“The American Businessperson” talk show host Rich Killian will interview guests within two formats. In “The American Dream Hour” the success stories of both business owners and the employed include: what shaped their dreams, how they got started, what steps most helped them succeed, the lessons mistakes taught, and keeping focused amid hard times. Guests’ winning practices will help listeners gain new perspective to tackle challenges. In “The Expert Hour”, professionals present a business topic pertinent to business people. Both formats engage, educate, and motivate listeners to action. With the right know-how and work, dreams come true. The show will add possibilities and outline tactics business people can use to prevail with their ambitions.
Join in live every Wednesday at 12 Noon Pacific Time, 3 PM Eastern Time on the VoiceAmerica Business Channel, or on demand 24/7 at TheAmericanBusinessperson.com.
In 1999 at age 25, U.S. Army veteran and Southern Illinois University graduate Rich Killian started his business career. Not finding work as a Civil Engineer, he started selling Real Estate during the week, worked in demolition as a laborer on weekends, and attended night school for his MBA at Roosevelt University in Chicago.
In 2000, he incorporated his first company, Prospect Equities® which is a nationally licensed real estate franchise system with a uniquely integrated full-service approach to both residential and commercial real estate brokerage. His concept has been coined, “The Freedom Concept of Real Estate” and Rich has been a successful entrepreneur since the inception of his first company. Rich has averaged an acquisition or formation of two companies per year and now controls over 20 companies and corporations. By 2003, Rich’s six companies formed Infinity Capital Holding Corporation (ICH) with Rich as Chairman.
In the 2008 recession, Rich offered his real estate and mortgage companies’ services to distressed home owners and renters at discounted fees, paid various mortgages and rents to help those in hardship while creating salaried jobs and opportunities for sales and management positions within his companies. In 2010, he founded The Hardship Home Foundation, a public charity which assists people in keeping their homes.
Today, Rich is Chairman of the Board for ICH and its 20-plus companies which produce over $1/2 billion in annual sales.