KISS- keep it simple stupid. In 1960, the US Navy introduced this principle, which became very popular in 1970. This KISS principle states that most things work best if they are kept simple rather than made complicated. Therefore, I believe simplicity is the best option to design anything, where unnecessary complexity should be avoided. Later, this principle came with many more variations like, "keep it simple, silly," "keep it short and simple," "keep it simple and straightforward," etc.
Perfect practice makes perfect, and not just practice makes perfect. It is essential to notice the improvement of presenting and speaking each time you present. Even more important to remember that doing something wrong again and again never makes you better, it will help you develop bad habits.
Impress Your Audience is designed to provide quick, most natural, straightforward, and clear tactics to become a great presenter and public speaker, which will suit you whether you're in a presentation or public speaking class or doing a course in your major or on the job. On the other note, have you ever asked these questions. "Why am I so afraid to present or speak in front of people? What does it take for me to overcome my fear and be a better presenter? How can I get a better response from my audience?" If you have, you need to know there is "Hope." There are ways to overcome your fear and be not only an excellent presenter but a great one...
Impress Your Audience is written for those who hope they can do better with presenting. This book comes with all simple and straightforward tactics to help you make an outstanding presentation and help your audience to say. "Yeas, I am on it."