Death of a Career Consultant

Posted by on Dec 13, 2011 in careers, work | Comments

Death of a Career Consultant

Every now and then we try something different. This is the result of imagining a career conversation with one of my favourite literary characters, Willy Loman from Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman.   ACT ONE   The scene is a small careers office, perhaps in downtown New York. A new caller, Willy Loman, is buzzed through   WILLY: [friendly, upbeat] Well Hello Paul, it sure is swell to meet you. PAUL: Hello Willy, good to meet you too. WILLY: Not sure why but my boss, Howard, said we should meet. Are you a new buyer from upstate? How long you gonna be in town?...

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