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Does your mind go blank during conversations?
... even if you think you're “naturally” boring or suffer from severe social anxiety
Follow this roadmap and in just 60 days I guarantee you’ll:
Sound too good to be true? Perhaps. But I’m not asking you to believe it just yet. All I ask is you don’t decide until after I’ve shown you my proof.
Let’s start with something we both already know: social anxiety can ruin your life.
The deep worry before social events…the shame of sitting silently while everyone else has fun…the frustration of knowing logically you shouldn’t be anxious…
…and there’s nothing quite as embarrassing as…
If you have social anxiety, you probably over-analyse every conversation - especially those containing awkward silences.
You might feel ashamed you couldn't maintain a conversation. Worst of all, you might remember an awkward moment months later and relive all the anxiety.
In other words, social anxiety is like a broken record – replaying every failure, fear and embarrassing moment. And the worse it gets, the less you want to talk to anyone.
You can’t make new friends so you feel alone…
You can’t “network” like other people, so you get overlooked for promotions…
You can’t talk to attractive girls or guys so you stay single…
It’s a vicious circle. The fewer conversations you have, the more anxious you become. And so on. It’s not an exaggeration to say a fear of awkward silences can ruin your life – if you let it.
Fortunately, there ARE solutions. I’ll get to them in just a minute. But first, it’s important to understand…
You may have been told “you’re just shy, it’ll get better” or “you’ll feel less anxious as you get older.”
In my experience, this isn’t true. Here’s why.
My social anxiety started when I was bullied at school. For three years, every day was a living hell of constant taunting and teasing. Everything from my appearance…to the way I talked…to how I walked…was ripped apart. What made it worse was the bullies were my “friends.” There really was no escape.
I didn’t realise at the time, but I went from being a quiet but confident young boy…to a teenager with severe social phobia.
I could barely talk to most people. If I saw someone I knew, I would walk the other way so I didn’t have to meet them. I would even avoid going into shops because I hated speaking to staff.
If I finally managed to talk to someone, I would constantly worry about running out of things to say. I never enjoyed conversations – they were just something to get through…hopefully without embarrassing myself.
In the end, I retreated into TV shows, online games and the internet.
And I wasted some of the best years of my life.
The worst part was it took over 10 years to admit I needed help. I thought it would just get “better” naturally.
Now, this might sound depressing – especially if you’re going through something similar. It’s not my intention to make you feel sad though.
No, I’m telling you this because I want you to know you are not alone.
Over 15 million people in the USA suffer from social anxiety. It’s a huge problem. You should never feel ashamed of your anxieties.
I also want you to know that you can improve your conversation skills.
And if you do, awkward silences will be a thing of the past. You’ll be able to make new friends, find a partner and have FUN in social situations (which is what we all want, right?) - without running out of things to say.
But how can I be so sure people with social anxiety can overcome a “blank mind?” Simply because I’ve done it myself.
See, after years of embarrassing social situations, I finally snapped. Something had to change...and I became…
I read every book I could find on the topic. Every blog post. Even some research papers.
I watched videos from famous pick up artists. Read books by FBI interrogators. Studied Buddhist teachings.
It took time.
But slowly my conversation skills started to improve.
I began to realise there was an underlying structure to conversations - especially dreaded "small talk." And the more I understood the basics of conversation, the less anxious I became.
I still remember the first time I realised I was doing most of the talking in a conversation – and I was actually enjoying it. It was one of the best moments of my life. And I’m going to show you exactly how you can reach this stage too – and much sooner than you think.
But there’s a problem. Even after I began researching conversation skills, it took a LONG time before I started noticing real improvements. Why did it take so long? Mainly because…
Has anyone ever told you to “stop worrying what other people think?” Or “just be yourself?”
Annoying, isn’t it?
Most people, even so-called “experts,” have no idea what social anxiety is like. You can’t just stop worrying what other people think. If you could, you would have a long time ago!
Unfortunately, most experts on conversation don’t write books for socially anxious people. Their advice is filled with “quirky” conversation topics to stand-out from the crowd…tips for manipulating others into liking you…and generic advice like “just relax.”
This might be useful for some people. But it’s not helpful if you have social anxiety.
At the beginning of my search, I kept reading about “facing my fears” and “just do it!” This sounded like great advice, and I always felt motivated after reading - but it didn’t actually work. In fact, it made me MORE anxious, because everything felt so forced and fake.
In the end, I realised a new approach was needed, one that focused on…
You see, if you have social anxiety, you probably don’t want to be the centre of attention or life of the party. I know I didn’t. What you really want is far simpler…
You want to enjoy talking to people without your mind going blank.
You want to make new friends (or get to know potential romantic partners).
You want to hold flowing, interesting conversations without awkward silences.
You want people to enjoy talking to you.
Not much to ask, is it?
Yet most books don't focus on these basics. They teach you to be a corporate schmoozer, a persuasive salesperson or an expert "networker." In other words, someone other than yourself.
Not only that, but in social situations I still felt anxious. And when I felt anxious, I couldn't remember complicated ideas or "just be myself" anyway.
Eventually I decided to focus on one simple question. How can I improve my conversation skills even when I was feeling anxious? The tactics I found could change your social life.
The tactics are so simple you’ll be able to remember them even when anxious.
They don’t require scary “exposure” therapy.
You don’t need to memorise long lists of questions.
You certainly don’t need to plan or script conversations.
And once you master them, you’ll never have to worry about awkward silences again. It doesn’t matter if you think you’re unattractive, uninteresting or boring…the techniques will work for anyone.
Best of all, the techniques form the basis of REAL conversations. That means you don’t need to “act” or be “fake” to use them. You can still keep your personality.
The roadmap consists of 8 videos and lasts around 75 minutes – so you won’t have to watch hours of video just to understand the techniques.
But that doesn’t mean I’ve left anything out. Far from it.
Instead, I’ve condensed all the books, courses and experience I’ve gained from studying conversation and social anxiety…and condensed it into quick videos so you get all the techniques with none of the “fluff.”
Let me be clear here: the course is only for people with social anxiety. You won’t find crazy conversation topics or be asked to practice 10-minute monologues– I promise.
Instead, the five primary modules show you simple techniques for holding conversations even if you’re feeling stressed or anxious. These are:
The Conversation Continuation Roadmap teaches you to avoid awkward silences as quickly as possible – so you can start living the life you deserve.
Imagine the freedom of knowing you can hold an interesting conversation with anyone...and enjoy it.
The relief of not worrying whether your mind will go blank.
The joy of making new friends, building a social circle of people you genuinely like (and who love spending time with you) and meeting a romantic partner.
If you follow the advice in the Conversation Continuation Roadmap, you’ll never need to feel the awful tension of an awkward silence again…because you’ll have continuous stream of interesting and relevant topics to talk about.
You'll be confident in your ability to continue any conversation…even if the other person is shy or doesn’t want to talk.
Not only that, but people will love talking to you, because you'll know how to make them feel comfortable talking about themselves (everyone's favourite topic). The key is to do this the right way though – otherwise people think you’re not contributing to a conversation.
By the end of the roadmap, you’ll also know:
Whether you want to meet new friends, talk to cute girls or guys, chat confidently to people with authority or expand your business network, the techniques will show you exactly how to improve your conversation skills – even if you have social anxiety.
You’ll no longer suffer from awkward silences.
You’ll never need to worry about introducing yourself.
And you’ll never have to worry about being called “shy” again.
It doesn’t matter if you think you’re boring or dull. This is almost certainly not the case – and I’ll show you exactly how you can begin injecting your personality into conversations the easy way.
You should also know…
If you want to overcome social anxiety, building your conversation skills is an important first step.
See, if you don’t feel comfortable in conversations, your efforts to get rid of social anxiety are doomed to failure because you won’t truly enjoy talking. But, when you master the skills in this course, you’ll find it much easier to get pleasure from conversations.
Here’s what you get when you purchase the Conversation Continuation Roadmap Program.
Firstly, you get the core video program containing all the modules listed above. These videos contain everything you need to know about avoiding awkward conversations and never running out of things to say. If you follow the steps outlined in the course, you’ll rapidly improve your conversation skills – I guarantee it.
You’ll also get the following bonuses:
At this point, you're probably wondering how much the roadmap costs.
To get this knowledge from books, courses and websites would cost hundreds of dollars – not to mention many hours of your time (and having to plough through advice that’s not suitable for people with social anxiety).
To get this knowledge from a therapist could cost $50-$100 per hour – and would require multiple sessions. There’s also no guarantee that the treatment will work – and no chance of a refund if it doesn’t.
Despite this, I want the program to be accessible to everyone with social anxiety. So that’s why I’ve decided to price it at just $47 - once I get more feedback and reviews from clients.
However, right now you can get access to the “early bird” version. This is the lowest I’m ever going to sell the program for – and the price could go up at any time.
This means you won’t pay $100 per hour for a therapist. You won’t pay the regular price of $47. You won’t even pay HALF that.
If you order today, you pay only $19. That’s a one-off cost for the entire video program, audios and two bonus reports.
Plus, you get full access to my…
I’m so sure that the Conversation Continuation Roadmap will dramatically improve your conversation skills, I want there to be no risk to you trying it. Here’s the deal:
You MUST experience a noticeable improvement in your conversation skills within 60 days. You must ALSO feel confident you’ll never have another awkward silence...when talking to anyone. That includes hot guys or girls, people in positions of authority and strangers.
If not, or in the unlikely event you aren't happy with the product for any reason, just e-mail me for a fast refund with no questions asked. I'll send you 100% of your money back within 48 working hours with no hard feelings.
That’s how confident I am that the roadmap can change your life – permanently.
It’s easy to order. Just click the button below and follow the instructions. You can download the videos instantly.
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P.S. You might be wondering why the course only costs $19. Here’s why:
I truly want this product to be seen by as many people with social anxiety as possible - and I know that not everyone can afford courses costing thousands of dollars.
That's why I've taken all the most important points, and condensed them into videos that last just over an hour. You get all the actionable advice for a fraction of the cost.
Not only that, but you have my 60-day guarantee. If, by the end of the 60-days, you don’t feel you can avoid awkward silences in ANY conversation, just send me an email. I’ll happily refund every penny as fast as I can.
You don’t have anything to lose – and a world of fun and interesting conversations to gain. So why not try it?
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P.P.S. Don’t be like me – wasting years of my life waiting for social anxiety to magically “solve” itself. Take action today. The sooner you start improving your conversation skills, the sooner you'll experience the benefits.
Please Note: This is a downloadable program. You will NOT receive a physical package shipped to you in the mail. The video course and bonuses will be immediately available for you to download after ordering. This program is NOT available in stores, so you can only access it through this website. The written material is in the PDF format. The videos are in MP4 format and should be playable by must media players.
Disclaimer: The information on this web page is not medical advice. It is based on personal opinion only. While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of information on this page, it is not substitute for professional medical advice. Results of the program will vary for individual users.