Williamson County businessman Bill Lee has never held political office. But he says running the home services company that bears his name is preparation enough to lead Tennessee's executive branch.
And after winning the Republican nomination for governor, Lee is just one step away from putting that theory to the test.
So when WPLN's Chas Sisk interviewed Lee shortly before the primary election, he asked him about which lessons from business really translate to government — and how he plans to get up to speed to take the reins from Governor Bill Haslam if he's elected.
Listen to an extended interview with Lee on this special episode of The Tri-Star State: