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Make ‘Rules of Ranging’ your Rules for Business: Part 6 | The Epoch Times

Make ‘Rules of Ranging’ your Rules for Business: Part 6 | The Epoch Times

Maj. Robert Rogers comprised a set of rules in 1757 designed to act as guidelines for his forces. The “Rules of Ranging“contained a medley of Native American fighting methods and guerilla warfare designed by himself. These new ideas were practically unheard of at the time but are still applicable today and can be used in the professional world. This episode covers:

16: ‘Upon discovering a superior enemy in the morning, you should wait until dark to attack, thus hiding your lack of numbers and using the night to aid your retreat.’  Or ‘Be patient and take your time before you take your shot.’

17:  “Before leaving a camp, send out small parties to see if you have been observed during the night.’  Or ‘Never forget, you are being watched by someone who doesn’t wish you the best.’

18: ‘When stopping for water, place proper guards around the spot making sure the pathway you used is covered to avoid surprise from a following part.’   Or ‘There are no timeouts in the real world.’

Learn how to apply these rules to your business below:

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