Sunday, December 25, 2011

My last advice and tip for 2011 before we welcome 2012

First of all would like to wish each and every one of you Merry Christmas. 2011 is coming to an end and I guess it has been a fantastic year for those of you who have managed to achieve your dreams and start a career in the airline industry.

Would like to give you all a tip before we wrap up the year. Have you notice that whenever you want something in life, you always think about yourself only and not the other party.It’s only all about your own success, your dreams or whatever your priority is.

I am sure you heard of the phrase “ no one owe you a living “ and you may realise that sometimes when you ask for help, no one bother to help you and you wonder why.

Let’s put something that you are pursuing on hold and think for a second. Before you think about yourself, you might want to consider what you can do to benefit others.

Let me give you an example. You attend an interview/open day and make new friends. You approach them and start telling them about your goals, how you wish to travel round the world as a crew or hope to get whatever tips from them. Then you ask them to help you. 

Do you think he/she will help you?
Or if you are in business, you have a great idea, how are you going to help your business partner achieve more money first before you ask for their help.

It has to be a “win win situation”. Try to help/contribute to others even when you don’t need them. I am sure you have friends who have never contacted you at all and they only do so when they need your help.

It’s very natural for human to think about themselves only but the other person may have the same thinking too. So it’s important that you change your mindset then think of what you can do for other people in order to get what you want.

It’s almost impossible to achieve everything on your own. Maybe you can but you’ll be drained or feel exhausted. Almost everything we do in life, somewhere down the road we always need the help from others or the need to work in a team to achieve our goals.

For example, normally there will be group discussion in an interview session and you always grab the opportunity to talk and leave little chance for others to present their views. You try to stand out and grab all the attention for yourself and neglect the rest. Then you were told that you were not successful and you start to wonder why you failed when you thought you did a great job. Pretty obvious right?
So whether you want to become a pilot, cabin crew or any of your chosen career, do take note of my tip above. I hope you learn something from this post and trust me, when you learn to help and think about others, whatever you want to achieve will naturally come.

Once again, Merry Xmas and enjoy your holiday. Have a blast people!

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