In presenting there are several things you can do to make it successful. First stay calm, is a large component. If you have shaky hands do not hide them, demonstrating with your hands is effective in conveying a point. The article says to avoid holding a piece of paper or a glass of water if your hands shaky. Instead it suggests holding a remote or using your hands creatively. In addition the article suggests that you present with a confident smile to come across as approachable. With the presentation itself, project your voice louder than usual and know the visual content of your slides. Being prepared before the presentation will help you combat a lot of the things that can potentially go wrong. Your confidence will help you excel in the presentation. In addition another that can go wrong is being flustered at someone's question after the presentation. The article recommends that you only present information that you are really knowledgable on. Presentations can be nerve wracking but the best thing you can do is be prepared and ready to present. The advice in the article will help you but all comes down to how much you know the content of your presentation.