Psychology

Our mother’s best tips and tricks

It’s a known fact, our mothers are usually right… to our greatest joy or dismay.
Let’s take a look back at the advice they’ve shared with us over the years, for better of for worse.

Geneviève E., General Director

My mother certainly told me too many things for me to only talk about one… however, I will always remember a tip my grandmother gave me when I was a teenager: « My darling, make sure that when you choose your husband, choose one who knows how to cook … because one day he will retire and if he doesn’t know how to cook, you will never rest ».

Ariane D., Accounting Assistant

My mother always told me to trust the process 😉

Constance C., Content Marketing

Always make lists. Organization is the secret of a lifetime!

Gladys, Reservations Agent

“In life, everything happens for a reason.” When we find ourselves to be sad because we missed out on an event or when something doesn’t happen the way we want it to, we have to pull ourselves together and keep moving forward.

Marianne B.M., Marketing Assistant

« Be yourself, your most beautiful face is the one without makeup, that is when your true beauty comes out ».

Marianne, 14 years old: I don’t care

Marianne, 23 years old: She’s so right

Jean-François C., Reservations Agent

In the wise words of my spiritual mother, Ru-Paul: « If you can’t love yourself, how in the hell are you going to love somebody else?! ».

Marise L., Purchasing and Administrative Assistant

It is when I was about to become a mother, that she gave me her best advice: « Always follow your instinct, it’s the best one! ».

Aurélien D., Training Coordinator

« You don’t have to be the best; you simply have to give the best of yourself ».

Alexa D., Marketing Director

« Never forget what Grandma used to say, always look your best, you could fall in love while taking out the trash ».

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