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Kim Kardashian Talks To Harvard Business School Students About Her Talent: “I Didn’t Know I Needed One”

Kim Kardashian addresses students at Harvard Business School (Photo Credit – Instagram)

Reality TV star Kim Kardashian spoke about her burgeoning business empire at a lecture at Harvard Business School. She talked to students about her own experiences in business.

One of the students, Liz, then told NBC4 Boston, “I think a lot of people don’t respect her as someone who co-owns a billion-dollar company,” femalefirst.co.uk reports.

Kim Kardashian was seen leaving Harvard Business School and getting into a waiting SUV after the lecture.

But before she left, Kim told reporters that she loved the city of Boston and waved to some of the students as she waited.

Kim Kardashian had previously claimed that she doesn’t care what people think of her.

She hit back at her critics, arguing that her talent lies in “marketing and the business behind selling products.”

When asked about her talents and the key to her success, Kim Kardashian explained, “I thought, ‘Well, we’ve got a TV show.’ But just because we’re not singing and dancing and acting on the show doesn’t mean the fame didn’t come from there.

“But then I’d write that as a hashtag, not bad for a girl with no talent, because people used to say, ‘Well, what do you do? What’s your talent?’ And I’m like, ‘I didn’t know I needed one.’”

“I mean, I can give you a million goddamn talents. I can cook well, use my toes for everything. I could tell you the weirdest f****** s*** on the planet. But I think my talent is marketing and the business behind selling products and knowing what the customer wants and making it feel achievable but also a bit unattainable at the same time.

“I wouldn’t say that’s a talent. I think it’s a bit of magic and business sense. Maybe it’s talent, I don’t know.”

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