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Kim Kardashian is giving entrepreneurial advice to her fans.
When one fan went on the social networking website Mobio INsider, she asked Kardashian, 33, for some business advice after the "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" star rose to fame in recent years.
"I've always loved working. I knew I always loved clothes, so 1st started selling & buying clothes on eBay, worked at a clothing store, then started styling, then opened a store, now my own clothing line (SIC)," Kardashian responded on Mobio INsider. "I did whatever I could to learn about what I was passionate about. I would say figure out what you love to do, and find a way to make it a career."
Earlier this year, Kardashian defended her line of work in a recent issue of Vogue U.K.
"The biggest misconception about my family and me is that we're lazy. I work hard; the show is a full-time job," Kardashian insisted to Vogue. "Sometimes I don't think people realize that – we work 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. on the program."
Aside from the show, Kardashian insists that she and her family are hard at work on other business ventures.
"People think, 'Well, what do they do,'" Kardashian explained to Vogue. "We do so much, we work on the show, on fragrances, on our fashion line – there's a lot. Also, people have this idea that my mom (Kris Jenner) controls us all and will her book her kids to do anything if it makes money. I am in my thirties – my mom can't tell me what to do."
Kardashian's occupation has been a cause for debate recently when the father of her child and fiancee, rapper Kanye West, insisted that she deserved a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Kardashian previously spoke up about wanting to appear on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in an interview with V Magazine last year.
"I think there was a quote where somebody said that reality stars will never get a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame," Kardashian told V. "So, of course I'm so competitive that I think that it would be a huge achievement and a goal that anyone would want. I would love to break that mold."