Ted Baum : From South Africa to Banyan Hill

Since 2013, Ted Bauman has been an editor to The Bauman Letter, Plan B Club, and Alpha Stock Market, under the Banyan Hill Publishing umbrella, where he focuses on low-risk investments, asset protection, and international migration. After growing up on Maryland’s eastern shore, Mr. Bauman decided to emigrate to South Africa, where he completed his postgraduate studies at the University of Cape Town, before beginning a 25-year career in the nonprofit sector. Throughout his career, he has dedicated himself to helping others connect with resources that will benefit their overall quality of life. He currently lives in Atlanta, GA with his wife and daughter. Learn more about Ted Bauman  for more info.

Ted Bauman’s workday typically begins early in the morning after he takes his daughter to school. He works out of his basement office, eliminating the need for a commute, which allows him to jump into his assignments immediately. Over the years, he has found that he is at his most productive first thing in the morning, because of this, he makes a habit of avoiding any unnecessary distractions, helping him to reach maximum productivity on a regular basis. Because time management is such an integral part in his productivity, he usually takes on his toughest tasks as soon as work begins, staunchly adhering to this strict schedule.

As a writer, Ted Bauman makes an effort to adhere to the tastes of his audience, so he is constantly scouring news outlets, both mainstream and obscure, in order to stay atop of the latest trends. This is imperative because the information that he relays to his readership can affect a number of things in their personal life, including wealth, financial security, as well as their freedom. Although Mr. Bauman works with an incredible team at Banyan Hill Publishing, he prefers to do his own research instead of receiving information second hand. Mr. Bauman, due to his occupation, is also an avid reader, and he recommends reading “Capital in the 21st Century” by Thomas Piketty, as it offers a wealth of information to those in the business world, outside of his basic thesis. He is of the opinion that it is supremely beneficial to “read something that goes against your typical inclinations.” In business, Mr. Bauman is of the belief that everyone will experience a number of failures throughout their careers, and he admits, that if he could start over, he would place better emphasis in managing his time, as it is the key to a productive career. Read more:https://www.linkedin.com/in/tedbauman

 

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