My third suggestion is to use strong transitions and plan them as you rehearse.
We know that good organization helps. So does a good blueprint. But all may be for nothing if listeners can't figure out when you've moved from one section of your presentation to the next.
Too often audiences perceive only this as the structure of the presentation they're attending:
introduction body of presentation
That is, audiences usually know when they're in the introduction of a presentation and when they're in the body of it, but they seldom know where in the body of a presentation they are.
It would be better, then, if a speaker could communicate clearly the structure within the body of the presentation, like this:
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