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Guest: Robert S. Graham, Robert’s book, Job Killers: The American Dream in Reverse has been published in 2010 in cooperation with TechPress, Inc. – the original publisher behind the international best seller Rich Dad Poor Dad. Entrepreneur, philanthropist, speaker, author, has been recognized as one of the Top Entrepreneurs in Arizona by AZ Business magazine and as the 2007 Wealth ManagementAdvisor of the Year by Boomer Market Advisor magazine. A former 2010 candidate for the Arizona Governor’s Office, Graham has a long history of service to Arizona residents and charitable organizations. He is an outspoken advocate for entrepreneurship and putting Americans back to work, having appeared on multiple local and national radio programs.Robert is President and CEO at RG Capital, bringing more than thirteen years of experience in domestic and international strategic, financial, marketing, corporate development and operational management to the table. He is a Certified Financial Manager (CFM), Registered Financial Consultant (RFC) and National Football League Players Association Registered Financial Advisor and holds Series 7, 24 and 66 securities Robert has served on the ASU School of Global Business Management and Leadership Dean's Advisory Council and was awarded "Distinguished Alumnus" from the School of Global Management and Leadership. Chosen as a featured presenter for the Financial Advisor Symposium 2005, 2006, 2007 and the Arizona State University Financial Management Association, Robert was also honored in May 2007 to give a motivationalconvocation to the graduating students at ASU's School of Global Business Leadership and Management. He was also recently added to the "Distinguished Speaker Series" of the Haworth College of Business at Western Michigan University in his home state of Michigan.In May 2008, Robert received a Presidential Commission and a Reagan CongressionalCommission by the National Republican Congressional Committee recognizing Graham’s lifelo