Many presentations end with a call to action.
This is already well known as a best practice and it is, indeed, really important to include just that: clear actions so your audience understands the next steps you recommend.
However, ending with a chore list is not very inspirational.
So what can you do to end on a higher note?
Paint a picture of what the world will look like for your audience when they take your advice and complete the tasks on the list.
What's at stake?
What is the reward: for their lives, for the world, for their team if everyone follows through with the action?
Including that will leave the audience with a sense of ‘what could be’ and is far more inspirational. It will encourage the audience to take on that action.
A great resource to learn more about the structure of great presentations is the book "Resonate" by Nancy Duarte.