Get Your Cabin Crew Dreams Soaring Once More!
Here are our top tips to help you get your Cabin Crew dreams soaring once more
Do you want to get your Cabin Crew dreams soaring again? With everything going on this past year it’s completely understandable that your enthusiasm might have waned – there’s been so much change and uncertainty.
Don’t worry – we’re here to help! Here are our top tips to help you get your Cabin Crew dreams soaring once more.
Write it Down!.
Why did you want to become Cabin Crew in the first instance? What was it that attracted you to the role and to the career?
Write a list! Writing things down is incredibly powerful. If you find it hard to start, just try writing down three things you love about the role. We guarantee that by the time you’ve written down three you’ll have thought of more!
Submerge yourself in the subject!
Read every web page or blog you can about being crew. Hop on YouTube and watch some crew videos, download some eBooks!
The more you read, the more you’ll feel your passion for the career grow. There are some incredibly inspiring blogs and channels out there, and don’t forget crew and aviation themed podcasts!
There’s a side benefit to this too – finding out all you can about the role and your dream airline could really pay off in the interview stage! The recruitment team are always impressed when candidates have made the effort to do their homework.
Watch out for any ‘Energy Vampires’
Do you have people in your life, whether friends or family, that belittle your career dreams? This can have an incredibly negative impact on your state of mind.
Try to avoid spending too much time in their company if it’s affecting your confidence and mood or avoid talking about the subject of career goals. Remember you’re perfectly within your rights to politely say you’d rather not continue a conversation that’s bringing you down!
Find people that share the same dreams
If you find people (perhaps through Cabin Crew online groups or forums) who are as passionate about the career as you, this can really give you a boost.
Connecting with like minded individuals means you can share advice and experiences, support each other, and help each other out when you’re having a confidence lapse or finding things difficult.
Take steps to make your dream a reality – when you’re one step closer to achieving your goals your enthusiasm will surge!
This could include taking a crew-related online course, completing a first aid qualification, or even practical things that will help you in the recruitment process like improving your fitness or swimming, or gaining relevant experience through volunteering or part-time work.