You've rehearsed your presentation. You've got a smart outfit picked out. You're ready to give some firm handshakes, smile, and make eye contact. And you're probably more than a little amped up on adrenaline. Your client, on the other hand, has been in meetings all day, feels pressed for time, and has a million other concerns on their mind. To avoid looking at blank faces while you try to make your case, you need to go beyond the usual preparation tactics. Here's how to break through the boredom barrier and make a memorable impression in your next pitch meeting.