If you want to be a cabin crew, you need to take the first steps

Do not be afraid of rejection; it is the only way to grow and improve. Experience is the best teacher there is in this world.

It’s not only about wishing. If you want to be a cabin crew in the future, you must also take action, and that entails taking the first few steps. Always remember that the journey to a thousand miles begins with a single step. So what steps am I talking about?

“Mond, I am reading your articles. I have completed my resume. I now smile a lot. Isn’t this already the first step?” Well, here are the actual first steps toward your cabin crew dream. The first step is to commit to becoming a cabin crew member regardless of what happens.

Commit yourself to be a cabin crew

This is the first thing you must do. You must commit to becoming a cabin crew member. It is not enough to tell yourself, “I will be a flight attendant no matter what,” but you must also commit to making changes, taking constructive criticism constructively, not giving up despite rejections, making time to be a better version of yourself, always practicing, learning more about the job of a flight attendant, and so on. A commitment necessitates action, which leads to the second and most crucial step.

Take action. Go out and apply.

You will never know unless you go out there and apply to various airlines. Your journey to a thousand miles will never begin unless you first take the first few steps. “Mond, what airlines are hiring?” Please start with number one. Finding out which airlines are hiring is a part of the second step.

Photo: Gary Sato

I do post schedules of airlines that are hiring, and it is your role to read them. I am  here to help you, but I can only do so much. The most part of it will really depend on you and the actions you will take.

Do not be afraid of rejection; it is the only way to grow and improve. Experience is the best teacher there is in this world.

The first steps are the most important because failing to do so will turn your cabin crew dream into a pipe dream. Regardless of what others say, you will never know unless you go out, try, and take action.

You’ll never know unless you try. So go out there and make your cabin crew dream a reality. Make the first move. They are the most crucial.

They will strengthen your resolve to become a cabin crew member, especially if progress is made along the way.

Source: Mondo Ritz

 

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