One of the things I do on an occasional basis at work is give presentations. I hadn’t been asked to do so until I had come to the conclusion that most people are lousy at giving presentations.
Fortunately, speaking.io has a ton of helpful tips on public speaking. Read and learn. Advice on one of my personal pet peeves with most presentations I’ve seen:
Here’s all that you need to know: you can’t go too big, use a ton of contrast, don’t use many words, and choose a solid font. More than anything else on this entire site, doing those four things right will put you in the top 10% of speakers out there.
The site is broken up into 5 sections:
Each section has a ton of helpful advice. While you won’t become a professional speaker after reading it, you’ll certainly be able to avoid the pitfalls so many public speakers fall into.