Bruce Jenner may embark on a new career as a motivational speaker.

The 65-year-old, who has revealed to the world that he is transitioning into a woman, may also reinvent himself professionally, UsWeekly reports.

Following his success as an athlete in the 70s, the reality star had a lucrative career as a motivational coach making up to $5000 an event. In recent years too he has been invited to speak at public events.

It's expected that, following the largely positive reaction to his ABC interview with Diane Sawyer, he is keen to address in a public forum, his personal battles with his identity and shed light on the process that he has undergone in his journey to becoming a woman.

"It was very lucrative for him in the past," an insider told the publication. "Now he has a whole new audience."

Over 17 million people tuned into the emotional 20/20 special with Diane Sawyer. The public reaction was overwhelmingly positive, with Jenner being hailed a hero by his family and champion for the transgender community around the world.

It was revealed earlier that Jenner will carry out his transformation by this summer, when he intends to present himself to the world as a woman for the first time.

"Around summertime "Bruce" will be no more," a family source told People magazine. "He will be she."

During the interview he revealed he is yet to undergo further surgeries for his full transition. Jenner is already believed to have undergone breast augmentation, a third nose job, jaw surgery and changes to his cheekbones and forehead.

The TV icon has also been taking female hormones for nearly two years. "He's looking like the woman he's always wanted to be," added a source.

Jenner is already reportedly living life as a woman behind closed doors and regularly hosts ' girls parties' where he wears women's clothes and make up and paints his nails.

The Kardashian patriarch said he had been living a lie for thirty years and couldn't keep the secret any longer. "To all extents and purposes, I am a woman," he said.

If he does indeed embark on a new career as a motivational speaker, the former Olympian will do so as a woman.