How to liberate a moose

Small, cartoon moose wearing a red and green striped scarf, a santa hat and a string of red fairy lights on its antlers

Having a reminisce about the Christmas Moose from Cork – a wonderful hotel that really understand good service. We could all learn a thing or two from them.

When I arrived in a windy and drizzly Cork in December, I was greeted by name at the desk (there’s service for you) and with a Christmas moose on my door! 

Honestly, it’s like coming home when I come to my Elite mastermind meeting.

It’s not just the very good friends I’ve made and love in this group; it’s the venue. The hotel staff are amazing.

Darragh, the guy at the desk, has only met me a few times over the past year, yet he always greets me by name and remembers details about me. Considering the number of people who must pass through this airport hotel, that’s astonishing.

Zaka, our waiter, remembers that I’m vegetarian and like gin.

Again, astonishing.

These guys are good. Really good. But more than that, they’re genuine. It doesn’t feel forced; they just make an effort, and the hotel does a great job of employing genuinely friendly, pleasant, lovely people.

The first night I was there, I had a rather nice meal, and a good old belly laugh with some funny people. And on the way to bed, Yinka and I decided we’d liberate a moose.

You see, I’d worked out that if you had an even-numbered room, you got a Christmas moose on your door. If you had an odd-numbered room, you were mooseless. Yinka was mooseless.

So we liberated a moose from a fire-stand, and attached him to Yinka’s door.

A job well done.

An evening well spent.

But back to February! I’m going do a whole bunch more work on my shiny new course – there have already been some great results by the way! If you haven’t already got a copy of my book, Business For Superheroes, you should grab a copy now, because you’ll see what can be accomplished in just 90 days. No shit!

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Vicky Fraser is a copywriter, author, and entrepreneur. She really did run away with the circus… but when she’s not swinging from a trapeze, she’s showing other copywriters and small business owners how to work with better clients, make more money, and stop missing bathtimes, first words, and dinners with angry partners. In fact, she wrote the book on it. Get your copy here.


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