In 2013, Ted Bauman joined Banyan Hill Publishing, and today, he is the editor of The Bauman Letter, Alpha Stock Alert, and Plan B Club where he focuses on issues regarding international migration and asset protection. Mr. Bauman has dedicated his life to connecting people with resources, helping to ensure that they live autonomous lives, apart from government and corporate subjugation. While he was raised on Maryland’s eastern shore, he eventually ventured to South Africa, where he completed his postgraduate studies at the University of Cape Town, garnering degrees in History and Economics. As an executive in South Africa, Ted Bauman participated in a number of nonprofit ventures, including helping to found Slum Dwellers International, which has, to date, helped nearly 15 million people secure proper housing. Today he lives with his wife and daughter in Atlanta, GA. See the complete profile on LinkedIn
Ted Bauman usually begins his day dropping his daughter off at school, before returning home to his basement office to begin his day’s work. Over the years, Mr. Bauman has made a habit of conducting his most difficult work first thing in the morning, learning that he tends to be most productive at that period of the day. Adhering to a strict schedule, he attempts to avoid all distractions and things that do not pertain to work during this time, using it to gather information regarding any of the upcoming topics he intends to discuss with his audience. When researching, he tends to scour the mainstream sites, as well as obscure new outlets in order to give the most valid information to his readership, while also staying ahead of the curve. According to Ted Bauman, “it is absolutely critical for anyone in my business to keep themselves well-informed.” He also prefers to do his research personally, not divvying this responsibility out to anyone on his team, helping to keep him abreast of any changing trends.
When discussing any changes that he would have made if he were allowed the opportunity to go back, he cites utilizing his time to much better effect. With time management being the key asset to his success, he now tries to maximize it in order to be as productive as possible. As a writer, Ted Bauman is also an avid reader, and he recommends that anyone in business read something that goes against their major principles in order to garner a complete understanding of both sides of the argument. Visit:https://medium.com/@TedBauman