Kendall Jenner considers herself a ''workaholic'' and doesn't mind the ''early call times and long hours on set'' that her job requires her to do.
Kendall Jenner is a ''workaholic''.
The 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star is only happy to deal with the ''early call times and long hours on set'' that her job requires.
Writing on her app, she shared: ''I'm definitely still on my path, but I'm proud of everything that my hard work has gotten me! It's not just about being a workaholic (which I am!), though ... I've always been my authentic self.
''When people force things, their real self has to eventually come out, so why not just start there? ... I've never let go of my self-discipline. Being a professional model means early call times and long hours on set, which means there's not always room for play.''
Meanwhile, the 20-year-old model previously revealed she likes to zone out by deleting her social media accounts from time to time.
She said: ''It was the first time we had ever been to this beautiful place, and we were sitting in a car. I was just zoning out, taking it all in. And Kylie wouldn't put her phone down.
''I'm like, 'That's so crazy to me that you're not experiencing this.' That was the moment it kind of clicked for me. And I didn't like it. So sometimes I delete Instagram or Twitter or Snapchat off my phone for a couple days.''
However, social media can be full of negativity for Kendall and she tries to ignore the comments because she doesn't want to put herself in that ''position''.
She explained: ''I don't read anything of that nature. If you put yourself in that position, you're not going to be happy.
''I think that for us, we kind of grew up with fame. We've grown up around it our entire lives, so we kind of understood what it was a bit. So I think that that helped a lot, for the point we're at now. I think that helped a tonne.''
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