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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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The single best thing you can do for your flight attendant career

Wondering why some find their dream jobs or live an epic adventure? In this blog, find out the essential investment YOU can make that will allow you to soar.

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All things new…

A Corporate Flight Attendant’s thoughts on goal setting, dreams, and trusting the process even if the outcome is uncertain.

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Long Distance Relationships are an experience. Then, add a Global Pandemic.

Long distance relationships in a global pandemic seem impossible, but this will surprise you.

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Pack Your Patience – COVID-19 Impact Recovery in Business Aviation

‘Flight Attendant Life’ guest contributor, Scott D. Arnold, focuses on the impact and affect COVID-19 has had on business aviation and a corporate flight attendant’s career.

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“Before a Work Trip:” Truths of being a corporate flight attendant

Navigating the unknowns and unpredictability of corporate aviation and working on private jets.

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The Importance of Mentoring in an Aviation Career

The importance of mentors and mentees as a corporate flight attendant in business aviation.

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Dream Jobs Don’t Last Forever.

Questions on fear, failing, love, and belonging in ‘Flight Attendant Life.’

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How I went from minimum wage to earning six-figures as a corporate flight attendant

I thought I had made the biggest mistake— leaving my job as an international cabin crew member to…literally nothing. I left without a job lined up, without savings to fall back on, AND without

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The Hustle Sold Separately

“The dream is free. The hustle is sold separately.” —Tyrese Gibson Becoming a corporate flight attendant taught me a lot about myself. I’ve learned that I’m tougher than I imagined,

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