For most, the effective impacts desired out of a communicating exercise, comes from the importance of being able to invoke some level of emotion both from the presenter and the listener.
If the communication is well designed, with this important aspect dominantly featured, then the eventual results of the said communication exercise will bring forth the desired effects.
Learning how to identify and include terms in the speech pattern and body language will be very useful when trying to focus in invoking some sort of emotion from all involved.
Using appropriate trigger works and phrases is one way of achieving this emotional impact. “Painting” a picture with the choice of words used is the main idea behind the emotion invoking communication technique.
This is very important for the presenter who is focused on making the desired impact on the listener in order to get the results intended.
However it should be also noted that the use of invoking emotions can be something that causes the opposite of the intended impact meant.
Therefore it is very important to identify beforehand the emotions that are being sought after, through the communication exercise, so that the words chosen will rightly describe the actual content of the message intended to be divulged.
The following are some recommendations as to the best use of words that will ideally invoke emotions: