My secret to a good presentation

Is to communicate something where every concept I say has an emotional component to it. Some parts of it may invoke anger and aggression, some pride of what we created from scratch, some incredulity at doing something no one has done. There are some presentations that I almost cried because of the depth of emotions.

I take each presentation as my very last and try to put it all on the stage. It can be a tiring process but I think an audience can feel authentic emotions.

I take this approach from observing great singers. When you see Adele on stage, there's a connection you feel because you know she's singing exactly what she's feeling at the moment with the lyrics. She leaves it on the stage, holding nothing back, being in the moment.

If I can drop the mic after my presentation and can say "Tak Lo - out", I know I did everything I could.