Last but not least , the final part of this FA Trilogy; the joyful moments of a flight attendant's job.
Sure, there gonna be some difficulties through the way and sacrifices that have to be made - but hey, this post will give you 5 inspiring reasons to seriously consider about joining aviation.
Through it all you'll get the most important lessons of your life; to open your mind, be positive to new experiences and cultures, explore fascinating, uncharted waters and at the end, pass your final exam at the school of the world with flying colors. Even if you do not have the opportunity to relocate, through the course of your career you will get in touch with so many and so diverse types of people, you'll already be living a life out of the ordinary.
Let's be honest, love and passion for your job is crucial - especially to overcome all its difficulties and accept the sacrifices that have to be made. By practicing discipline, respect and politeness at your work life, you'll see a great difference in your personal life too.
You'll have the chance to explore by yourself, move around by yourself and ultimately know your own limits and grow your very own survival instincts. At the end of the day, you'll feel free to make your own life as you wish it to be - and do it anywhere in the world.
Through these all, balance will find its way to your life. After you've experienced freedom and independence, it'll be time to settle. Nobody wants to be forever alone, after all. Don't worry though, your training as a flight attendant will provide you with the inner balance you need to move on. All these combined - freedom, independence and balance - will be another piece of joy to the puzzle.
Same applies to aviation; whether you choose to become a flight attendant or you don't. If you do choose it, do it wisely based on your own reasons. There is no talking objectively about this profession, as it affects different aspects of each person's life - this job description comes with a life description that complicates things rather than clear them up.
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