Lifemanship: Some Notes on the Lifemanship

Lifemanship: Some Notes on the Lifemanship By Stephen Potter Frank Wilson, Lifemanship Some Notes on the Lifemanship What does Lifemanship mean Easy question to pose difficult to answer in a phrase A way of life pervading each thought and conditioning our every action Yes but something much even though it only e
  • Title: Lifemanship: Some Notes on the Lifemanship
  • Author: Stephen Potter Frank Wilson
  • ISBN: 9781559212960
  • Page: 127
  • Format: Paperback
  • Lifemanship: Some Notes on the Lifemanship By Stephen Potter Frank Wilson, What does Lifemanship mean Easy question to pose, difficult to answer in a phrase A way of life pervading each thought and conditioning our every action Yes, but something much , even though it only exists, as pervasive, intermittently How to live yes, but the phrase is too negative In one of the unpublished notebooks of Rilke there is a phrase that might be ourWhat does Lifemanship mean Easy question to pose, difficult to answer in a phrase A way of life pervading each thought and conditioning our every action Yes, but something much , even though it only exists, as pervasive, intermittently How to live yes, but the phrase is too negative In one of the unpublished notebooks of Rilke there is a phrase that might be our text, if you re not one up Bitzleisch you re down Rotzleisch How to be one up how to make the other person feel that something has gone wrong, however slightly The Lifeman is never caddish, but how simply and certainly often he of she can make the other person feel a cad, and over prolonged periods.
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    1. Following on from Gamesmanship, another fake self help manual from Potter Now, however, he is overtly targeting social interaction in general, and gives you innumerable handy tips on how to discomfort people and gain a social advantage The point, of course, is that they are all things people at least British people do already, slightly exaggerated for comic effect.I have a long running joke with a friend based on the chapter Wine Most people like to give the impression that they at least know a [...]


    2. If you want to come across as better than someone else, these tips will help you along There is even a section about how to write a review of a book that you haven t read.If you have never read D.H Lawrence then find the qualities he is most praised for, and criticize him for not having those qualities And, you will seem very perceptive and all of the positive reviews will seem simple minded.Lifemanship is very helpful if you are not interested in reading D.H Lawrence, but you want to give peopl [...]


    3. These notes are to modern living the opposite of EpictetusThe Art of Living The Classical Manual on Virtue, Happiness and Effectiveness is to civilisation The aim is always to be one up on everyone around you There are proper guides to doing this Great stuff, and true to life at least in the US and UK.


    4. Lifemanship was an offshoot of Stephen Potter s Gamesmanship, and is, like the latter, an anti self help book of sorts it actually advises, through its dry humor, what not to do in society In spite of this, however, it offers much insight on human interactions It falls short from being a masterpiece due to its fragmentary nature it is highly topical, and unfocused It is, nevertheless, a great work Although I only glossed over the mention of Stephen Potter in Eric Berne s seminal Games People Pla [...]


    5. This could also be called how to be a royal jerk for that is essentially what you learn to do, but with that being said it is definitely an interesting read in practical psychology Actually, you will need to read between the lines a little, since interpersonal techniques that were effective in 1950s England likely differ rather dramatically from those that might be effective in the present day, especially in the US and other countries.Still definitely worth reading, if just for the perspectives [...]


    6. Charming snipe of social game playing Quite the straight man presentation from the outset which escalates easily into absurd scenarios without losing solemnity of tone.Possibly best enjoyed in short bursts As such great for laying cable, or patronizing public transit Surely one could sit down in a home based armchair and take a long draught, however one is likely to appreciate the superiority of bite sized reading sessions especially upon encountering the Gamesmanship Research portions much stea [...]


    7. After I read Gamesmanship, it was natural to go next to this one, which was right next it on the shelf.The whole series is or less a How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying for the public school set preppies , in the US.It s funny, yes but it wouldn t be advisable to take the individual strategies as any sort of guide to real world behavior.


    8. Part of its genius is in its pace Potter knows just how endearing the conceit is and how quickly its charm can fade If you reach that point, you may have taken too much in a single dose I wonder, reading it, whether manship needs updating to reflect its conquest of political debate


    9. This is a pretty funny book It s all about how to make yourself look better via subtle put downs and sneaky implications aimed at others Very British.





    10. This is possibly the greatest resource for understanding life in the music business I learned most everything I know from this book.




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