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Of all the things that you take with you to your flight attendant interview, confidence is the most important.
The good news is that confidence is a feeling, so it won't take up any room in your roll-aboard but it can be a bit tricky to "unpack" when it's needed.
But in all seriousness, confidence, or maybe I should say the lack of confidence, is the most common culprit when it comes to TBNTs.
You know you have what it takes to be an amazing flight attendant; you're kind and caring, focused on helping others and keeping them safe.
You know you would do a good job if an airline would just give you a shot.
Does this sound familiar? Then you might be lacking in confidence during your interview.
Confidence is more than just being sure of yourself or being skilled at self-promotion.
Confidence is the foundation of leadership.
Confidence inspires others to trust you.
Confidence allows you to cut through the noise and...
I am a big believer in dreams. And I believe that if you have a desire and passion to become a flight attendant, then becoming a flight attendant is what you are meant to do. I don't think we are given dreams accidentally. (Ps. 37:4) I know your dream was given to you for a reason!
That being said, timing is everything. Take a moment to consider the questions below and let them help you decide if it's time for the next step.
4 Questions to Help You Discover Whether or Not You’re a Good Flight Attendant Candidate:
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And now that the baby is eating a bit of baby food and sleeping through the night, I have the flexibility to start chasing my next dreams.
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Even though it is usually less expensive and easier for our family to fly because my husband works for an airline, from time to time we decide to stay on the ground and take a road trip. This weekend we are headed up to the Greenville, SC area to visit the Hollywild Animal Park. At about a 3 hour and 45 minute drive, road tripping to Hollywild makes more sense than flying.
This is not our first road trip with toddlers. We have driven to Florida several times and I even made the 9 hour drive to Nashville all by myself once.
For the most part, our trips have been pretty easy. I don’t stress about the details, but I am thoughtful when it comes to preparation. Here are four tips that have made a huge difference in...