Happy's Women Happy is a womanizer, but he speaks with disdain of the women he has conquered. He blamed his father for his inability to keep a job. What the hell am I doing, playing around with horses, twenty-eight dollars a week! Throughout the play, Charley is the voice of logic and reason. Both responses to the event make business sense—but if you want to build a better relationship, you'll be empathetic and imagine your contact's sense of fear and confusion. Toward the end of the play, Willy commits suicide by crashing his car.
He tries to get Biff to embellish the story of his encounter with Bill Oliver, primarily to give Willy a reason to hope for a few more days. They were supposed to be eating supper with their father, but they left him at the restaurant so they could go out with the women. Linda Loman Linda was Willy's wife, who loved him without reservation. They're not necessary the best salesmen, but they are the best salesmen characters. As he is running away from the office, Biff has a revelation about himself; he and Willy had always thought Biff was a salesman for Bill, but in fact he was a shipping clerk. His life seems overshadowed by Biff's accomplishments, and Willy focuses on Biff's prospects throughout the play.
Self-Awareness You need to be able to identify your own emotions, understand how they work, and then use them to help you build stronger customer relationships. As a grown-up, he is a lawyer preparing to argue a case in front of the Supreme Court. Happy tried to do all the right things, such as having a steady job, renting an apartment, and owning his own car. He was a traveling salesman whose territory was the New England states, because he lived in New York City, he had to travel great distances to meet with his clients. To accomplish this, the very best salespeople cultivate the following five emotional traits: 1.
He runs a business with his son that has been successful. You must be able to feel what the customer is likely to be feeling. He provided Biff with answers while they were in high school and attempted to help Biff study so that he would graduate, even though Willy and Biff would criticize him. You cheat on your wife? He is Willy Loman's real brother, the idealized memory of that brother, and an aspect of Willy's own personality, and these distinct functions are sometimes simultaneous. Biff Loman Biff was thirty-four years old and still searching to find out what he wanted to do with his life. Charlie is a true friend to Willy, even though Willy is jealous of him. Sometimes I sit in my apartment - all alone.
Though he is not terribly fond of Willy, Charley understands his plight and shields him from blame. Nevertheless, Linda, by far the toughest, most realistic, and most levelheaded character in the play, appears to have kept her emotional life intact. While he seems to believe in the dream of a rise to success in business and the wealth which comes with that, these things have alluded him. Willy eventually realizes this, and that is why he crashes the car and kills himself. While society may have caused some of his misfortune, Willy must be held responsible for his poor judgment, disloyalty and foolish pride. In both plays, a main character becomes so overwhelmed by mental or psychological events that their actions become reflective of them.
She told him she could not cry for him, because to her it seemed like he was on a business trip. Ben was the one person in Willy's life whose approval meant everything to him. And I think of the rent I'm paying. Biff is the only member of the family who knows about Willy's affair, and he resents his father bitterly. I won't live in it. As such, she represents the emotional core of the drama. In addition, the encounters between Ben… 785 Words 4 Pages importance.
Willy considered suicide so his family could receive his twenty thousand dollar life insurance policy. Since then, his kleptomania has gotten him fired from every job that he has held. This attitude is adopted all too well by his sons. He is not a successful man and never will be, he is however able to admit this, even in a harsh society as the one of the 1960s America. It is this absence of spirit that makes Willy believe that Bernard will never be a true success in the business world, but Bernard proves himself to be far more successful than Willy imagined. The car salesman movie, The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard opens tomorrow, and I thought it'd be appropriate to mark the occasion by ranking cinema's best salesmen characters. He is Willy Loman's son in the truest sense, emulating his father's pursuit of success through social contacts.
Instead of Greek Gods bestowing a cruel fate upon the protagonist, Willy Loman makes several terrible mistakes that result in a meager, pathetic life. Even so, if you automatically jump to the first rule, rather than the second, it will be difficult for you to remain happy. He tried to help Willy by giving him loans to help pay Willy's bills and he offered Willy a job with his business. They operate in the world outside as part of the impersonal forces that corrupt. She didn't know what to do to help him, so she gave him moral support and tried to make his life as easy as possible for him.
His son, Bernard, is a powerful attorney. This was because at this time the boys were, to Willy, most successful. Willy Loman never made a lot of money. She was searching for answers as to why he took his life and left her alone in the world. Optimism Optimism helps you maintain a sense of balance when things go awry. It gets so you don't mind it.