Keep it simple, top-line. No one wants to see all the details. They’d rather look at a few bullets or charts, hear you speak, and write down what they deem necessary.
Showing your work becomes more about what you omit than what you say, including the simplification of the rarely read appendix, so it too reflects your key findings in a digestible format.
Presentations are small products, stories, and art forms, just as is this blog post. They try to streamline complexity while also stirring curiosity and exciting action. The best presentations often leave more questions than answers.