Rules for a Great Presentation
Stories give meaning to words. This is the main purpose of a presentation is to show how any specific information (of whatever topic you are talking about) has meaning
Rehearse your presentation to the point at which you rise above and beyond the script, and the ideas it contains become part of who you are.
Be sincere and people will believe what ever you are saying. Don’t invent stories. Talk about what you are an expert in. People can always send if something is not right
Attention span is shorter and shorter these days.
Try to bring your presentation to a maximum of 30 minutes. This will maximises your chances of getting the audience attention.
Socialize and mingle with your audience
It is always a good idea to arrive before the presentation to meet and greet audience members, ask questions, and learn who they are. Audiences consist of individuals. Great presenters always direct their words to individuals, moving from person to person. Thus if you met some of them before, it will make it much easier for you.