Great presentations are rare. Presenters often fail to make an impact, not because of what they're presenting but because of how they're delivering it.
An excellent presentation is about how well you engage your audience. It consists of three specific qualities.
To deliver a presentation that will engage your audience, you need to balance structure (preparation) and improvisation (flexibility).
Address these two key questions:
Voltaire said that "Perfection is the enemy of the good." This is true when it comes to presentations and probably the biggest obstacle.
More than anything, your audience wants to connect with you as a person. To accomplish this: