I would like to start this topic with a question to make you trigger your mind: What kind of learner you are? Do you need to first read a lot before you practice something, do you need to see something one time and you already are confident in trying? Do you need a lot of practice before you say that you are able to do something? How long it took for you to specialize in something? And in that SOMETHING I have asked you, have you thought about yourself and found WHO ARE YOU in first place? What are your goals and perceptions, what makes you go to bed happy every night, what annoy you and WHAT DO YOU WANNA BECOME? Have you established goals in your life, are they short term, long term, where do you see yourself, WHAT DO YOU WANT FOR YOURSELF? What are you values, how your behavior affects others?
I am sorry, ladies and gentlemen, I have asked a lot of questions but had to point the focus on a point that’s more important than anything we talk and that point is YOU. We often related ourselves to others and that is completely fine. I also do that but what I do the most is I explore the developmental background of people I admire, relate to or simply wanna know about.
In the following video I have given few examples to help you discover and bring the right decision on what you should study in order to become a cabin crew.
Also I have spoken about the MOST IMPORTANT SKILL that aspiring Cabin Crew should posses. All in this video will be a Turing point for you, I am very sure in that. Last but not least, share your feadback with me and all your comments!
Sincerely yours, @excrewnextcrew by Julia George