– Conversation Autopilot – Conversation Autopilot Download

Description: 10th June 2015 Barcelona, Spain

Tell me if this ever happens to you:

You see a nice girl, and you think about approaching her. You check her out, clock her style, take in the way she walks or the way she’s standing, and you quickly think of something to say when you run after and stop her.


Then, you run after and Yad-stop her, or you calmly walk on over to where she’s standing, and you deliver the opener.

She smiles, says “Thank you!”, mutters something short, then stands their like a lemon and gives you absolutely nothing to work with.

Or maybe, she responds warmly and the conversation goes well. But then somewhere, two or three minutes in, she throws you a curveball and you don’t know how to respond.

Or — and this is the one that really drives me crazy — you’re stuck in a dead conversation, and your instinctively ask her question, and there, right before your very eyes, you see the conversation slipping into a CSI-style interrogation.

You clutch at every straw she gives you, clinging on for dear life like a drowning man. You can see there’s only two straws left. Next there’s just one. Then they’re all gone and you’re desperate.

Your mind goes blank.

You can hear the conversation flat-lining, dying, spluttering in one last fit before it fizzles out completely.

It’s like someone just stuck their hand inside your brain and pressed the delete button. Everything has gone, and all you can do is stand there and wait for the inevitable:

“Well… it was nice meeting you, but I have to go now…”

Do you know what I really hate?

When you walk back with your tail in between legs, before you even get to your mate or your wingman, you can already think of at least three things you could have said that would blow her mind and make her stay.

Doesn’t that suck?

Well, here’s what I want you to know:

Yad actually has a handful of specific questions and throw-away comments he turns to whenever he senses that a conversation is in danger of drying up.

These aren’t random questions or observations.

They’re specific, they’re tried and tested, and they act like a defibrillator. You can use them to resuscitate any flat-lined conversation and charge it full of vitality, fun and sexy vibes in just a few seconds.

Forget “assumption stacking” or “observational openers”. (In case you don’t know what these are, they’re standard Daygame techniques we teach on our bootcamps and in almost all our products.) When the conversation is almost dead, it’s too late for these.

You need something that can shock it back to life.

Like I said, Yad has a few “conversation defibrillators” that are tried and tested.

He’s used them on (literally) thousands of girls all around the world.

The reason they work so well is, 99.99% of girls will respond to them in a way that’s predictable, and in the process, girls will volunteer a shit load of useful information that anyone other than a retard can use to keep the conversation moving forwards at a healthy pace.

These “conversation defibrillator” are just one of many things you’ll learn on Yad’s webinar on Monday 22nd June, in a few weeks.

If you’re sick and tired of always running out of things to say, just these alone are easily worth the $1 it will cost you to reserve a seat on this webinar, so you can see them for yourself and put them to the the test.


It’s the same deal for all our webinars.

Pay $1 to secure your seat.

Soak up the content. Take notes. Put Yad’s framework and conversation techniques to work in your life over the next three days.

If his material gives you a breakthrough, do nothing and we’ll charge you the remaining $96 on Friday lunchtime.

However, if for whatever reason, it doesn’t work out or you don’t think you got the kind of value you were hoping for, just reply to anyone of my emails, and we’ll give you a refund.

No ifs, no buts, no questions, no bullshit pressure.

I want to make it easy for you to give this a try.

Reserve a seat on Yad’s Conversation Autopilot webinar here:
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