Facts, facts, facts
by Lorenzo Piccoli
Being in Brussels I have grown sick of the non-sense of many Eurocrats who talk about smart growth, inclusion, targeted measures, ecosystems, boosting productivity. This means nothing in practice. But obviously most of the people, even the young people, fall into the trap. It looks like a bubble where people gave up critical thinking.
My advice is to listen mainly to the Brits and the entrepreneurs, who seem to be the only ones who are able to avoid catchwords and silly non-sense by talking about very practical, very concrete, very immediate facts.