Ted Bauman joined Banyan Hill Publishing in 2013. He is both an editor and writer of this highly prominent publications. Ted is a complex iconic man in the investment industry. His resume is both enviable and colorful. Currently, he is a specialist in asset protection and low-risk investment strategies. Ted never regrets the years that he worked at McDonald’s, gas station, and Burger King during his young age. In his statement, he noted that those jobs taught him great investment lessons regarding what it entails to be in a working environment. What it is to hustle and cater for your own needs physically. He also earned experience in what it is like to be under strict supervision of your bosses and supervisors. The baseline is that these jobs experience showed him that it’s mandatory for one to pay attention to the people’s welfare at the top and at the bottom importance of appreciating if you are interested in having a long-term development of a society.
Ted Bauman was born in the United States of America, Washington DC. He was brought up in the East Coast shore but later moved to South Africa to pursue his education. He attained a postgraduate degree in history and economics from the University of Cape Town. He had great time with Habitat for Humanity that enabled him to travel all across Latin America and Caribbean. Ted Bauman is also a founder of Slum Dwellers International. This organization has grown, and it currently serves fourteen million people across 35 countries.
Despite his vast experience and exposure that has enabled him to gain incredible skills, Ted Bauman regrets his failure in making great use of his time in the early stages of his career. Ted pointed out that he would have been a bit more productive if he would have known what he currently knows about the importance of spending much of the days’ time in work on the most critical issues. Ted has been featured in some of the most prominent journals in the world. He has been involved in various extensive research studies. He has also published many articles for the South African Government, the United Nations, as well as numerous non-governmental organizations in Europe.