Practice and theory
Communicating a theory is a good thing. But theories are designed to explain facts in the real world. So when you leave out concrete, practical examples of these facts, then your audience have to think them up for themselves, and it’s hard to know if you got the right ones, and really understand it. You don’t get “Aha!” you get “Aha … I think …”
So please, practice, then theory, then practice, then theory, then … let it be a dance back and forth. That way we can follow you.