When we’re scared of running out of cookies
Isn’t it strange that the French “biscuit” refers more to double cooking and that with the English translation, “cookie”, that isn’t the case? Let’s have a look. Seriously, I don’t think I’m going to think about cookies today. Not that those little devils aren’t tempting, but as per usual, we are up against a rival today.
You’ll recognise the two competitors. In the right corner, cookies that defend the honour of lightness, for the happiness of kids and “big” kids. In the left corner, education cuts, much to the displeasure of the older readers, but also of the younger ones who want to be older.
Let me explain how to be for and against cuts to a public service. Firstly, we must be against inefficiency. How do you know if you are being efficient? By measuring yourself, of course! I would join the “No” clan as soon as the entire public staff involved were to opt for a revolution of cost optimisation. This may not be possible. In this case, I must turn to the “Yes” camp, because firstly, I would no longer use this inefficient service, so as not to encourage it further. And also, because I should have the ability to pay for quality education services myself. It’s a rather simple thing.
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Translation by Abbie Sims: https://www.linkedin.com/in/acsims/
Last Updated on December 9, 2019 by Coach Danny