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‘Everything Borrowed’ Podcast Ep. 19: A Conversation with Major General Darren L. Werner

Andrew Blake

Andrew Blake

A self-proclaimed "humanist," Andrew celebrates every aspect what it means to be human.​ A husband, farmer, entrepreneur and spiritual explorer are some of the avenues in which Andrew cultivates his perspective.​

Andrew’s commitment to blazing his own trail has served him well professionally; he turned an obscure college idea, which would later become Blake’s Hard Cider Company, into one of the fastest growing beverage companies in the country. All of this happened while Andrew worked to evolve the fields that raised him and Blake has grown into a leader in the agricultural space and becoming one of the preeminent destinations in the Midwest.​

He is also the host of Everything Borrowed, a weekly podcast cultivating conversations on business, life and the in-betweens.
Andrew Blake

Major General Darren L. Werner has not only achieved the rank of General in the U.S Army Tank-automotive and Armaments Command (TACOM), been awarded Legion of Merit, Bronze Star and Army Commendation Metal, to name a few, but he has also succeeded at managing thousands of people worldwide and a $30 billion dollar annual budget; all while navigating a global pandemic to ensure the safety and effectiveness of the people.

Brigadier General Darren L. Werner shares with us his thoughts on how working from home can be safe and effective all while improving the quality of life of employees, how learning from others can help make the job easier and how it pays off to do hard work and be kind.

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To learn more about “Everything Borrowed” and catch up on previous episodes, visit Andrew Blake’s expert profile on StartupNation.

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