Famous Entrepreneur Quotes
Khloe Kardashian’s Quotes
“Do something that’s really authentic to you and that you genuinely want to, like, breathe, sleep, dream about.”
“My journey is longer than others. But for me, it’s a lifestyle.”
“I believe in making lifestyle changes, in doing things for you.”
Khloe Kardashian’s Top 10 Entrepreneurship Rules For Business and Success
She hosted her own talk show, Kocktails with Khloé. She stars in the health and fitness docu-series Revenge Body with Khloé Kardashian. As a teenager, Kardashian briefly attended Marymount High School, a Roman Catholic all-girls school in Los Angeles. She’s Khloe Kardashian and here’s my take on his top 10 rules for success.
Rule #1: Do Something Authentic
Do something that’s really authentic to you and that you genuinely want to, like, breathe, sleep, dream, about. Like I am super passionate about Good American, but also just for what it represents and stands for. And then I also think that reads through. I think anything that we do,that’s truly a part of our heart, that’s when you have the longevity because you care so much about it. It’s your baby.
Rule #2: Have A Good Work Ethic
I get up every day at like 6 a.m. And it’s just because my mom always made us have responsibilities. Doesn’t matter how much money someone has or doesn’t have. You have to teach, especially the more money you have, is the laser you become.
So teach people to have structure and good work ethics. That’s what makes you a better person. So my mom has always done that, always made us have responsibilities. And I think it pays off later in life.
Rule #3: Love Yourself From Within
Interviewer: Khloe Kardashian says, “I personally felt I was beautiful bigger.”
Interviewer: Is that true?
Well, I never felt that I was ever big. I never looked at myself like, “Oh, my God, I was the fat one. Other people called me that, so I would say it to like beat them to the punch. Like, “Okay, I’m the fat funny one.” So I was like, “I am so cute.” Go into this club in this really tight dress. Like, Kim would wear the same dresses. They would always do a side-by-side. “Who wore it better?” I’m like, “You know who wore it better. It was Kim, but…”I felt so good.
Interviewer: Where does that confidence for that body image come from? Because it’s very hard. I think there are a lot of girls out there who struggle with that. So how do they get that Khloe confidence?
You know, it’s…
Interviewer: With a K.
Yeah, Khloe confidence with a K. It really comes from like loving yourself from within. Mm-hmm. If Instagram were to take a picture of your soul, what would that look like? I know my soul is beautiful. I know I’m a good person. But that came from fat Khloe and that’s going to come from skinny Khloe. Like that will never change for me.
Rule #4: Take Baby Steps
When I was going through my divorce, I really was stressed out, like just needed a place to go. And I knew if… We’re so close, my family and I. So I didn’t want to keep going to my mom’s house and it would be like suspect, like, “What’s going on with you?” So I turned to the gym.
And I loved just being on the elliptical and watching TV. And like really, just, it was working out. And then I realized how good I felt just doing cardio. Like afterwards, how clear my mind felt. And then by that, I was like, “Oh wait! And as a by-product, I started losing weight. But it wasn’t my goal at first.
And then I would say after a few months, I was like, “You know I’m going to take this thing seriously.” So I got my trainer, Gunnar Peterson, and he’s badass. So then I was like, “Okay, wait. This is really hard and serious.” But I took baby steps.
So my journey is longer than others, but for me, it’s a lifestyle, because my whole life, I was an emotional eater, and I did not have any of this under control. So it was new for me. So I took baby steps in doing that. So I would say towards like my divorce era. But it took a minute for me to then be like, “Okay, I’m going to take this seriously.”
Interviewer: You get addicted to the results. And then you think, “Okay, I’m going to keep going.”
Rule #5: Stand For Something
I met Emma. I’m really big on energy and how I like someone that I want to be in business with. And I’m not here for the short term. I want something that has longevity and legs. And I met Emma and we just completely clicked. And it’s not about having a new denim line. It was about doing something that empowers other women and something that is really going to break down barriers.
And I’m all for woman empowerment. And I used to be someone that they would label as plus-size. And I’m like that. I don’t want to be called that. Like, I’m a woman with curves, and I’m what I would say is average size at the time. And I was very proud of who I was. And I felt like so shamed at the time to go into boutiques or to go denim shopping.
It was something that was super hard for me. So when I met Emma, and she was all for everything that I stood for, I was like, “That’s a badass woman, and I want to be in business with her. And then when everything that she said in our initial meeting actually happened, and all of our meetings took place, and we were able to have this great line that stood for, not just jeans, it stood for making other people feel good about themselves and women not having to be segregated, where this size has to go to this side of the shopping center and these women who go to this side.
Like that’s not what I wanted. So that’s really something that was authentic to me and that I stood behind and that I felt like could be a movement and hopefully, encourage other brands to follow in our footsteps.
Rule #6: Ignore The Naysayers
Nowadays, with social media, it’s way more intense. I really love the whole blocking thing on Instagram these days. And I am using it every second. I love it. I love to take social media breaks. Like I’ll post things and try not to read the comments, because if I was posting something about me, I post something with me, like raising money for cancer awareness, and I got reamed for it. So it’s like no matter what I do, you’re going to have just haters. So just know that that’s the way of the world and just love yourself.
Rule #7: Make Lifestyle Changes
Interviewer: What really inspired this whole, “Be the best me.” “Get myself in shape,” and look like this?
Interviewer: What inspired that moment?
I believe in making lifestyle changes, in doing things for you.
I don’t know. I’ve always worked out, but I just never found my groove.
And then when I was going through my divorce, I was super stressed. I didn’t really know what to do. And I was just like, “Well, when my dad died, I like turned to drinking, and like really destructive behavior.
So I was like, “I don’t want to go back there.” I just kind of found my refuge. My place of refuge was the gym.
Woman: : You’ve been obviously working out. Like, what is your thing? What’s your main thing that you do? ‘Cause you look terrific.
Well, thank you. Well, for me, it’s about lifestyle changes. I’ve dieted forever. I’m a yo-yo dieter, yo-yo weight gainer. And I was like, “Okay, I need to make a change.” It’s not about doing it… like losing 30 pounds in 30 days. That’s unrealistic. So I started making lifestyle changes and working out often. I started slow. It’s been like about three years, and I’ve kept the weight off. But I’ve lost, I don’t know, I don’t weigh myself, but I’ve lost about 40 pounds,but over three years.
Man: Wow. I’m glad you said you’ve been working at this for three years, and it’s a lifestyle change. Because a lot of people say, “I’ve been working out for three days. I don’t see the difference.”
Man: But it is a long,It takes time.
Yeah. And it’s discouraging. I mean, for the first two months, I was like, what,I am sweating. I’m busting my ass. I’m tired. I’m hungry. I’m just, whatever. And you don’t notice anything. But you just keep on going. Obviously, something’s going to happen. But your body takes a minute for that change to show. The tortoise wins the race. So that’s what I want to do. And I want to keep it off forever.
Rule #8: Learn From Your Mistakes
When I was first starting out, we used to get pitched things all the time, and we’re like bright-eyed and, “Oh, my God, that’s so exciting.” And you’re new and you do take on a lot of things that maybe aren’t as authentic or true to you or you don’t really believe in. I think you’re young and excited. But by doing that, I’ve made a lot of mistakes, but which made me better for today.
Rule #9: Make Yourself Happy
Interviewer: I think that your honesty on screen. Is so engaging.
Interviewer: And I think you’ve become a role model for younger girls,
Interviewer: which I imagine is a hard mantle. How do you deal with that?
Well, I mean, I think if you think about everything, that it’s going to become overwhelming and it might be scary. But I don’t think of it like that. I think about, I think for my little sisters and for my nieces and nephews how I want them to perceive me, and what I want the message to be for them.
And then hopefully that message is good enough for the rest of the world if I want my loved ones to have it. But it’s really just, I mean, being a strong mind, body soul, and just knowing that there’s so much more out there than social media. And I think that’s what people, especially the youth, get. They get so wrapped up in social media and trying to appeal to people they don’t even know. And you have to just make yourself happy.
Rule #10: Work Hard
Thank you guys so much. I made this because Generation Y asked me to. If there’s someone you’d like me to profile in our future Top Ten, please check out the link down in the description below and you can cast your vote on who we should do next.
I also want to give a quick shout out to Vijay Raj. Vijay, thank you so much for picking up a copy of my book, Your One Word, and posting multiple videos on your YouTube channel about it. I really, really, really appreciate the support. And I’m so glad that you enjoyed the book.
Your mindset for greatness leads to your one word, so that you’re standing for something important.
Thank you guys. I believe in you. I hope you continue to believe in yourself, and whatever your one word is. Much love. I’ll see you soon.
Define Success For Yourself
I think success for me is longevity. Like, I don’t want this to be around this year and no one knows about it in five years. Like I would like this to be a brand that really grows roots and is here for like years and years to come.
And again, who knows? Good American is a name that could venture off to men or children or whatever. But I’m just excited to see where that goes. And it’s absolutely outrageous the positive reaction we’ve gotten. And it’s so, it just makes me like so proud and excited and like, it’s… I’m just so happy. But it is like I’m dreaming. So I’m excited just to baby this a little bit, and then see where it goes.
Rule number ten is my personal favorite, and I’d love to know which one you guys like the best.
Khloe Kardashian’s Rules
- Do Something Authentic
- Have A Good Work Ethic
- Love Yourself From Within
- Take Baby Steps
- Stand For Something
- Ignore The Naysayers
- Make Lifestyle Changes
- Learn From Your Mistakes
- Make Yourself Happy
- Work Hard (Evan’s Favorite Rule for an Entrepreneur Mindset).
I hope you enjoyed this article, make sure to check my Khloe Kardashian video on his Top 10 Rules For Success as well.