1. The interview process is a long one
It’s rare that there are openings for a flight attendant job and when there is one, thousands and thousands of people apply at one time. Once selected to interview, you may be required to do 3-4 interviews (and that depends on the airlines and recruiters). For most airlines, the on-site interview will be about 8 hours long. Once you apply and if you are not selected, you have to wait another 6 months until you can interview again.
2. You cannot listen to everyone before your interview
There is a flight attendant group on Facebook called Flight Attendant Career Connections. On this private group’s page, you can get interview and training tips (plus more). While it is insanely cool to have this type of resource at your fingertips, you should not solely rely on that page for all of your sage advice. Even if you join the group, still do your own research on flight attending. Research the company and flight attendant information online, practice basic interview questions. Also, if you happen to know someone that’s a flight attendant, talk to them.