Written by Mond Ortiz
Whether you say you will be a cabin crew or not, you are right! So if you say you will soon be a flight attendant, you are right! If you say you are too shy to be a cabin crew, well, you are right! If you say though "I will be a cabin crew soon", accompany them with action. God will answer your cabin crew prayers if only He sees you working hard to turn your cabin crew dream into a reality.
Some people want to win the lottery, but they do not want to step out to buy a ticket. Some say they want to be successful in their careers but are lazy to get off bed on time.
As you see, becoming a flight attendant is not just about declaring it. It is about accompanying it with hard core action and persistence. First of all, the road to becoming a cabin crew has no room for those who expect to be spoonfed. You really have to go out and take action. Your first call to action is knowing the job of a cabin crew and reading all about it. This is very important as you have to really know why you want to be a cabin crew and if this is really for you. Go check out our articles on this website and vlogs on our YouTube channel Flyhigh Manila TV. We have so much information there for you to really help you understand the flight of a cabin crew.
Your second call to action is to go out, search and apply, Do not wait for others to feed you information. You have to go to airline websites, or you may also check the cabin crew job openings we post on this site. Then you have to go out and apply. Go to open days. Submit your resume and attend the airline assessment day. The only way for you to learn is to go out there.
Third call to action is to learn from mistakes and to always improve. Whether you make it on the first shot or not, you always have to work hard and improve. If you face rejection during your interview day, know why and make adjustments.
So always remember that a declaration of "I will soon be a cabin crew" is nothing if action is not taken. Have benchmark results too. The "perfect timing" for you to take action in becoming a cabin crew is NOW, and not tomorrow, or ever.
Good luck future cabin crew!