Psychology

Death of a Sales Script: How Improvisation Took Over The World

In Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman, the protagonist, Willy Loman, is an ageing salesman at the end of a less than stellar career. Unable to accept that he is becoming obsolete, he instead blames his failings on an ever-increasing population. ‘There’s more people! That’s what’s ruining this country! The competition is maddening!’, he lamentsContinue Reading “Death of a Sales Script: How Improvisation Took Over The World”