Fewer, bigger stepping stones.
The secret of a good presentation.
Each stone should be a big, significant, memorable point.
And what carries the leap between each one is the personality, the enthusiasm, the storytelling ability, the belief, the intensity, the passion of the presenter.
This way the audience has the chance both to remember what you said and to ‘buy’ you.
Most people, aided and abetted by Powerpoint, create presentations with as many tiny stepping stones as possible, placed as close to each other as possible.