In 2013 Banyan Hill Publishing Company hired Ted Bauman as a replacement for his father, Bob Bauman. Since beginning at the company, he has gone on to become one of the most widely read authors due to the popularity of his financial advice and newsletter The Bauman Letter. He is also a regular contributor to Plan B Club as well as Alpha Stock Alert. He primarily produces publications that are aimed at informing his readers on new methods and asset protection, privacy, international migration issues, and low-risk investment. His personal philosophy includes helping individuals lead a sovereign life away from the oversight of big government and big corporations.
While Ted Bauman grew up in the United States of America upon graduating high school, he emigrated to South Africa and attended the University of Cape Town. At the University of Cape Town, he was able to complete his postgraduate degrees in both economics and history and went on to have a 25-year long career in South Africa. Read more about Ted Bauman at Bloomberg
He recently completed an interview where he answered some common questions in regards to what has made him the man who he is today and how he achieved the level of success that he has. Ted Bauman described that on a typical day he finds that he does his best work first thing in the morning after getting his daughter to school. He finds that he is most productive if he is able to get an early start and get a little bit of work done before the business day even begins.
In regards to how he is able to bring life to his ideas, he responded to that he focuses on developing ways to write about topics that are typically viewed as mundane such as finance and asset protection in a manner which engages his readers. He does so by bringing real-life examples to which his readers are able to relate.
Ted Bauman takes great pride in the ability for his writing to influence his readers to question the very nature of not only the US economy but the global economy as well. For example, many individuals are now beginning to question the practice of succumbing to the interests of large corporations.
Ted Bauman believes that if he had a chance to start again the most important change he would make is the development of better time management strategies early in his life. He believes that this would have led to much greater productivity much earlier on.