5 FEARS THAT BLOCK YOU FROM BECOMING A CABIN CREW

5 FEARS THAT BLOCK YOU FROM BECOMING A CABIN CREW

You have that dream in your pocket.

You wish to see the whole world and have that amazing posh lifestyle.

But something is holding you back? Fear from unknown, fear from failure, fear from not being good enough? Let’s see what are the possible thoughts you may have about applying for the job of cabin crew and how to get pass them:

1. “I don’t fit beauty standards to be a steward/stewardess.”

There are no beauty standards to be able to do this job. You should be of neat presentation and have your character at your sleeve, with other important traits recruiters search for. I talk more about this in my e book. Physical looks are not one of them so don’t worry about it.

2.” I have never done this job.”

Most of the companies don’t look for people who have done it before. They will completely train you for the type of aircraft they fly on. And you have the same chance to pass the selection as those who have experience in it.

3. “I am not tall enough”.

There is no certain height rule that you have to fulfill, you just have to be able to reach 212cm with your hand fingers (it’s ok to be on your toes).

4. “I have never flown before.”

Not even this is important for the company. Even if you never flew before, you will easily get used to it, and airplane will become a place you feel like at home.

5. “I am scared of living out of my country.”

Take the whole experience with an open mind, and a positive attitude. It can bring you so much in all aspects of life.

So, break the mental blocks your own brain tries to trick you with, and apply for that airline you dream of!

Your life can change in a way you never dreamed of only if you manage to set yourself free from all the fears you created yourself. The world can be yours!

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