Self made or her family helped her?
Although I don't consider myself a fan for the Kardashian crew. I admire the fact that she has been able to successfully brand herself and leverage her popularity to achieve this level of success. I'm sure this post will have mixed feedback. Some of may joined me in congratulating her, while others seemed less impressed by her soon-to-be billionaire status.
I realized that the critique of Kylie’s success seems to stem from the idea that Kylie’s abundance of connections and resources at an early age made this all possible rather than her own blood, sweat, and tears.
Some of my followers believe that Kylie’s empire being “self-made” is far from the truth, and that her team and management are more deserving of the praise she’s receiving.
My comments thread gives me an opportunity to interact with my followers and get their honest feedback. The feedback I received on this post made me take a step back and take a closer look at what it means to be self-made.
What does it mean to be a self-made mogul? If you’re born into privilege and wealth and become a successful entrepreneur by utilizing these advantages, can you really consider yourself self-made?
Does being born with a silver spoon in your mouth mean your exempt from being regarded as a self-made success? We want to hear your thoughts! What do you think?
by: Natalie Nicole- women who boss