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Stephen Potter

Stephen Potter (1900 – 1969) was a British writer famous for his funny books about how to outsmart others in sports and daily life. He started with a book called “Gamesmanship” in 1947, which made fun of how people try to win in sports by using clever tricks. Then, in 1950, he wrote “Lifemanship,” which applied these funny ideas to everyday situations, teaching readers how to seem better than others without making it obvious. Potter’s books are filled with jokes and advice on how to navigate social situations by being one step ahead. This page with his best known works celebrates his work.

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