This Arthur Miller 1949 Pulitzer Prize play depicts the declining days of a failing salesman. Willy Lowman believes in the promise of the American Dream—that a “well liked” and “personally attractive” man in business will acquire the material comforts offered by modern American life. He comes to discover that hard work without complaint is the key to success.
In this recent webinar, we used lessons from the play to learn the following:
1. Factors that prematurely kill any dream, vision, or business idea
2. How to get “unstuck” when you have buried your excitement and motivation along with your dream, vision, or business idea
3. How to turn your dream, vision, or business idea into “reality” with measurable outcomes
4. Practical solutions for common obstacles in carrying out your dream, vision or business idea from start to finish.