The real success of every presentation is leaving your audience with something of value. What do they get out of spending time listening to your presentation?
Many people believe that they need natural brilliance in speaking and presenting well. They believe that they need to be polished, smart, witty and charming all before they actually start to build a speech. Those attributes can come naturally, but most often, they come as a result of passion, knowledge and practice.
One of the most important factors in a successful presentation is serving the needs of your audience.
Going back to the idea that you need to leave your audience with something of value, caring for your audience’s needs doesn’t require perfection.
You can make mistakes during your speech and it’s going to be okay.