Words are underrated tools available at everyone’s disposal. Essentially, using a person’s keywords are next best to mentioning their names while speaking with them.
The way one uses the words to convey messages, feelings, thoughts, ideas, and to negotiate, initiate, convince and so much more shows how much that person can progress in life. The richer your vocabulary, the more expansive your thought processes, and the ability to express yourself will be.
On a similar note, each of us has a set of words we plant in our sentences, subconsciously.
Next time, when you speak with someone, observe and listen for those few words they repeatedly use while talking. Identify the patterns.
Those are the ‘keywords’, idiosyncratic to the individual. Often you can group them into a few clusters of words.
Make note of them, literally, in Google Keep or anywhere you can jot down your personal ideas and thoughts that are available within reach. Use those words subtly (don’t make it obvious) while interacting with them next time – this act will methodically synchronize your message with their thought processes and activate the synchrony automatically between both your brain waves. They will start seeing you on their side if you are talking at a transactional level.
Cheers, and good luck!