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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...