Death of a Salesman – Part 2 of ‘I Bought a TV’




This article is the second part of our blog titled “I bought a T.V.”

If you have not read the first part, you can read it here.

At the end of the first part, we posed the following questions: “So what makes a salesperson like Muheen so good. Every week he deals with dozens of customers like me, but he makes everyone feel as if they are unique. Is it something that is innate, is it something that is learned through experience, is it taught, can anyone be turned into a Muheen?”

In the 2000 T.V. film ‘Death of a Salesman’, based on an Arthur Miller play, Willy Loman is a salesman – well, not really – he spent his entire career ‘trying’ to be a salesman. He wanted to be one because his father’s friend, who was well liked and made plenty of money, was a salesman. Willy wanted to be well liked and make money, but Willy never made it even after a whole career of trying.

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