Kim Kardashian defends her life's work: "Just try it. I dare you"

Kim Kardashian promotes her book, "Selfish," at Barnes & Noble on May 5, 2015, in New York.

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Try -- just try -- to keep up with Kim Kardashian.

In an interview with "Access Hollywood," the reality star and self-promotion queen dares her critics to find the kind of success that she has, and obliquely threatens to block haters from her social media for spewing their resentment.

"I get more fed up with questions like -- I was travelling recently and I was doing a press day and people were like, 'How do you feel when people say what do you do?' And I'm like, I'm here working aren't I? Like, I'm here to promote something," Kardashian asserted.

"I said, 'Hey why don't you do this -- tell someone else that you think can do it. Tell them to do everything that I've done in my career and see if they end up where I'm at,'" she added. "Try it. Just try it. I dare you."

Kardashian's career highlights include her reality shows, clothing line, perfume and other endorsement deals, as well as her massive social media following.

Attesting to her worth ethic, Kardashian hinted that she and her family have no plans to slow down and will continue on with "Keeping Up With the Kardashians."

"Every time we're like, 'Okay, our contracts are up... we're not exciting, there's nothing to share,' and then there are things where we feel like there has got to be other people going through what we're going through and why don't we just continue doing it while we're having fun," she explained. "It's still fun."