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The Confidence Class

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  Do you struggle with answering interview clients in the heat of the moment? Do you think about what you’re going to say, brainstorm your best answers, and then as soon as the video interview begins to record, all your confidence flies out the window? Do you struggle to complete a cohesive sentence, much less smile and shine?   If you are answering, “Yes!” to these questions, you are not alone. One of the most common concerns I address with my coaching clients is their lack of confidence. These conversations are what inspired me to...

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Focus On: STAR Format

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One of the most popular styles of interview question you will be challenged with during a flight attendant interview are questions requiring you to answer using the STAR Format.   STAR format questions are the ones where they ask you tell them a story. For example “Tell me about a time you had a disagreement with a manager. How did you handle it and what was the result?”Although STAR Format questions are not then only type of interview question you will encounter, it is a very important part of the interview.What is the STAR method?Even...

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Get Your Foot in the Door: Resume and Keywords

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You know that saying, “You never get a second chance to make a first impression”? It is so true when comes to the resume for a flight attendant candidate. Unlike other jobs, where you can go into an office and meet with a hiring manager, or have a friend put in a good word for you, flight attendant candidates all start out on a very level playing field where they are asked to apply through a website and submit a resume that will either open a door for them to move forward, or move them into the “we’ve decided to pursue...

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Free 4-Part Interview Skills Training

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  http://flightattendantcareerconnection.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/ripl_video_1518119932271.mp4 Join Abbie Unger LIVE in the Flight Attendant Career Connection Facebook group as she teaches a free interview skills training beginning Sunday 2/11. This class uses the FACC Workbook as a textbook and will cover four different styles of interview questions: Personality questions Onboard situation questions “Tell me what you think” questions STAR format questions (Yes! Free training on the infamous STAR format.) The free training will be...

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Southwest Intensive

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Purchase the class recording here—>  Do you have your sights set on joining the LUV airline? Are you dreaming of a pair of wings with heart? Is Southwest Airlines your #1 goal for 2018?  Then this 90-minute, live, online intensive was designed for you. Did you know… Southwest is known for hiring for personality and attitude, then training for skill. So what does that really mean for you? It means you need to be as knowledgeable and passionate about the Southwest culture as Southwest is! (It also means you can charm them with your...

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Chateau Chamonix: Mountain Resorts’ Finest in SBS

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  It’s never too soon to start planning your next trip!  I’ve been doing some research on Colorado resorts and this one looks amazing! Plus, they are offering a coupon code for booking early! “Introducing Chateau Chamonix, Mountain Resorts’ finest Ski-in/ski-out vacation property in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Chateau Chamonix offers the ultimate convenience of ski-in/ski-out accommodations. Sitting directly on the slopes of Steamboat’s Mt Werner, Chateau Chamonix is the ideal location for a Rocky Mountains...

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Complete List of the Best Books for Flight Attendants

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Complete List of the Best Books for Flight Attendants

A few years ago, I was working at Yankee Candle in MEM and all the time I would hear a funny little saying from my customers. They would say, “You can never have too many candles or too many books.” I’m not from MEM, so I’m not sure if this is a local thing, but I love this quote. I love to read. In fact, that is one of the things I miss the most about flying: free time to read! (I hung up my wings about 6 years ago to stay home with my three small children.) As a flight attendant, it is not unusual to end up with hours of free time spend...

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Feeling Lost? Well, No Path is Straight!

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Feeling Lost? Well, No Path is Straight!

This article first appeared in the monthly email newsletter. Join the list here: http://eepurl.com/cRfxNX     Dreams are a funny thing, you know? As you pursue them, they can take you down paths you never thought you would follow or paths you didn’t even know existed. I talk with people all the time who end up at an airline that that wasn’t their first choice and they realize now that they are exactly where they should be. In fact, I ran into a flight attendant a few days ago that I hadn’t seen in six years. The two of us had worked...

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How You Can Help Keep FACC Great

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How You Can Help Keep FACC Great

Thank you again for being a part of Flight Attendant Career Connection! Did you know this community has help 1000’s of people achieve their dreams and land a job as a flight attendant? FACC would not be what it is without the support of its members. Here are a few way you can help keep FACC a safe, vibrant, encouraging, and helpful resource for aspiring and current flight attendants. Make a donation Buy a travel coffee mug (they are amazing) One for $20 or a 2 pack for $30 includes shipping! One for $20  Two for $30 Buy a workbook Book...

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4 Questions to Find Out if You Are a Good Flight Attendant Candidate

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Adapted from the FACC newsletter. Sign up here. Are you are foot-loose and fancy free to come and go as you please? Maybe you’re an empty nester or maybe you are young and unattached but either way, the ability to relocate after training and the freedom to drop everything and fly are a sure fire sign you should at least look into this career. If you aren’t that unencumbered, that’s ok… you’ll need a support system and a game plan, but you can still make this happen. Do you need your own bed, pillow, sheets, dog, partner, noise make, or time...

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