General Custer’s famous last stand at Little Big Horn has been used many times as a metaphor for not “dying on a hill” or being stubborn in your behavior and choices. I think in these unprecedented times, it pays to learn the lessons of what not to do when stuck upon a hill.
Also, a few other items to relay to you this month: I have been interviewed for an online series called Corporate to Entrepreneur, alongside 20 other experts. Click on this link: Corporate to Entrepreneur Interview Series and enter your name and e-mail to sign up to be a part of the series.
If you or your company are interested in finding out more information regarding my ‘Commander’s Counsel’ 30-minute web sessions, please e-mail email@example.com.
I wanted to remind folks, especially those new to the tribe about the 4 Campfire Sessions I recorded live about a year ago that are an hour in length with a Q&A following where you could gain some insight into lessons I learned on the battlefield and how those have translated to other parts of my life, both personal and business-related. Those sessions are very affordable ($19 for the four) and can be purchased at this link: Campfire Sessions
Many of you have recently inquired about my Ever Onward patches as well. You can find those and the rest of my merchandise here: CDR Rorke Denver Merchandise
I hope you and your family are navigating these current times with grace and understanding.
Navy SEAL Commander Rorke Denver