In-depth with Renowned writer Ted Bauman

In 2013 Ted Bauman joined the Banyan Hill Publishing company to spread his knowledge of the world further. Mr.Bauman brings a plethora of experience from his many years working in the non-profit sector. Although born in the U.S, Ted Bauman would be live most of his adult life in South Africa where he would earn a degree in Economics and History. This allowed Mr.Bauman to create an astonishing 25-year career of connecting people all over the world to resources that allowed them to live a fruitful and free life. We recently sat down with Ted Bauman do discuss his current occupation and thoughts on the present world economy.

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How are you able to bring your ideas to life?

Ted Bauman states that as a writer, it is his job to engage the reader and make them wanting more. This often involves the use of all his writing skills to make even the most mundane topics such as asset protection interesting and reliable to the reader. Adding these real-life examples to his writings gives the readers a reason to care and a reason to come back for more.

What current trend has really caught your attention?

The growing tendency by people to question the nature of our economy, says Mr. Bauman. He adds that this isn’t solely seen within the United States but by people all over the world. They are now asking if bending over backward for a corporation is truly the best thing for the taxpayer and the future of their respective countries economy.

What habit of yours has contributed the most to your success?

Mr.Bauman states that he tends to wake up very early as this is the time of the day that he is most productive. Time management has become a focal aspect of his career, and although he doesn’t think of himself as the best time manager, he does guard this time very carefully. Resisting to do anything else in the morning is the most important thing I can do to stay productive, says Ted Bauman.


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