Christine McKay was dropped off at a homeless shelter at the age of sixteen on Christmas day night. Christine has been homeless, lived-in section 8 housing, mother of 3 girls before she turned 22 and had a goal to go to Harvard University,
Christine, on top of all her challenges, had to live life with a bipolar II diagnosis, alcohol dependency, and self-esteem issues, dream of going to Harvard kept her motivated through the tough days.
Christine not only achieved her goal of attending Harvard, she graduated and today is an published author, the host of her own podcast and helps business owners discover and get what they want in every negotiation with their counterparts.
You can purchase Christine’s book, Why Not Ask? A Conversation About Getting More, from Amazon by clicking here
You can connect with Christine by visiting her web site at VennNegotiation.com
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