The Confidence Class
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 create The Confidence Class.
Confidence is the foundation of leadership. If you don’t believe in your abilities, how can you inspire others to trust you?
One of the most important qualities a flight attendant can possess is the ability to persuade others and inspire them to trust her. This trust will make boarding go more smoothly because your instructions will be followed with less resistance. It will make delays and irregular operations easier to handle because your passengers will believe you are really doing everything you can to help them. And the trust your passengers have in you will save lives when you are shouting evacuation commands, assigning lifesaving duties at the scene of a crash, or enlisting help during an onboard emergency.
To be a good flight attendant, you must exude confidence that inspires others to trust you. This doesn’t mean you are never anxious, scared, or nervous. It means that you remain competent and capable while feeling these things.
I designed the Confidence Class for three reasons:
- I know that there are real actions you can take to help yourself become more confident.
- I want you to be your very best self at your next interview and reach your flight attendant goals.
- I believe that one day you will be in a place to make a life or death difference. I know you have what it takes and I want you to have the confidence to act quickly.
The recording contains all three sections of instruction and lasts about an hour and a half. You will also receive the worksheets when you purchase The Confidence Class.
Click here to get started feeling more confident with The Confidence Class for $20.
The Confidence Class is divided into three parts and each part has a worksheet that goes along with it. The worksheet is designed to help you retain the training material as well as do a little soul searching. You may want to keep your worksheets handy even after you have completed the training because it will be the perfect place to make notes as you implement your new confidence practices.
Part 1 is called Talk It Up and will teach you the power of your thoughts and how you can change your thinking for the better.
Part 2 is Take a Stand and is all about the power of your body language to influence your feelings and even your hormones!
Part 3 is Take Control and this session is the most practical of them all. I will offer tangible next steps for you to take that will move you closer to your flight attendant goals.
I honestly feel like this is one of my most powerful teachings and I know this class can help.
The last time I taught The Confidence Class, I received this feedback after session 3 and it still means a lot to me:
I swear to God I’ll watch this video a thousand times until I get to an interview (specially the “English as a second language” part!) thank you so much! I keep thinking about interviewers judging my accent or me being blocked by my fear and forgetting the words, etc I feel super special and super skilled now
I know you’ll love The Confidence Class, too. Thank you for allowing me to share what I’ve learned with you.
This class is born out of 5 years of working one on one with aspiring flight attendants and hearing from them how much they struggle with remaining cool, calm, and collected during the interview process.
I know you will leave this training feeling more self-assured and more confident.
I can’t wait to see you graduation picture: confident and ready!