You've got nothing to say on the subject.
Your crazy boss wants you to talk about customer service, or new products, or what clients are doing. Who are you? You've got nothing profound to say on the topic. You're scared to death to speak in front of two people, let alone fifteen or fifty.
But, you will do it. You will create the usual Powerpoint slide show. The attendees will check emails and texts under the conference room table as you speak. The slides will be pixelated, the logic slapdash, clip art idiotically animated, the template will be from 1992. We've all been there. Some things never change, right?
But what if you did something crazy?
What if you told them something really interesting, something from the heart, something that will change the way they look at customer service, or new products, or clients? Something that will change the way they look at you?
What if the story and the presentation were interesting, impactful, and it all came from you. What if you dazzled your bosses, associates, or your clients with these new insights and with how you present? What if you became the expert? How would that feel? How would that change your life and career? How crazy would that be?
The first step is finding your point of view, or your "Point of You." Go ahead, be crazy. Show them what you've got.