So You Want to Become a Flight Attendant

So You Want to Become a Flight Attendant

So you’re thinking about becoming a flight attendant. And wondering what it takes to get hired or accepted. Should I enroll in a flight attendant school or program to get a pilot’s license? Should you go to business school and learn to be a corporate flight attendant? It looks like college has a lot to offer in adult education.

Adult education generally means getting a bachelor’s degree or an associate’s degree. The programs vary widely from state to state. Most states require that you be at least 18 to enroll. Some states, such as Florida, may allow you to register as a student while advancing your education with an adult education program. It is a route that should investigate before enrollment.

Suppose you are thinking of earning a bachelor’s degree or associate’s degree. Educational requirements are very light compared to earning a bachelor’s degree. Many programs can complete in a year or less. It does not mean that you have to attend college all day.

Become a Flight Attendant

Many of us have been high school or college students and have seen it. Courses are a little more relaxed and accessible to make honest mistakes. But we all have this dream to go somewhere in that nice car. Consider moving away from campus life to work somewhere where we don’t have to worry about getting that paper made every day.

How about your dream of getting away from being at work all day? I dreamed of quitting my job after high school and moving to a foreign destination. I never cared about how long it would take to get there or how much money I would need to earn. I just wanted to getaway. Today, I get the same dream, except I cannot find somewhere to drive out every day. If I must work, I make a little more money and enjoy my life more.

If getting away from work and missing campus life is the goal, the car can take you there. My friend, you are dreamers just like I am. Your dreams are there all the time. Your inner critic is probably hamming away at all kinds of objections. Like this:

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“You’re tardy for the umpteenth time. You can’t possibly get hired. You don’t have enough skills and experience. I feel bothered when you are late. Why do you have such a bad attitude?”

I have no problem with these objections. Each of them is as much a part of life as is a paying job. Each is a gesture of submission to the requirement of the dream. But, what is the goal? Walk outside and look at the space. There is nothing there. So, what is it that draws your attention?

If you are honest with yourself, you know that the emptiness is lacking in your life because of the lack of a critical component, the missing link of yes/no. It is what I see as the unfulfilling component in life. Without dissatisfaction, people cannot accomplish a task or learn a lesson. One cannot enjoy knowledge because there is no need to know. Basic law principles, strategy, or competence cannot be applied to circumstances because there is no challenge or risk.

Knowledge Plus Nothingness

There is nothing that the current American public does not know. I don’t know what it’s like to live without hope. They don’t know what failure is and don’t know what success is for a job. They do not understand that what is not there is reduced and avoided.

Such a person would have no reason to pursue or pursue the experience of daily life. It is certainly not a practical way to experience and grow. It is a more detailed search than a suitable path.

Would it not make more sense to walk the path of daily living and learn this path’s requirements by actually doing it? It is practical, easy, comfortable, productive, and time-saving, a unique talent through hard work, efficient actions, and positive thinking. Is there no point in following the path of daily life by gaining a potential audience? It is undoubtedly time-saving and undoubtedly economical.

Everyday activities, even when successful, carry an inner meaning, a meaning beyond theSummit and minimize the stress level.

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