Ted Bauman has worked in a number of positions throughout his career, most notably, spending 25 years in South Africa where he worked predominately as a fund manager in the nonprofit housing sector. While he was born in Washington D.C., Mr. Bauman emigrated to South Africa as a young adult, attending college at the University of Cape Town where he garnered postgraduate degrees in History and Economics. Throughout his career, he has worked with a number of reputable organizations, including the United Nations, the World Bank, and several grant-making agencies in Europe, in an effort to help solve a myriad of housing and urban planning issues that have long existed. He returned to the United States, securing a directorial position with Habitat For Humanity, where he stayed until coming aboard with Banyan Hill Publishing in 2013. He currently resides in Atlanta, GA with his wife and daughter and works predominately from his basement office.
Each day, Ted Bauman begins by dropping his daughter off at school, after which he returns home to immediately begin working at his office. Due to the fact that time management is such an important factor in what he does, he relishes in the fact that he does not have to commute, dealing with the harsh traffic often associated with Atlanta. When beginning work, he normally tackles the most difficult tasks first, feeling that early morning is the most productive period of his day, and because of this, he staunchly avoids any unnecessary distractions that may throw him off course. The connection with his audience is imperative because the information that he prescribes can have such a strong effect on the trajectory of their financial standings, so he spends a great deal of time scouring the internet, searching for the latest economic trends. As many of financial topics are often perceived to be mundane, he utilizes great writing and narrative ability to ensure that his words jump off the page – properly engaging his audience. View Ted Bauman’s profile on LinkedIn
Being that it is his job to stay on top of economic trends around the world that may greatly affect his audience, Ted Bauman has noticed a growing trend amongst his audience – they are beginning to question many of the longstanding principles and relationships that exist between corporate entities and the government, calling out many of their inconsistencies. This has led them to also seek possible solutions to the problems that will undoubtedly affect their financial futures.
— Ted Bauman Guru (@Ted_B_Guru) February 5, 2018
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