Ted Bauman was born in Washington, DC, and raised in Maryland. He attended the University of Cape Town, after immigrating to South Africa, and graduated with a post graduate degree in History and Economics. Bauman currently lives in Atlanta, Georgia. After graduating from college, he found employment opportunities in the non-profit sector, and became the fund manager for low-cost housing. He helped establish an organization known as “Slum Dwellers International.”
Ted Bauman took on challenges with Banyan Hill Publications in 2013. He took on the editorial role of the Alpha Stock Alert, Bauman Letter, andthe Plan B Club. The publications specialize in helping people protect their assets, low risk investment strategies and international migration issues. View Ted Bauman’s profile on LinkedIn
When asked about his day, Bauman reports after he sends his daughter off to school, he heads to his home office and starts his work day. He checks out the news of the day, paying particular attention to the topics of interest that matter the most to his subscribers and readers. Being a write, he strives to bring value to Banyan Hill Publishers and writes compelling copy about topics that may seem lifeless and mundane.
A trend he finds fascinating, as well as exciting is his readers that question the state of the economy and not just the domestic economy, but the international economy, as well. His readers are asking if the right business strategy is to bend over backwards for big business and if such a strategy is providing benefits for all or just big business. It is a good thing to Bauman that ordinary people are interested in the right solutions to the problems that confront business, as well as the general population.
One of Bauman’s favorite habits is start the day as early as possible as that time of day tends to be his most productive. He prefers to focus on work at that time of day rather than interacting with others. He learned early in life the kinds of job he prefers after working in the fast food industry and as a gas station attendant. He learned valuable lessons from those jobs, but certainly did not want to make a career out of any of them.
If he had to begin again, he would develop better time management skills. Rather than trying to adapt work style to time, he would refine his time management skills to make himself more efficient in everything he did. Bauman also would have learned the technical aspects of economics. His goal is to focus on the topics he is considered an expert about. He can provide better insight for his readers and their wealth. More information can be found by visiting: https://tedbaumanguru.com/