Making the Case by Kimberly Guilfoyle | Digest & Review
As an infant, Kimberly Guilfoyle saw her mother die from Leukemia. This event led her father to encourage young Kimberley to work toward becoming as resourceful and independent as she could possibly be. In the absence of her mother, Kimberly Guilfoyle’s father brought her up to understand that she would need to explain in a logical way why she wanted something and that this would help her to achieve her goals. In her book, Making the Case, Kimberly Guilfoyle writes stories and memories from her life along with advice to help readers win arguments to get what they want.
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