17 Burst results for "bill Cole"
"bill cole" Discussed on KTOK
"Dollars in dirty Venezuelan money there is US bank accounts and keeping ten percent as a fee Bagley is a professor at the university of Miami and an hours long standoff with police and with the discovery of the suspects body and an apartment building there in northwest eighty second and western Jim Forsyth has the story it started about ten yesterday morning after witnesses heard gunshots in the building's parking lot police arrived in say the suspect barricaded himself inside a second floor apartment and set afire a tactical demanded the building about four PM and found the suspect how he died is under investigation and the Oklahoma Supreme Court now says the city's cannot prove some regulations of the medical marijuana industry the gorgeous yesterday dismissed an appeal of a case filed by a broken Errol marijuana grower Austin Miller he argued that the broken Errol city council had exceeded its authority by approving regulations on marijuana dispensaries yesterday's ruling says legislative amendments earlier this year let's cities use their standard planning and zoning procedures hi Megan this up in other news there was a slight increase in the state's jobless rate it rose to three point three percent last month that's up from three point two percent in September the Oklahoma employment security commission says the government sector of the state's economy lost about sixteen hundred jobs the US unemployment rate however rose to three point six percent for the month of October and he says it's not ideal but none the less Oklahoma Republican congressman Tom Cole Tuesday voted for another short term funding bill Cole says the current state of affairs finally it's disappointing last year despite the fact that we were in the midst of an election cycle Congress still managed to get appropriations bills covering eighty percent of full year spending passed into law by the start of the fiscal year today by contrast we have passed exactly zero appropriations bills into law despite being almost two months into the fiscal year hi Megan this up Mohammed.
"bill cole" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Whatever you say knowing what is the most annoying aspect of the offense facing it every day the freaking booze yeah that is really no you know but Hey let you look at the rams you like a you know even the patriots the falcons forty Niners everybody does that a lot now in in a work so I just got a similar you mentioned staying humble is that as real as it relates to what's going on the last couple of years for you here existing on this is is that all right I got you the stars of the the this is you know armies is still my my brain is all season and just you know just just being you know the car for me and I am you know I was just you know it just came with it and you know just just I thank god for the Montana have knowledge is a worker but and stay healthy and just you know just you just continue to work to get better how do you feel the challenges of the last couple years makes you a better person it is very humble in Sam you know definitely you know things are going to where I wanted to but you know and then they got a plan and I definitely like just how you know how working now on how things are going you know I can be you know more you know thankful for you know what I went through because obviously you know are I had to go through some things you know to to to go up on life and definitely you know discussing them but at the end of days got a just you know put a quick phone you know are pretty for morning and she's gonna keep working last really quick one bill Cole are what is been his some of his feedback for you I haven't said much you know on the bills you know blue collar guy he's definitely you know he's there everybody makes everybody's is you know are getting better in practice are called are you know him so much but he definitely is being different going on to you that's when there's you know an issue but you know it's gonna keep making them you know the most of opportunities good stuff.
"bill cole" Discussed on Classic Races
"They've changed the stagger. The dyers a little bit right sites done to the left side. And got it. So Bill Elliott has now reassumed the lead here. The running of the bilko five hundred Elliott has between turns three and four Allan Koichi his running in second. Harry Gant third. We'll get the interval for you. Here comes Elliot to the stripe behind Ernie urban. As we start the stopwatch Kalicki is back one point five seven seconds behind co at one and a half seconds of first place back to second. As Bill Elliott now mixed move around Ernie urban, scar to put the Kodak film Chevrolet a lap down. And just before those pitstops came out to keep you breast of Halloween. Cut battles going for the championship between Dale Earnhardt and Mark Martin positions air have been anywhere from one to about seven or eight at a given time just before those pitstops come up they had posted Dale Earnhardt back in ninth position and Mark Martin running about fourteenth. So he finished anywhere near that way. Earnhardt. He's almost has to pick up some points here unless Mark Martin should have a mechanical problem Phoenix in a couple of weeks or certain. Atlanta. But he needs to gain support today. They'll you talked to him just like I did he said if we leave here we need to pick up at least fifteen twenty points at least to have a good shot to win the was to Cup championship. Four hundred sixteen laps are on the board here at the North Carolina Motor Speedway Rockingham. Bill Elliott continues to leave the Bill Cole five hundred he has two and three tenths second. John second place runner, Abbott Kubicki Sterling Marlin with a strong run all day. He's in third with Harry Gant fourth Ken, Schrader fifth and sixth blogging to Geoff Bodine. Those six cars are on the lead laugh, the true value hard charger award. Alan Kalicki who was second in the race has taken over the lead in the true value hard charger award from Kyle petty. If you just joining us Kyle was dominant all afternoon long within the problem to the hood of the car has relegated him well back in the running order. He had lost some ten or so lapsed during repairs to the peak Pontiac but with four hundred eighteen laps now complete. We are. Closing what should be a pretty good finish here. As haven't Kalicki is biding his time..
"bill cole" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Became Adidas the Cleveland Browns will to face the Broncos. Give us a quick summation of what makes Bill Cole are such an effective teacher. Forces and so forth. Go you're gonna you're gonna listen to where he's going to try to get you out of that. That's right. Today. There's still a business thing is like he's got yards won't do it his way or he's going to find someone who's going to do it his way his way is. One hundred balls to the wall out to the ball. Know it really has helped my career growth. No. On a lot of teams don't run to the ball run. The ball runs the ball for you. Do you live in the Detroit? Makes me more places run into the ball. And I remember specifically that San Fran last year. One of those fumbles pop tower is going towards the ball. It's what makes you vailable type of plays, right? And just on the way. Bill works is every day. No one questions. How hard we work by going on the team everyone knows, and that's unusual people should know by NFL standards. It is not uncommon at all for a player veteran player to either the right way or the wrong way at times Mitch into his position coach likely coach come on, man. You know what? I mean. I mean, that's not uncommon at all for. So for you to say, nobody gripes at all that's uncommon. We know what we're getting with Bill, and you notice the second new we've had exact same defensive line and glass year, which I feel like is unheard of Austin. But. We know exactly what we Bill. And you can just tell by the way we practice to know. Like, we we do things a certain way. And it's it's expected. And. There is no other way in the us. You don't do it to find someone that will we got about a minute before we take a break here. Shelby Harris is with us one quick question before the break. Did you play any other sports in high school? You look like you would have been a beast of a wrestler. Oh my gosh. No, no, Bob. I was a three year varsity basketball player added hurdles for two years. You're a hurdler when I graduated high school, I was twenty really hundred twenty pounds. What high hurdles really like one two three hundred. That's unbeliev free hundreds of man's race. Awful. It is terrible. No form when you get all the way around. Yeah. I wouldn't have pictured you as a hurdler. Oh, yeah. I was I was tall skinny. What are you waiting now? Three five. Is that does that about where you want to be three hundred three is perfect for me right now. All right, six twenty nine is.
"bill cole" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"And I I wanna I wanna hope. That the Bronx to learn from the the downfall. Paxton lynch. To actually legitimately thoroughly great out evaluate a quarterback that they have. So. If they're going to do that. And if they're already looking at Herbert or lock they need to flesh out exactly what they have what they see in in a Chad Kelly, if it gets to that point, and I want to home they've learned from the downfall pack that they will do. So. But does anybody avenue confidence that this coaching staff this administration? Have you want to phrase? It was the Broncos will actually go through with that. And they won't just double down and say, Nope. Our guy. He's our quarterback. We're gonna play. Yeah. I mean, there's that. And there's also the the idea of of John Elway not being able to properly evaluate quarterbacks. But what I would say a step in the right direction is how 'bout you take the first quarterback off the board and not the third that might help too. Because maybe we missed on Paxton Lynch, and maybe with hindsight we're like like something didn't jive with him right from the Geico. But he was taking twenty picks after Goff. So it's like, you know, I I would say that's why I'm saying that the Broncos need to go all in like like, reportedly they tried to do a Sam darnold. They tried to go up and get the best quarterback in the draft allegedly reportedly. So I would say that's a step in the right direction is whoever is the number one quarterback in this class. The Broncos go get him, and they don't wait for the third guy off. On the board to go grab him. Because the odds are not in your favor that the third quarterback taken in a first round is going to be amount to much. I think that that you're in Paxton Lynch Christian ponder Blaine gabbert territory, but if they end, but again, if they do that, again, do we have the confidence that they're actually going to flush him out or they may just they go say, they they keep keenum around the main we they keep Herbert around. And if he jed carry around are we to see this quarterback rotation craft that we saw during training camp. Again, I'm saying that the Broncos have not shown or given anybody any confidence to say they're going to change their ways. So with that with they did a little bit. They did that with case keenum because also he had the contract that said so but then during preseason number six guys. Playing pretty well. What's going on with this? And now is the loss of piled up the interceptions and followed up. Now. The negative thoughts are starting to creep in again. So basically the gist. I get from you is that. Valley is a pit of despair. And there's no hope I don't wanna say, there's no hope. But again, what what what confidences have they shown us give to us displayed. They can change their strikes. Now you now if let's just say they lose on Thursday night. Dances. Click. You got you got ten games or you gotta you gotta ten day break in between the next game. He gets he gets sent away. Go muck grave becomes your interim head coach Bill Cole or are, you know, hike Tolbert. I don't know somebody, you know, John Elway may take over interim head coaching job. Who who who knows? Okay. Then. Then all options are open at that point. Then it's just play for next year. If you think is if you fire Vance halfway through the season, it's queer that they've given up on the twenty eighteen season. Once he once he go if he is let go it's done it played a next year. It's looking draft. It's just try to you know, make the fans at home field. Good come to the game. Well. I wanna wish you a happy anniversary on your home one. Thank you. I also want to thank you for spending time with me today. And we look forward to seeing you nightly on a news five you got the ten o'clock. And then there's the water clock. The the six o'clock the six o'clock. We do both the six and the tan watch them both because grant goes through wardrobe change in the four hours between the two shows that is change well yesterday there was there was a wardrobe change today. I came in proper Hello vision. Look nice clothes yesterday at air force. I I had I had to run an errand before I had to get there. But you were wrapping news five with the. Yeah. The hat, right? That's that's an easy one to keep on all the time. I wasn't looking good as your red sneakers. But we never granted. That that that's a given. That's not up for debate. Grant, like Dalen sons long-sleeve airforce shirt I'd like to snag one of those losers sharp looking. I didn't see eye out of there. It was. I was I. Yeah. 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"bill cole" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"We haven't. We didn't swing the bat screen San Francisco in the last two nights review Kershaw in their bullpen has done. A nice job. We got to score more runs. We gotta get more hits. This is something that we talk about. You know, every every afternoon we get to the ballpark. I will continue to press on. But you know, our guys are where when you talk to them you awesome, Saint questions they'll probably say the same thing manager bud black their final game of the series is tonight Tyler Anderson against Walker. Bueller? Coverage starts at seven only on KOA L A leads the NFL west by game and a half over the Rockies Rockies also trail the cardinals by game and a half for the second wildcard. So right now on the outside looking in need a little hot streak here. Saint Louis at Atlanta tonight, by the way, Rockies got good news on Trevor stories elbow. No structural damage. The joint and ligament are intact Rockies hope story can play again in the next few days. Broncos will be playing this weekend. They'll be back on the practice field today beginning to prepare for the Baltimore Ravens. Broncos defense buckled down in the second half of the win over the raiders defensive lineman dome. Atop beco- says they have a lot of guys who get around the football all of us play with a lot of energy and a and a lot of swarm, you know, our coast preaches that every day it gets to the ball gets the ball and. Playing for a guy like Bill Cole, man. You gotta you gotta run to the ball. You know? So we take a lot of pride in this unit. And we definitely want to get to the ball. It'll be the first road trip of the year. The Avs started their preseason schedule last night falling to Vegas preseason game. Number two is Saturday at Minnesota sports at fifteen and forty five on KOA, NewsRadio the home of the Broncos buffs.
"bill cole" Discussed on The Stinkin' Truth with Mark Schlereth
"Line the other linemen opposite Myles Garrett, but they Greg Williams that defense coordinator for Cleveland likes, press corners. Right? So they took the best press Conan, the Dan's award, the best cornerback in football, Mike, what can eat Mark? Mike, sorry, dude, football, the best quarterback in football. What can you do? How many football players can eliminate on every play? One one, right one. You can take out one receiver. Well, guess what? If you have two ends like von Miller and Bradley Chubb coming off the end, they get to the quarterback. They take all the receivers out. Out. So to me, I didn't understand going under Cise quarterback or passing on when a lot of people believe was the surest bet in the first round of Bradley Chubb. So anyway, that was my on that. But tell me about the receiver. Let me take piggyback on that real quick. And then I'll get the receivers. I spent twelve years lying up started for twelve years in a league lying up as an offense of Lyman. Never one time. Did I ever break huddle and say, okay, let's find the starting press cover corner because we gotta take that guy out of the game. No, you know what? I lined up against Reggie White. I lineup against LT. I lined up against a Warren Sapp and it was okay, whereas that beast, where is that guy and how we going to contend with that dude, never one time to ever say, hey, how are we going to line up against Dion? Sanders. Like it just didn't work. Right. I hope it all works out because the Browns fans deserve better after all they've been through over the years, but chump pans out and the guy that they have opposite Garrett, Myles Garrett if he doesn't show out this year, I think it's going to look back and they made up serious mistake there. Yeah, absolutely. Now, as far as receives are concerned, so I'm talking to Bill Cole are, who is one of the great delight coaches, right? I mean, he's been around forever while he was in Houston, trae when Houston drafted often de'andre Hopkins. And as you know, de'andre Hopkins is an absolute freak show. I mean, the guy is a freak show, so I'm talking to Bill. Cole are at length, and he goes, let me tell you something man this kid through as and the first part of camp identical from playmaking standpoint. It's the way we talked about de'andre Hopkins when we drafted him in Houston, we're like, oh my God talking about, yes, Cortlandt Sutton. We have. Got, I'm sorry. We have got a freak show on our hands Cortlandt Sutton, six, three like to eighteen physically unbelievably gifted Emmanuel. Sanders came out and said the most talented, the most freak show wide receiver I've ever seen in my time here as a rookie or my time in the NFL as a rookie and that he still has to polish his route running and all that stuff. But let me just tell you, you throw fifty fifty ball up. He's coming down with it. Ninety percent of the time. I mean, he is uncanny with his athleticism and on top of that, his football character like the other day in practice were standing there watching. They wrap up practice and Emmanuel. Sanders and Damaris. Thomas have family members at practice. He runs up while they're with their family and grabs their stuff and goes, I am going to take this stuff in for you guys, so you can spend more time with your family. So you're not like he like he just like they didn't ask him. Hey, take my shoulder Pesident. He rolls over there and he just gets it like trying to. He is trying to pick their brains, he is trying to to become the best player he can and they embrace him even though they know he's going to take their jobs eventually, they're like, this is a kid that gets it. I will say this about Denver's draft in general. They went about it differently this year. I was talking to Matt Russell, how they make eight called it blew dotting guys. He goes anybody that didn't have football character in football acumen. We blue dotted him. He goes, I'm not talking about a kid as a freshman that got a fight in a bar like we've all done that..
"bill cole" Discussed on The No Limits Selling Podcast
"How do you select sales people like how do you know you're getting a good salesperson versus someone that sounds good and turns out not to be like what are you used to establish i don't know i don't have any really good answers to that if i did we'd probably be working on a book in take a whole different path but i think we fall victim a lot in that we believe we can train anybody and that when when it's time to part ways with someone it's as much feeling when our part is on there's so we really get hung up on that a lot it if you are willing to continuously learn you have a good chance of being successful in the world any endeavor including sales did a comment lincoln today somebody had highlighted this podcast as well as eight others and sales and one of my comments other than thanking them was one of the hallmarks of great sales people is they're always learning is just a nature who they are and that's kind of what you do is well right lots of reading lots of learning constantly i mean the if you have to be curious the roofing shore ivanov's in a much slower pace but even that still there new products introduced new techniques new ways of getting to customers you know we we have a repeat customer who we've done business with for ten years and then all of a sudden that person retires the new person in the show your curiosity about meeting a new person to keep them engaged the whole thing so i like people who like to learn we do we talk about different podcasters and things like that and just general in the world just nights smarter about everything what turns me on as win there's somebody from us a chemistry and they come into leadership and they go you know when a chemical does this we could do this with that cross pollination of disciplines that is can cool tour i one time listen to podcasts you know to give idea of how good it was it was about coyotes and like i don't have any inherent interest not pay oti coyote yes correct good but this was three and a half hours and i'm you know i'm getting out of my car like a coyote expert so it was very much a well done interview but i like stuff because so there's a person out here who is wildly fascinated with coach and the the data that they collected in the way they apply that data to decision making that right government entities do or how we can radically this problem or is this a problem we're supposed or radic eight that's the stuff that i think translates into where whatever you're doing you know it's like the here's a problem here's how this person chose to attack that problem and that i think is useful in every jim in that book freakonomics to very much applying economic principles to social issues and amazing one last question your member of excel yes there is a fellow members don't name names but what i'm interested in is some people thrive in excel and other people struggle a little bit so what's the difference between because the model is you can't sell so it's very much building relationships who does it really well like what are the traits and who the people that struggle in what do you think that is so fundamentally there's the one part that i still don't believe everyone quite understands is that the goal isn't for the members to go in a room and figure out how to do business together it's just not what the model is and i explain to people all the time i can only buy from one insurance broker from one attorney from one accountant so me as a potential client i bring minimal value my network.
"bill cole" Discussed on The No Limits Selling Podcast
"Is not beyond us to jump in our trucks here and management out there on the roof trying to make sure this thing is tighten up before the work comes in i mean that's just that's just how we do it so in your journey as leader what's the less new along the way that you still hold here i do think that we're in a time of great opportunity everybody probably says that is pretty trendy thing to say but there are some interesting demographic shifts occurring and baby boomers exiting and not enough gen xers and a whole bunch of millennials and like you can read a million articles on that all i know is that they're they're do tend to be opportunities that exist and i think having some kind of framework to sort of scrub those figure out which ones might make sense for what you're working on and then having the courage to do it and do it not necessarily in a totally bootstrap startup standpoint but more of an interpreter aerial type in the company sort of new division new product line acquisition that's a little bit of a slight difference but having the courage to do that and then doing it like i always regret maybe not being more aggressive with the solar company along the way right but i may not be here if i had it's you know it's a different business than roofing entirely and we've definitely slow played it from conservative old business trying to start this other new thing and there's there's were the only tools i had was the way we were you know fiscally responsible or you know just balancesheet protecting and things like that so let me ask you question let's say you fire today and you happen to be the new person coming in taking over this so revisionist with fresh eyes and no legacy things to think about and no family ties if you coming to this business now what which direction would you take it where to interesting crossroads i probably wouldn't wish that decision on anyone i so because of our legacy of the roofing company i do believe eventually larger commercial roofs will be everyone will want to get a price for solar roof in traditional roof and everybody'll buy a soul roof but they'll want to know what the cost is so for us the solar business represents the eventual integrator and yeah of those two together the solar business by itself today is one that is wildly driven by community solar programs and solar farms in different states not local to maryland all driven by state incentives so there's probably more business to be done in the short term in the community or on the ground space but i don't believe that longterm that has the staying power distributed generation by itself is i'd like to generate the power role in the roof consume it down below we have less line loss were kind of self sufficient that seems to be seems to me to be a clear longterm path so if there was no roofing company you you probably drive hard on the solar farms and continue to develop your business in that way and see what that looks like over time with the roofing company i think we need to continue to cross train people roofers need to learn more skills roofing project managers need to understand solar are sales people in our estimators are when they meet with an owner you know there's a full range of products to offer and help them in multiple ways help them create new lines revenue so i don't know there's thus is my work every day two things number one sales drives every business.
"bill cole" Discussed on The No Limits Selling Podcast
"Push the decision making down to people who were highly qualified and able to do it right they just hadn't had to for a long time so we're you know we're six or seven years in at this point and i would still classify in the transition period but they are i think if you asked my people they feel empowered and engaged in they they like being trusted to make the decisions and we we're still building framework so that they have confidence in those decisions and but that was the biggest shift was to to push the decision making down to people who have been doing it for ten fifteen twenty years highly qualified just had never really had to do it so for new luck you've gone through the baptism afire so for new leaders what would be the three pieces of advice you give that would allow them to step into that leadership position more effectively oh three three but we'll see strategy could deal i think one of the things i came into it with which wasn't necessarily intentional but i think was really intake was always having respect for the other people that you're working with in my case everyone was always older than me and have been doing it longer yep so in an effort of trying to get the right answer in the most efficient way why wouldn't you lean on these guys that you knew have already been through the battles and i think that wins them over you know immediately when you're going to them asking them for their advice nice so i think that's sort of yeah respect and using them you know right i forget i was just reading the other day but it's like you the quote was something like you paid me for my hands for fifteen years you coulda had my brain for free the whole time at believe that was jack welsh but the ideas yeah they they know all these things so source them for the information and if you do that they're they're more likely to be engaged in work with you move forward brilliant and then i do subscribe to the theory of you know bring me your problem bring me three potential solutions any recommendation and then let's get the resolution right so don't just bring me your problem right you gotta think about it don't use me as a crutch yeah exactly don't make me do your job for you you know you can do this let's but i'm happy to confirm it gives you the confidence and change it because this great teaching moment but they've done the homework and then they get the insight as opposed to you telling them what to do which basically just doesn't improve what they're doing at all yeah and i'm clear with everybody to explain that you know it's not my goal for you to carry this burden i'll carry the burden right like you you make the decision but i'll rubber stamp it you know like bring me the information let's talk through it you don't need to carry the burden if it goes wrong we're gonna make the best decision we can and i'll bear that but bring me the best answer that you think you're closer to it you knew more than i do is by default you think somehow i've got all the answers in my file cabinet and step in one respect them step to empower them and actually help them go outside of their comfort zone and she be the boss tour and did you come up with a third one yeah we can make one up this is just me personally but work ethic and being willing to put in the time it's no substitute for hardware yeah and being shoulder to shoulder with them and i mean i'm not one to make sure that my lights the last one out at the end of the day it's not that sort of weird thing but i don't want them to ever question you know whether i'm willing to go to the instagram i mean in commercial roofing we do a lot of schoolwork and it you know in maryland the weather the way it is we will get an afternoon thunderstorm that is bearing down on my guys and it.
"bill cole" Discussed on The No Limits Selling Podcast
"Was really actually an ingenious product they clearly business wasn't managed properly but putting the solar cells in circular nature allowing to collect light not just from sun coming down but reflecting up off of a white roof gave you more surface area solar solta surface area question how much can we collect so it also allowed for wind flow between the tubes and cool down and so there's a lot of good stuff there but you know didn't didn't make it so let's talk you said this fourth generation company on the roofing side so what's that like for a lot of companies with his multi generations people have to make them aren't and also respect what's been done then you've got employees that was working with a company in new jersey fourth generation marine product distribution company and the employee's were convinced that other people in the management team that the owners were having secret meetings and they're like nope believe me we're not doing that so was it like coming into a multi generation family at some point you kind of realize what's going on but i mean i started when i was thirteen dad just started bring me to work and i was doing odds and ends whatever cutting the grass or whatever so it you don't doctrinaire yeah you don't really and i mean i worked summers building roof so i definitely got the full picture painted for me that i was going to have to earn my way i think you know we were really fortunate in that my grandfather so we're fortunate ration but we behave a lot like third generation where my grandfather really was the entrepeneurship who took us from a residential roofer to commercial and then my father is a little bit introverted very much process operationally driven so he you know without having a fancy you family business lucien book or anything he just sort of immediately duve into laying process on top of all the things that my grandfather had built so he built our safety program he created job tickets for the men when they went out in the field and and that was really what i think you know if you if you do learn about business lucien i mean you have to have that in that second generation so we're we were really fortunate and that allowed us to grow the more and then when i came in you know i started in hr then i did some project management and then i got estimating and my father was running the company but my grandfather was still in charge of sales which allowed me the opportunity has nest mater to sit with him i learned a lot of the business from his perspective probably also was the kind the side i liked a little bit more right and that him running it and then having the two of us over on the side working on the sales was was really you know i mean that's like just kind of the stars aligning that you can have an operational oriented person and then these other sales people so i got to learn that side from him when we transitioned to me as president we were very you know it's like succession planning right you get all this teaching and you learn all this about ski and then we didn't do any of that we you know it just came time and economy was struggling and we need to shift and you know i took over and you know he still is supports us from the operational side and you know it's that okay let's take all these procedures we need to get rid of them yeah that's my green not knowing any better to bog down with process oh wait a second okay hold on we need that one back bring this one back bring that one back so i definitely made a lot of those mistakes along the way early on just trying to we were very clear about my leadership technique is opposed to his and just our personalities in that when he when my father was president he we were still small enough where he could keep his arms wrapped around everything and then in order for us to keep growling needed to.
"bill cole" Discussed on The No Limits Selling Podcast
"Today i'm joined by billy cole the ceo of coal roofing and fish ranji baltimore yes sir definitely so you've got the roof and got sola panels we do both so in ninety seconds tell us who you are and what you do here so baltimore raised guy we have unfortunate ration commercial roofing and in two thousand nine despite grace recession of my lifetime or whatever we thought it'd be great time start another business so we got into the solar business that kind of came out of seeing solar panel showing up at roofing trade shows and things that that was the next product offering that the commercial company needed what was the internal dialog like i'm sure there was some folks that were saying absolutely makes sense and other people saying yeah hold on this is our core business what would those conversations like i think we started from always believing we were offering are customers you know the the best the best products that were available this was a little different because people didn't necessarily want to talk about their electrical usage with a roofer but it did seem to be something that was coming we had already started building vegetated roofs putting plants on time a ruse for stormwater reasons so this this concept of using the roof is a platform for something else that was not foreign the seeds were laid yeah we like that was good yeah no we we like that i mean it made sense to us and especially if you're focused on putting a really good roof down then it gives us the confidence to you know what else can we do with this space so that made sense my grandfather was adamant that i was too early and he was right but you know it still at the same time i guess you wanna be ahead of the curve and thought that that had benefit to so visit expression from silicon valley leading edge and bleeding edge no doubt i mean it took us the first year that that company wasn't existence was entirely an education year i mean just trying to start the conversation with people in maryland it was you know they had yet had no idea and l it was transitioning the conversation of sores all about loving the environment and saving the planet and it is like no we it has to be economically good for us to really wanna deal it a while ago that the amount of energy it took to make the solar panel was huge the meta heat and stuff and they were claiming that you know over the lifetime you may not recover the energy used changed by now at technology and i've i've heard that we might put that in the urban myths category i i don't know i don't have the research to knew that answer but i have definitely heard that as bigfoot and well i if if so if your ideas to to move away from solar or not let solar get any traction i think that's one of the arguments is used is solar like regular technology because my computers get faster and they get cheaper yeah that those products i think has taken a bit of a different path is seems like all the money that has been invested in the solar was focused on trying to manufacture them cheaper as opposed to making them better fishing yeah so our fishing sea levels aren't much greater than they were five ten years ago they are better but not nearly as significantly as the price decreased over that same time period i was that a lecture in silicon valley may be twenty years ago and those a company that wants to put up these giant flying airplanes that had sola panels all electric and they used magnifying glasses to focus the sun because they wanted to get flying in tennis that would be the new cell towers and it was like science fiction but also possibly feasible yeah we've never messed much with sort of the collection using mirrors and things like that but there's definitely a sake ment of the industry who believes that's critical to maybe what will alternately be mainstreamed appointment so there were some rooftop units that because you tilt them all towards the sun the backside of that presents an opportunity put something they were putting mirrors there and that was reflecting more light onto the next panel behind it early so there's definitely they also in the along the same lines where putting panels over top of white cruise you probably remember the story of celinda so that that company i mean part of their concept i mean that.
"bill cole" Discussed on WCHS
"The justice administration right now because you have my call who's the chief of staff and normally the chief of staff is the number one person in the administration after the governor he's the guy he's the goto guy in is usually the bad guy if there's bad news to give if there's ribbon cutting and good news the governor does that and of course you have agency and department heads and and they they all operate and they worked for the governor but the chief of staff is the head of the administrative part of the governor but now you have bray and and bray and it's kind of interesting because break kerry was a big supporter of bill cole who ran against jim justice so brace supported bill cole but then cole austin jim justice and now somehow bray is become a very significant player in the justice administration and it happened before it started happened before justice switch parties so so that's what you have that's what's going on inside the administration you have the governor who is not there every day you have break harry's has become a very significant player in the justice administration calling a lot of shots within the administration he's been the lead guy on this sports betting issue he's the guy who ran the meeting this week with all the stakeholders then you have my call and he's working on some other things within the administration but whose whose whose greater among equals equals my call or break kerry.
"bill cole" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Some friends who answered boston's call at the marathon finish line five years ago are back and it's wbz's karyn regal explains you might wanna rub their belly canine first responders was formed after sandy hook as a critical incident mental health support organization founder bill cole a former police officer himself says dogs no like in las vegas of the dogs will go to the firefighters sit underneath their seats are sitting next to them and they may say no we're not stressed and we'd say well the dog kind of radical you out back in boston at giant newfoundland named benjamin franklin is calming people before the starting gun like ken gaspar from chicago oh yes there's nothing better that could possibly happen to you then meeting some dogs and getting some some ferlov by the way gaspar is running for the animal rescue league of boston as you can imagine security is super tight for the marathon with a lot of checkpoints set up police recommend people don't bring bags but if you do make sure they're clear and be prepared for a thorough search authorities say there are no threats to the marathon wbz newsradio ten thirty we'll bring you wire to wire marathon coverage with a team of reporters along the route you can also follow the action on twitter at wbz newsradio in sports the celtics take a one game to nothing lead over milwaukee in their best of seven eastern conference quarterfinal with a one thirteen one oh seven overtime win over at fenway the red sox moved to thirteen and two after a three one win over baltimore i'm garowe hagopian wbz newsradio ten thirty great conversation sounds charming thing this sounds better the radio mid.
"bill cole" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"At the marathon finish line five years ago are back and as wbz's karyn regal explains you might wanna rub their belly first responders was formed after sandy hook as a critical incident mental health support organization founder bill cole a former police officer himself says dogs no like in las vegas are the dogs or go to the firefighters sit underneath their seats sit next to them and they may say no we're not stressed and we'd say well the dog kind of radical out back here in boston at giant newfoundland named benjamin franklin is calming people before the starting gun like ken gaspar from chicago oh yes there's nothing better that could possibly happen to you then meeting some dogs and getting some some fair love by the way gaspar is running for the animal rescue league of boston as you can imagine security is super tight for the marathon with a lot of chuck point setup police recommend people don't bring bags but if you do make sure they're clear and be prepared for a thorough search authorities say there are no threats to the maratha on wbz newsradio ten thirty we'll bring you wire to wire marathon coverage with a team of reporters along the route you can also follow the action on twitter at wbz newsradio in sports the celtics take a one game to nothing lead over milwaukee in their best of seven eastern conference quarterfinal with a one thirteen one oh seven overtime win over at fenway the red sox moved to thirteen and two after a three one win over baltimore i'm garowe hagopian wbz newsradio ten thirty i'm becky wait are you what do you want to talk to you conversation pick up that speak the words alot bradley jay is to to go get when he's on with a word he can get one he came jay talking with bradley jay makes me wanna call wbz news radio ten thirty.
"bill cole" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Six nineteen thirty three degrees drizzle in boston top stories now a moment of silence in the ringing of the south church bells today pay tribute to the victims and the heroes of the boston marathon bombings mayor marty walsh governor baker laid reads on boylston street where the bomb went off the weather is going to have an effect on the marathon tomorrow for both racers and spectators forecasters are saying it's going to be cold wet and windy with heavy rain in the afternoon ninety two year old former first lady barbara bush is in failing health and is no longer seeking medical care family spokesman says mrs bush now only getting care to help her be as comfortable as possible wbz news time six twenty a man is dead and a woman critically injured in a shooting in palmer police say it happened around ten o'clock last night officers arrived on the scene to find a twenty four year old man shot he later died at twenty one year old woman also oh wounded is in hospital no word on any arrests some friends who answered boston's call five years ago are back and as wbz's karyn regal explains you might wanna rub their bellies canine first responders was formed after sandy hook as a critical incident mental health support organization founder bill cole a former police officer himself says dogs no like in las vegas of the dogs or go to the firefighters sit underneath their seats are sitting next to them and they may say no we're not stressed and we'd say well the dog kind of radyjo out back boston at giant newfoundland named benjamin franklin is calming people before the starting gun like ken gaspar from chicago oh yes there's nothing better possibly happen to you then meeting some dogs and getting some some ferlov gaspar is running for the animal rescue league of boston by the way at the park plaza in boston karyn regal wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time six twenty one the nine one one operator who was on the line with a teenager who suffocated in the back of minivan in ohio will return to work this week an internal review is underway after sixteen year old kyle plush made desperate calls for help when he was trapped in the back of vehicle abc's marci gonzales reports amber smith was the operator who took the call show smith tried to follow up with plush sending a text message and calling twice but.
"bill cole" Discussed on WCHS
"All right coop let's give let's get our whipped route opened up our exclusive look at news around the state and for that we start in charleston with jeff jenkins digit good afternoon good afternoon i think first of all your youngest daughter needs an oscar for her memorisation of of of of the college teams in their mascots i aim that's it now that's an old video so that okay that's four years ago more years ago twinjets when she was three okay that's when she was three and she did about what she was about twenty for twenty on mascot needs i i have to say full disclosure though full disclosure i bet she can't do half of those now you don't thinks map slacked off his apparent we've got more important things like math and reading other thing guy i can give those names up there that's pretty good though i saw that hey y'all own on our website wv metronewscom the because that broke the story over the weekend and we have followed up on it today this situation with it's getting a lot of scrutiny obrad michael he has a story wv metronewscom about break carry and he is now volunteering time at the governor's office he's in unpaid consulted with the governor and that there's a couple of things about this in in in a break carry used to host decisionmakers in own some television stations here in the state couple of things about this that uh those who are kind of raising questions at tim mile it was on metronews talkline today the house minority leader saying you know here is a break carry who for several months so when all phone jim justice saying he wasn't qualify for a to be the governor and supported bill cole in last year's race and so now he's working form but really think of when the bigger issues is it he is a member of the board of directors are eq t the natural gasbased company and and some are expressing concern of what what influence carry might have on the governor because there are going to be some big natural gas issues including what we call force polling where.