The most famous family in the world is definitely the Kardashian-Jenner clan, and the matriarch of the family has grown into a very successful woman. She is their children’s manager, and she is amongst those responsible for the outstanding influence and popularity the family has today.
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The momager used to be a flight attendant, but after marrying Robert Kardashian, she decided to stay home and raise the children. After the divorce, she went on to marry Bruce Jenner, and that is when her manager days began.
She aided Bruce in getting his career growth, and when Kim Kardashian got some popularity, and with their reality series, Kris Jenner ended up being a momager for everyone. The momager has some tips on how to become successful, and one of the things she said is to ‘’take care of yourself.’’ “Get a lot of sleep, and really take care of yourself. I think the more that I work out, and stay strong, and stretch and do all the things that they’ve been telling me to do for decades, the stronger I feel so, the better I work.”
Her girls have often talked about the Kris ways, and Kourtney stated once, “We don’t take no for an answer. My mom always taught us, ‘If you hear the answer no, you’re asking the wrong person.’”