Love them or hate them. That seems to be the main issue with the Kardashian sisters. We’ve all been guilty at one point or another watching Keeping Up With The Kardashians. And you would be lying if you said you never heard of them. They are all over the news and on the cover of magazines. Famous for being the daughters of high-profile lawyer Robert Kardashian who represented OJ Simpson, they have also made their own name in society. Sex tapes, reality shows, celebrity friends and the list goes on.
Causing drama and chaos wherever they go, the Kardashians leave a lot to be desired. However, one can’t help but admire them. Whether it’s their social media following or their eye for fashion (which is somewhat questionable at times), they have grown on us. In fact, the Kardashians can teach us a lot about business. Not only can their successful companies speak for themselves, but they have also created the Kardashian brand. But what can they really teach us? What is it that we can learn from them when it comes to running a successful business? A force to be reckoned with, they have proven that they are here to stay. There’s actually a lot that we can learn from them. Boss Babes who are looking to make a killing in the business world can actually learn a thing or two from the Kardashians when it comes to business.
They use social media to their advantage
It’s no question that the Kardashian sisters know the Instagram game. With millions of followers on their social media, the Kardashians have used this to their benefit. They understand the power of social media and how it can impact any business owner or brand. So, they’ve used it to their advantage. Collaborating with brands, getting paid to post, promoting their own business, becoming influencers. You name it. They’ve done it. They’ve made it their job to know what works and what doesn’t. In fact, their social media accounts are one of the reasons why they are so popular and have stayed popular. So when it comes to running your business, make sure to up your social media game. Post regularly and strategically. It can make or break your business.
They don’t let negative comments get to them
Being in the public eye, they are constantly getting criticized and judged for their actions. Whether they mean well or not, there’s always going to be people who will make it their mission to take them down. But they don’t let that get to them. And believe me, the Kardashians are probably among the celebrities who get judged the most. Whether it’s their fashion sense, their parenting skills or how they run their business, they are constantly being criticized. But one thing we can all agree on is how they don’t let any of the negative comments get in their way of living their life. They have risen to success and proven that it’s okay to dream big. That being said, don’t let critics and negative comments get in your path of success.
They embrace diversity
Whether it’s in their personal lives or their business mantra, the Kardashian sisters are not afraid of trying new things. They embrace change and often try different things. Their brand can often be affiliated with different products: clothing, cosmetics, electronics, and even real estate. They have an eye for business and are always up and about the latest trends. So when it comes to running your business, take a note from the Kardashians. Don’t be afraid to try new things and diversify your brand. You’ve got nothing to lose and everything to gain.
They use their power and influence to help others
While it’s often understated because their drama often makes the cover of magazines, the Kardashian sisters make it a point to use their influence for good. They know the importance of giving back and have proven often that they value family. In fact, many would be surprised to learn that Kim donates 10% of her earning to a number of charities. She also used her power and influence to free Alice Johnson from prison after her visit to the White House and pleading her case to President Trump. Giving back is important. Whether is sharing your knowledge or doing the occasional giveaway, it’s important and can promote your brand positively. So why not use your power and influence for good?
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