Tips to succeed in Presentation
Play the parts
Good presentations are structured in sections. Many presentations need only two or three main points. Organizing your points into a few main parts and telling your audience what these parts are both before and as you go through your presentation can be the difference between a winning presentation and a loser.
Everyday (one word) is an adjective to describe something else: It's easy to get stressed out by everyday problems.
(everyday describes problems) These shoes are great for everyday wear.
(everyday describes wear)
When talking about how frequently something occurs, use every day (two words): I study English every day. I walk my dog every day.