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Ray Edwards is a sought-after Copywriter, Author, Speaker, and Communications Strategist. His clients include Tony Robbins, Jack Canfield, Jeff Walker, Robert Allen, and more. On this show, Ray helps you start, run, and grow their Internet-based businesses. The show includes interviews with well-known experts like Michael Hyatt, Jeff Goins, Dan Miller, Cliff Ravenscraft, Michael Stelzner, Amy Porterfield, Don Miller, and many others.
 
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Towards the end of the American Civil War in north west Arkansas, an old woman is faced with a dilemma. Her son is dead after falling in battle, and her son's wife went missing in the woods on hearing the news. Something happened to her in the woods, something that means the old woman's precious grandson is sick. He's sick, and something is coming …
 
A surprising call from an old friend got me thinking … It seems almost everyone I know is being faced with big decisions. Maybe you, too, are thinking through one of these "big decisions". Decisions about whether to keep the job you have … Or decision about whether to accept the new job you've been offered… Maybe you're thinking about starting your…
 
Well after midnight in a newsroom high up above the city, a strange story comes tip-tapping in down the night wire. John Morgan, the night wire expert, turns the morse code into words and the words reveal a mystery. A town no one has heard of is brought to a standstill by a weird fog. This weird fog rolls right out of the graveyard and in it are se…
 
Look, let's be real. These last couple of years have been very difficult for most of us. Think of all the crazy stuff that has happened. There's a really good chance you did not see all of that coming. I surely did not. In today's podcast, I get gut-level real. Many of my clients and friends in the world of business really did have their “best year…
 
In rural Pakistan, a rickshaw driver stops by a Peepal Tree and a beautiful bride steps out from the shadows. Of course, at first he thinks she must be a churail, but despite his mother's warnings, he knows he must help this distressed woman. How will his kindness be rewarded? A story by modern British author Iqbal Hussain. After the story I had th…
 
The First Sheaf is a folk horror story set in the backwaters of rural England. A new vicar goes to a rural parish that has suffered a terrible drought. The local folk shun him and want nothing of his god. He fears they have other gods of their own. Then a young girl goes missing, and the vicar's son must search out the mystery of the round field an…
 
Over in the Wild West of Wales, (despite him calling it England, the village is Croes y Ceiliog after all), strange signs appear, a girl disappears and it takes a man from London to work out the evil truth. This is the audio extracted from the edited version of my live reading of the Shining Pyramid by Arthur Machen. All the audio is there (some of…
 
If you want to be a leader, you need to develop a reading habit. “Leaders are readers,” says Jeff Brown, my guest on today’s podcast. Jeff is the host of The Read To Lead Podcast, and the author of a new book called, not surprisingly, Read To Lead. In Jeff’s book, you will learn Why you need to read like your career depends on it. The eight researc…
 
In which a writer starts to receive mysterious and increasingly menacing postcards from an apparent stranger. He asks his friends what to do. He goes to the police. And then it all becomes clear. L P Hartley Leslie Poles Harltey was born in Cambridgeshire in England in 1895 and died aged 76 in London England. L P was educated first at home and then…
 
How much of your thinking is by design? I don't mean that in the spiritual sense, but rather, by your design. How much of your thinking is intentional? How much of it is YOUR thinking? Is it possible that most of your life is being dictated by random bits and pieces of knowledge, unintentional habits, misconceptions, and various other noise that yo…
 
Joan Aiken Joan Delano Aiken was the daughter of Conrad Aiken, whose story Mr Arcularis we read out on The Classic Ghost Stories Podcast. Her elder sister Jane was a writer and her brother John was a chemist. Her father, being a poet presumably appreciated the para-rhyming of their names. Joan was born while her father was domiciled in England, on …
 
At some point in life, I think most people find that they are essentially living the same day, over and over. Going to the same job, talking to the same people, thinking mostly the same thoughts, feeling mostly the same emotions...Everything is just mediocre repetition; neither advancing nor improving. They have brief notions of making changes, but…
 
This is a short excerpt from that wonderful, beautiful fantasy story Lud In The Mist by Hope Mirrlees. It represents the first two pages of the book repeated three times. The purpose of this reading is to put you to sleep. The full audiobook (not narrated by me) can be obtained from Audible. If You Appreciate The Work I’ve Put In Here Become A Patr…
 
Edith Bagnold Edith Bagnold, later Lady Jones was born in 1889 in Rochester, Kent and died in 1981 in London . She was most famous for her novel *National Velvet* published in 1935, which was made into a famous film that starred Elizabeth Taylor. Her father was a Colonel in the British Army, and she was mainly brought up in Jamaica. She loved ridin…
 
This week we're showcasing one of our highest reviewed episodes in the history of the show...And for good reason - It breaks down the process of starting a successful copywriting business into 3 simple steps. Yep...You're (still) only 3 steps away from your work-from-anywhere, get paid to be creative, no-business-attire-required (or even pants for …
 
I have taken the liberty of reading this lovely-sounding poem by J R R Tolkien, which it is claimed (he claimed?) was written by Bilbo Baggins. I have read it three times, which is my practice with these sleep stories. Still, you could put it on repeat to help you doze off. Sleep tight! If You Appreciate The Work I’ve Put In Here Become A Patreon F…
 
H G Wells Herbert George Wells was born in 1866 in Bromley, Kent just outside London. He Died aged 79 at his grand house in Regent’s Park in London. He was a scientist by training having got his degree at Imperial College London (the Royal College of Science). He was a biologist with a strong interest in Darwin and Natural Selection. His early adul…
 
During today’s episode it is my goal to answer all your questions about starting your own writing business, especially in today’s new economy. Sometimes it seems like it’s a new economy every other day or so, but really there’s nothing to be frightened of. There is nothing new under the sun, after all-this has all happened before, and it will all h…
 
Imagine a garden that grows mirrors, and those mirrors are gateways into a million worlds. Imagine wandering and finding an oasis where you could have a sleep. Wouldn't that be restful? Listen in, and doze on. Get The Book The first twenty-three sleep stories are available in book form so you can read them out to someone you love who needs some shu…
 
The Grey Woman Part 3 In which Anna and Amante go on the run, meet some good souls, some bad ones and accomplish miracles with corks and home-made walnut dye, thus saving their lives. Will it all go right in the end? You will have to listen, won't you? Random Notes For Part 3 Disguises. Victorians loved disguises. Think of Sherlock Holmes The beaut…
 
As we continue our recording studio makeover at Ray Edwards, International, I've been going through some past episodes, looking for those that stood out…episodes worth a second listen. The one I found for this week seemed oddly prophetic. It was released about a year before the pandemic began and actually seems even more appropriate in 2021. Don't …
 
Wandering round a Christmas market in a Romantic town in Germany. There is candy floss and merry-go-rounds, and old carriages with sleepy horses, cinnamon twirls and stollen cake galore. Why not visit and drift off to sleep? Get The Book The first twenty-three sleep stories are available in book form so you can read them out to someone you love who…
 
Brief Notes Trusty Amanate is someone she can talk to. The expedition by candlelight through the castle passages The withheld letters She is a prisoner Anna bites out a chunk of her hand to keep her fear from overcoming her while she’s under the table. She later breaks one of her front teeth. She’s rough. The spying servants The Chauffeurs are not …
 
This week, we decided to use some studio down-time to revisit our most downloaded, most commented episode, and strip it down to the meat and potatoes. The original episode, which you can find in its entirety here, focused on the importance of the order in which entrepreneurs should do things to successfully create a personal-brand based business. T…
 
A sparkly, glittery, cold winter's night when you're all wrapped up and the fireworks pepper the sky with wonder. A sleep story for adults to get you slumbering. Get The Book The first twenty-three sleep stories are available in book form so you can read them out to someone you love who needs some shuteye. Maybe yourself… Here’s the UK Link Here’s …
 
The Grey Woman by Mrs Elizabeth Gaskell Elizabeth Gaskell Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell was born in London in 1810 and died in the country in Hampshire in 1865. She was one of the most famous women novelists of the Victorian period. As well as being a novelist, she was a biographer and wrote a biography of Charlotte Bronte which was published in 1857.…
 
You already are a personal brand, and as my friend Mike Kim says, you might as well be a better one. Personal branding isn't just for celebrities, public speakers, or internet gurus…It's for YOU! This week's episode will help you make big strides in your own personal brand, thanks to Mike's expert advice. Feature Presentation Throughout my years of…
 
What if you find a magic box that led you into a sleepy dreamworld? The Box of Delights is a sleep story for adults designed to get you dozing. Don't listen to the end—drift off! Don't study it intensely, fall asleep. Dream on! Get The Book The first twenty-three sleep stories are available in book form so you can read them out to someone you love …
 
A comic ghost story from Edwardian London–perfect to relax to and not scary at all. The Lost Tragedy by Denis Mackail Denis Mackail was born in 1892 in London. His mother was the daughter of the famous pre-Raphaelite painter Edward Burne-Jones. His father was Scottish, born on the Isle of Bute, and later Professor of Poetry at Oxford University and…
 
I reminisce about a library I used to know, long ago, with its wooden shelves and quiet and big window that overlooked the western sea. I must admit, I dozed off there sometimes. I hope you will too. Get The Book The first twenty-three sleep stories are available in book form so you can read them out to someone you love who needs some shuteye. Mayb…
 
So many of us still have life "on pause" as a result of the last 18 months. Regardless of where you are or what restrictions you're still facing, it's time to press play...It's time to move forward. This week, I'm giving you 5 reasons to show you why Now is your time. Spiritual Foundations "The wicked flee though no one pursues, but the righteous a…
 
Oke of Oakhurst Part 3 How awful Alice Oke is. Though the narrator praises her as a wonderful woman she seems wholly unpleasant to me, and though William Oke is painted as a bore, he seems a thoroughly decent and mistreated man driven to madness by his wife’s caprices. William is so driven to distraction by his love for this teasing woman that when…
 
This week, I'm asking you to do some self-reflection (check yourself, before you wreck yourself.) I'm offering you 5 "Failure Factors" that can paralyze entrepreneurs if left unchecked. The good news is this: Even if you see some, or all of these factors in yourself, there is a simple solution. That's what I'm giving you in this week's episode. Spi…
 
What could be more relaxing than drifting on a long boat down a canal in the heart of rural England, enjoying the warm breeze, nature, and wildlife while the evening becomes night and the moon rises. Sleep on, sweet dreamer, sleep! Get The Book The first twenty-three sleep stories are available in book form so you can read them out to someone you l…
 
Oke of Oakhurst by Vernon Lee Part 2 So the story develops. It begins by our painter narrator noting the strange fascination Alice Oke has for her namesake from 1626. I wonder whether that precise date is important? Later on, he discovers that not only is she wearing a dress copied from the 1626 Alice Oke’s portrait, but it is the very dress. She m…
 
In this week's episode I want to talk about what I believe to be the future of online education - Cohort Based Learning. This isn't a new concept, but it IS revolutionary. After all, a revolution is simply a return to the beginning. Cohort-Based learning fills in the missing pieces that we sacrifice when we're not in a physical classroom: The inter…
 
If you wait until the seven dwarfs have gone home to Snow White, I bet there is a sleepy place down that diamond mine, where you can rest on a bed of precious stones and sleep the night away. Get The Book The first twenty-three sleep stories are available in book form so you can read them out to someone you love who needs some shuteye. Maybe yourse…
 
Oke of Oakhurst by Vernon Lee Vernon Lee Despite sounding so masculine, Vernon Lee was actually a woman called Violet Paget, born in France in 1856 and died in Italy in 1935. Despite these location she identified as English. Her biographer Vineta Colby says that Lee was English by nationality, French by an accident of birth and Italian by choice. A…
 
Tik Tok may have started as a platform built for teens and tweens to post dancing videos and the like, but that is NOT what it is today. These days, it's a viable platform for marketing yourself and your business. But wait...there are plenty of those, why would you need another? Because, unlike most of the other big players, Tik Tok does not requir…
 
Imagine if you could fly all the way through the solar system and out the distant constellations. The things you would see there would make you very sleepy, I bet. I hope they do. Get The Book The first twenty-three sleep stories are available in book form so you can read them out to someone you love who needs some shuteye. Maybe yourself… Here’s t…
 
Minuke by Nigel Kneale Nigel Kneale Nigel Kneale was born in Barrow in Furness in 1922, which was then part of Lancashire “North of the Sands”, and since 1974 part of the modern county of Cumbria. He died in 2006 in London. Neale’s family came from the Isle of Man, which is clearly visible from the coast of Cumbria. I saw it yesterday but not today…
 
I’ve got a couple of big, epiphany inducing, points to share in this week’s episode, and I can’t wait for you to jump in. The first is a personal revelation that I’ve had that will be impactful for anyone who makes or takes a digital course: Cohort-Based Learning. If you sell (or plan to sell) a course, there’s something you need to know: It won’t …
 
If you set out to walk in the mist, then found yourself among the clouds, what dreamy things you might see there? Things that would get you off to sleep, slumbering and dozing and napping all through the hours where there are rainbows and star falls and big fluffy clouds Get The Book The first twenty-three sleep stories are available in book form s…
 
A Dog in Dürer’s Etching “The Knight, Death and the Devil” Albrecht Dürer Albrecht Dürer was born in Nuremberg, a Free Imperial City of the Holy Roman Empire in 1471. He died aged 58, also in Nuremberg. He was a famous printmaker in his time and travelled across Europe. His work mainly consists of engravings and woodcuts. The Knight, Death & The De…
 
Successful entrepreneurs are typically go-getters, but too much go-getting can cost you everything you're supposed to be working for. This week, I'm giving you 5 reasons why taking time off can not only help you realize your dreams, but also give you the time to enjoy them. Spiritual Foundations The plans of the diligent lead surely to abundance, b…
 
This sleep story for adults tells the tale of a stroll across the idyllic summer day sands by the sea across from the island before you wend your way home through the sea grass to your cottage by the sea where you can have a very good sleep. Get The Book The first twenty-three sleep stories are available in book form so you can read them out to som…
 
Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu Le Fanu was an Irish writer born in Dublin in 1814 and who died in Dublin in 1873. In his time he was the leading writer of ghost stories and macabre tales. On the podcast, we have read out his masterwork, Carmilla, but Green Tea is an equally well-known story. He was judged by the master ghost story writer of a later genera…
 
My guest this week has a solution to a problem that most of us are probably guilty of: We read a book and acquire some great knowledge, but never put it to use. I can't give you an exact total of self-improvement and business related books I've read, but I'm certain it's a three digit number. Yet, there is so much I've learned that never made it to…
 
In this sleep story for adults, we take a dreamy rainy bus ride through London, starting at Kew Gardens, past Buckingham Place and the Regents Canal, taking a peek at the Zoo and then buy things we don't need at Camden Market before falling asleep on the bus and waking up at High Barnet, as always happens. Get The Book The first twenty-three sleep …
 
A gothic story of a wronged bride who returns from beyond the grave to right the injustice visited upon her. Written by Paula Readman an award-winning living writer from England. The story reading is followed by an interview with Paula Readman Author of Seeking The Dark https://mybook.to/seekingthedark Stone Angels, https://mybook.to/stoneangels Th…
 
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