In June 6, 1944, the Western Allies launched a beachhead invasion to regain control of France from the Germans. This was the Normandy Invasion otherwise known as D-Day or Operation Overlord. Everything was against the allies in terms of terrain, weapons, position, and weather conditions. They were up against the Nazi's MG-42 machine gun that can fire 1,200 rounds per minute.
The Germans were located in a Fortress called the Atlantic Wall armed with artillery, 380mm guns, and MG-42 machine guns. In front of the Atlantic Wall is Normandy Beach with landing craft obstructions, barbed wire, mines, pill boxes, and spikes. The weather that time was stormy and the allies faced sea sickness while transversing the English Channel. Upon landing at the beach of Normandy, where they faced heavy gunfire, artillery rounds, mines, and obstacles, the allies simply had no other option but to fight. It is either they fight or die. Despite the odds, the allies were victorious in taking out the Germans, all because of human spirit. They did not have an option B which was to retreat. They simply had no other choice but to fight. No option.
Sadly, this is why some cabin crew aspirants never see their dream of becoming a cabin crew, they have options. They have fall backs. "Oh if I cannot become a cabin crew, I'll just work in the corporate world." "Oh, incase I don't get to fly, it's okay, at least I tried. I'll just apply somewhere else." Options! They kill our burning desire to really push ourselves to turn our cabin crew dream into a reality. Yes, people will tell you to be on the safe side by having options or choices aside from becoming a cabin crew just so you have a fallback. Guess what, having an option or fallback is what actually kills that spirit in you to really push and push yourself harder to become a cabin crew.
Here is a suggestion. How bad do you want to become a cabin crew? How bad do you believe that this one is really for you? If you do believe and you 101% believe that you are meant for this, then pursue your flight attendant dream as though there is no other option or choice in this world for you but that. Try to put in mind that if you do not make it to become a cabin crew, you will "die".
It is simply like drowning. When you are in the middle of deep water, you have no choice but to fight yourself way up in order to breath. If you don't you will die. There is simply no option.
Pursue your cabin crew dream like there is no other option or choice in this world. Yes you may be facing rejections but see them as an opportunity to improve yourself and be better. Listen to advice. Work hard to improve yourself. Be diligent in applying as every experience will eventually turn into a good lesson for you. When you push for your cabin crew dream like there is no other option or choice in this world, watch how your spirit takes over until next thing you know, there you are, right on the stage, earning your wings.
Just like the Western Allies during the Normandy Invasion in 1944, push for your goals as though there is no other option for you but to fight and win. Nothing is impossible for as long as you put your heart in it.