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- n. Technique of performing well on the stage.
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Obama is gifted in one thing, stagemanship, it this is genius, go to Las Vegas and watch magic acts, there you will find comprable "genius".
He also had a little music group on the side called The Falcons -- and Joseph taught Michael and the brothers about stagemanship.
By the Back to the Mac event in 2010, Jobs's stagemanship was so finely honed that he was able to respond to a problem Apple had to a considerable extent created - an audience full of smartphone addicts, interrupting with novelty ringtones and sucking the wi-fi required for the product demos out of the air - with calm, grace and the very clear impression that he could explode your head with his mind.