This is your moment💛

This is your moment. Not the past, not the future. You are not lost. You are not lacking. You are loved.

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5 Things I wish I cried less about (as a flight attendant)

What I learned as a flight attendant navigating career turbulence, f*boys, and falling in love. P.S. Corporate Flight Attendant catering fiascos are usually funny in retrospect.

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Private Jet Flight Attendant to Work From Home Job

Will I ever love a job again like I did ‘Flight Attendant Life?’…  To be honest, I don’t know. 

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Why Do Flight Attendants On Private Jets Pay For Their Own Training?

PART 5 in Scott D Arnold’s series about business aviation, corporate flight attendants, and private jet cabin training.  

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Hold The Line. Do Not fly?

What do you do when you are faced with two bad choices: Do what you don’t agree with or lose what you care about or love?

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Is Business Aviation Compromising the ‘Justification of the Third Crew Member?’

Scott Arnold, in Part 4 of ‘Name Game Series’ business aviation, cabin safety, and the danger of placing more importance on soft-skills over safety.

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THE NAME GAME – Part 3: The Rise of Misinformation for Cabin Safety Training – CFR Part 142 and the G550EC

Corporate Flight Attendant and consultant, Scott D. Arnold peels back the layers in cabin safety training.

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The Name Game: CABIN SAFETY TRAINING BRANDING IN BUSINESS AVIATION

The stigmas from over-branding yourself with a training vendor’s identity and stating you are “certified” By Scott D. Arnold; Sājet Solutions In my previous blog, The Name Game for Business

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Shunvaccinated

I sit at dinner with acquaintances. For over an hour, a person at the table went on and on about how stupid people are who won’t get vaccinated and, ‘What are they thinking?’ The person continues

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The Expectation [of a flight attendant]

Expectations are a part of life and a significant part of private aviation. What expectations do you have of ‘Flight Attendant Life’

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