Ted Bauman is popularly known as an editor for Alpha Stock Alert, the Plan B Club and the Bauman Letter. Bauman took up a job at Banyan Hill Publishing back in 2013 and his areas of specialty include international migration issues, privacy, asset protection, and in various low-risk investment strategies.
Bauman was born in Washington, D.C. and he spent his childhood in Maryland’s Eastern shore. He later moved to South Africa as a young adult. During his stay in South Africa, Bauman attended the University of Cape Town and graduated from the institution with a postgraduate degree in the field of economics and history.
Being productive is an important part of Bauman’s daily professional routine. Bauman once revealed that he would have been much more productive during his earlier career if he knew the importance of setting aside the most productive part of an individual’s day to work on the most demanding tasks.
Ted Bauman is a family man and he doesn’t let this come between his professional life. Bauman reveals that the secret to succeeding in the personal and professional space is to strike a balance between life and work. Before reporting to work in the morning, Ted Bauman drops off his daughter at school. Every morning, Bauman wakes up early to work on some of his day’s tasks even before his business day starts, this ensures that he completes his day’s objectives.
As an editor, Ted Bauman’s work involves a lot of writing. Each employee at Banyan Hill Publishing brings in something unique and for Bauman, this is his ability to add value to the publishing firm through writing about various essential topics in a manner that the audience will want to read more.
Bauman is both a critical thinker and writer. Topics that are related to investment, finance, or even asset protection can be challenging to cover if you are writing for a broad target audience. Ted Bauman uses his excellent writing and narration skills to explain to his readers why various topics are important. A good example of a sensitive topic Bauman recently covered is why individuals need to protect their assets.
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