Ted Bauman: Doing What Works, Doing What Matters

Ted Bauman feels that capturing the time of day one is the most productive can help with being productive in general. Ted Bauman has been a member of Banyan Hill Publishing since 2013, having been editor of The Bauman Letter, Plan B Club, and Alpha Stock Alert, where he specializes in asset protection privacy, international migration issues, and low risk investment strategies. He lives in Atlanta, GA with his family. Bauman believes in using his influence on others to guide them to resources they need to live a sovereign life free of government influence. He graduated from the University of Cape Town South Africa, with post-graduate degrees in Economics and History.

He has founded Slum Dwellers Internationals to advocate for low cost housing projects. This project has helped 14 million people in 35 different countries. He believes in getting up early just to be able to get stuff done before the business day officially starts. He is busy all day because he feels he has to pay attention to current business news. Ted Bauman adds his value to Banyan Hill Publishing by writing about topics in a way that makes people want to read his notable contributions more.

Writers have to have skill in writing about finances and asset protection. His writing skills reflects social changes in people asking why accommodating large businesses is a good financial strategy. Western governments have adopted this tendency over the years but are now questioning their strategies. He is a fan of ordinary people seeing the truth, not becoming prey to large companies. The early morning for him is the time to get the hardest work done. In his youth, Ted Bauman says worked typical minimum wage jobs like McDonald’s or Burger King. He was also a busboy. He didn’t feel these jobs were the worst jobs but not the best jobs he could have had. He would have focused more on technical stuff if he could get his degree over again knowing what he knows in his adult life. He tries to remain an expert on the topics he writes about for Banyan Hill Publishing, such as economics.

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