Many of us dream of becoming a cabin crew but are afraid to even apply because of doubts and fears. We’ll never know until we try, right? Sometimes, we’ll have to try several times before we know whether a dream is for us or when it’s time to have a new dream. We just have to keep trying.
Below is Grace’s story of overcoming doubts and just keep going for it.
Following My Dream Of Becoming A Cabin Crew
My dream of becoming a cabin crew has never been easy. But once I started this dream, I built on it.
No doubt, I had my share of insecurities. How could a 5-foot-2-inches (158 cm) skinny girl like me with a morena (brown) skin color ever be able to walk in an airport pulling a trolley while wearing that prestigious uniform of a cabin crew?
However, I never stop believing that a simple girl like me could be a cabin crew someday. I realized that it isn’t all about the physical appearance. It’s about character and attitude also. That belief led me to who and where I am today.
I’ve been flying for over 6 years now and I’m currently hold the position of a Lead flight attendant!
Nothing is impossible until you believe it is. Don’t let your insecurities or lack of confidence stop you from becoming what you’ve always wanted to be.
Believe and summon the courage to set aside your fears and doubts. Always trust yourself and, of course, pray.
“There is only one thing that makes a dream impossible to achieve: the fear of failure.”
― Paulo Coelho
“Without fear there cannot be courage.”
― Christopher Paolini
This article was submitted by Grace Lunar who is currently a lead flight attendant for FlyNas.