With Christmas getting closer, we would like to introduce our Fire and Ice Christmas party night at Redcastle Oceanfront Golf & Spa Hotel! This year, as usual, we will be celebrating in style!The Redcastle Oceanfront Golf & Spa Hotel presents a spectacular Fire & Ice Christmas Party extravaganza! Red carpet arrival, Fire & Ice decor, Sumptuous gala dinner followed by an amazing night of entertainment and dancing. THE THEMESparkling drinks receptionFive Course Christmas MealFire & Ice Themed arrival & event Live music followed by discoEARLY BOOKERS OFFERAny bookings who pay the deposit by Friday 4th October will receive the below offer;• 10% discount on the price per person *excludes the buffet party night on 21st December• 1 Free bookers place on tables over 20 people• Sparkling Wine toast for your tableTHE DATEFriday 13th December Saturday 14th DecemberFriday 20th DecemberTHE BAND13th & 14th December – The Cavanagh Brothers 20th December – Hard 2 HandleTHE TICKETS€35.00ppBuffet Party NightSaturday 21st DecemberDJ Scotty€25.00ppIf you would like to make a booking you can contact our team directly on [email protected] or +35374 938 5555. Visit: www.redcastlehoteldonegal.com/christmas/fire-ice-party-nightsLooking for the perfect Christmas Party venue? Check out The Redcastle Oceanfront Golf & Spa Hotel was last modified: October 3rd, 2019 by Staff WriterShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
Check out our newest blog series, ‘Confessions of a Caregiver,’ coming out this Friday, March 10, featuring military caregiver, Nikki Stephens. Nikki is a dual caregiver to her husband, Marine Corps Veteran, John, and her son, Kealan, who has special healthcare needs. She will be providing monthly blog posts on her caregiver journey and the everyday challenges that come with life after the military. Watch and listen below as Nikki shares a little of her background and introduces the series. Be on the lookout this Friday for Nikki’s first post by going to: Nikki Stephens, “The Dual Caregiver”‘Confessions of a Caregiver’ blog series spotlights family caregivers who are working to care for their wounded warriors and/or families with special healthcare needs. Their inspiring stories and strength in overcoming adversities is a true testament to the nature of the military caregiving community.If you are a military caregiver and would like to share your story, please contact [email protected]
There is a very high penalty to be paid for believing that you are smart. If you believe that you know enough—even in a single domain—then you don’t easily recognize the massive gaps in your knowledge. And there are massive gaps in your knowledge.If there is nothing left for you to learn, then you have cut yourself off from the possibility of growth. Growth necessarily requires “new;” new information, new ideas, new actions, new possibilities, and new results.If there aren’t things that you know and believe that aren’t open to being changed with new information, then there is no way to progress, to improve. One of the best ways to stagnate as a person is to refuse to consider new information. This is especially true when you reject information that conflicts with what you believe you know.If you are the smartest person in the room, if you can learn nothing from others, in addition to being a bore, you will also miss out on ideas that are worth your time and exploration. That doesn’t make you the smartest person in the room.Less DumbWhat you want to be is dumb, and continually getting less dumb. You want to be curious and open to new and challenging ideas.Human knowledge is growing at an incredible pace. In some disciplines, it is doubling every couple years. There is no way one can keep up; the staggering pace is leaving all of us behind. You do, however, have to run the race.Knowing that you know very little, and accepting that what you do know is a very tiny sliver of what is known—even in your domain—creates the possibility of new learning. Recognizing that you know almost nothing about most everything opens up a world of possibilities for acquiring new information, new ideas, and new breakthroughs.Whenever you learn something new, you become less dumb. Whenever you open yourself up to new information that conflicts with what you know, you grow, and by doing so, you grow stronger.When you allow other people to be smart and share what they know, they are transferring their knowledge to you. That’s smart, and therefore, you are less dumb.