This is something which many presenters struggle with. Eye Contact is an important form of body language, and it speaks volumes about our personalities, and how we communicate with others. It gives others the impression that we want to build a connection with them, and it is a crucial aid in building trust with your audience. It also projects confidence to your audience.
When you are presenting yourself to someone, or to a group of people, having good eye contact may feel rather strange. However, if you are able to master the art of doing so, it will be a huge aid in engaging your audience, and to invite them to engage with you. It also allows your audience to focus on what you have to say, and it makes you look more credible and authoritative.
However, to master the art of good eye contact, it will take time to develop. Therefore, it is important to make it a habit, even during your daily conversations with friends and family members. With practice, you will master this important skill, and this skill will serve you well each time you need to present yourself.