Crisis piece, I conclude, "Content was the only way out." Later I share some marketing software I would test.
Well, I did. Both of them. And I discontinued both this week.
You can expect to follow my journey as I experiment, meet medical device marketers, and, well, other stuff.
For you stayers, see you again real soon. And write me! Ask me a question that can help you in your business!
Thank you for joining me on The Journey.