1. Positive preparation
You must prepare with a positive mind! Don’t worry about the possibilities of what can go wrong. Note everything you can’t wait to share. Pinpoint the most powerful aspects of the speech and look forward to releasing them. The audience wants you to succeed.
2. Audience awareness
The better you know the people watching, the better your presentation will be. Too many speakers are self-centred. They design a message that sounds good only to them. You need to design a message that sounds good to who’s listening.
3. Test technology
Check the microphones, laptop, etc. before the event. Inspect it with enough time to repair it if needed.