It makes sense that you don't want to look silly. Perhaps you need to take a leaf from the book of Elon Musk's Presentation Mastery Handbook.
A friend just sent me a video of Elon Musk opening the Gigafactory... the one that is going to revolutionise the battery market forever.... for the record I think what Elon is doing is nothing short of epic, but here's some things I learned from this hilariously awkward launch presentation.
Their presentation is HORRIBLE, clunky and all over the shop..... it's almost like someone tapped Elon on the shoulder after a 3 day bender and said "hey we need to launch this thing - let's go".
The way they deal with ambiguity is hillarious.
"So building stuff in a factory is a simple 3 step process.
1. Raw materials goes in.
2. Bunch of stuff happens,
3. Out comes a car - SIMPLE". cue laughter.
I'm not kidding. 8:22 on this video.
It's almost as if they said to themselves, "well, we're changing the world, we don't need to impress anyone".
What if, you let go of having to be perfect and started helping people.
What if, your desire to do good washed away the fear of not getting it quite right.
Would that change things?
Check out the full juxtaposition of awesome and awkward below.....
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