Ted Bauman Of Banyan Hill Publishing Shares His Thoughts


Ted Bauman became a member of the Banyan Hill Publishing team in 2013 and is the editor of a number of publications produced by the company. Bauman specializes in the protection of assets, issues of privacy protection, and strategies to facilitate low-risk investments.

Bauman was born in Washington, D.C. and is determined to bring to people the necessary resources to provide from themselves a life that that is free from both oversights by the government and the effects of greed from corporate entities.

Bauman left for South Africa not long after high school and received a postgraduate degree in History and Economics from Cape Town, South Africa. He would eventually spend 25 years in the country where he served in a variety of roles in the nonprofit sector.

Recently Ted Bauman took some time to share some of the insights gained from his experiences.

Can You Describe For Us What A Typical Day In Your Life Looks Like

When I awake in the morning, I get my daughter ready for school. Once she is gone I head to the basement where I have made my office. Not having a morning commute makes it possible for me to dive right into my day’s work. It helps that I do my best work early in the morning. I usually work until 5:00 P.M.

How Do Your Ideas Become Reality

Well, writing is my job. My value to Banyan Hill because I construct articles about important topics that increase the interests of readers. It is important for writers of material that sometimes can seem dry to readers is to use their writing skill to convince readers of the topic’s importance. Real life examples are needed so that a vivid picture is painted by the reader’s mind’s eye.

Is There A Current Trend That Excites You

Yes. The growing trend of people wanting to understand how the economy really works. I see this as a trend with not just the U.S. economy but the economy of the world. My readers, in particular, are starting to question the logic of jumping through hoops to satisfy the interests of big business.

What Is Your Most Productive Habit

I think it is one I mentioned before. I wake up early and perform my duties during the time of the day that I can be most productive. I understand when I am most productive and make sure that time of day is mine alone to work. See more: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tedbauman

 

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