Ted Bauman and The Bauman Letter

Ted Bauman works with Banyan Hill Publishing as an editor. He is a famous person with an attractive and colorful resume. He presently focuses on asset protection as well as low-risk investment strategies. He talks boldly of the years he spent at the McDonald as well as working at a gas station while still a young adult. According to him, the two jobs made him understand what it is like to be a person in a working-class setting. He goes ahead to stay that the jobs allowed him appreciate what people go through to make ends meet by physically working hard and being under harsh bosses and supervisors. These are the jobs that gave him the experience as well as made him appreciate the fact that treating people well must be about paying attention to their welfare right from the bottom to top.

Ted Bauman was born in Washington D.C. He received his post-graduate degree from the Cape Town University in economics and history. He traveled throughout the Latin America as well as the Caribbean while he was working with Habitat for Humanity. Ted Bauman helped develop Slum Dwellers International, an organization that has helped more than 14 million individuals in 35 nations.

Ted has regret in life. He claims that he failed to use his time well in his career. He goes ahead to say that he would have done more if only he knew what he knows now. Over time he has come to lean that it is essential to put aside the most productive portion of the day to handle what is in front of you.

Various publications and prominent journals in the world have published about Ted Bauman, and he has done considerable study as well as writing for the government of South Africa, United Nations as well as other nonprofit agencies in Europe. The Bauman Letter is one of the three bogs that he edits at Banyan. Recently, he came up with approaches for disaster-proofing valuables. Ted Bauman also has come up with recommendations of keeping storage of assets far away from financial institutions. One of the recommendations includes having a lockbox or home safe.