Kim Kardashian West hints that she might be making a major career change.
In a promo clip for Sunday's finale of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, which was taped prior to Kim's robbery in Paris, the 36-year-old reality star helps her mother, Kris Jenner, plan a work trip for Kylie Jenner to Australia, and appears quite good at lining everything up.
"I've joked a lot that I could be my sisters' manager better than my mom could be," Kim admits. "I think I do give a lot of creative input, and I know they, like, listen."
It's clear that the mother of two has thought a lot about becoming a manager. "I feel like could totally handle this," she adds.
These new professional aspirations come months after Kim told the Editorialist that she was the one responsible for her family's success and not her 61-year-old mother. "It's so funny, because I'll hear stories like, 'Kris Jenner is the puppet master, having all of her kids do this and that,' and I'm like, 'If they only knew,'" she said. "I'm the one that will be like, 'Kylie, do this. Kendall, you should do this.'"
Kim added, "I love when I get the chance to talk about the business side of my life, because it plays a HUGE role in what I do every day."
Since the robbery last month, fans have only been able to keep up with Kim on her family's reality show, with the exception of a few website and social media posts shared by her friends and siblings.
However, a source close to the Kardashians tells ET that Kim is "definitely ready to start getting back to her normal life, little by little," though she's not exactly "craving the spotlight."
"She's taking it day by day and isn't pushing it," the source adds. "She went through a very traumatic experience and it definitely put a lot of things in perspective for her."