Ted Bauman has always had a proclivity to want to share his information. He gathered substantial information in the world of economics while earning his degree from the University of Cape Town. While there, he also earned a degree in history. In a lot of ways, these two concepts are related. Understanding the past is important to understanding the history of economics. He used this knowledge to secure a position in the nonprofit sector. He became a project manager and eventually a consultant in the industry. One of the main projects that he worked on for most of his career was low-income housing. He worked with various international organizations and traveled all over the world. He has been published in multiple journals and he is now a prestigious writer for Banyan Hill publishing with an extensive readership.
Recently, Ideamensch caught up with Ted Bauman to ask him some questions about his motivations and productivity. They wanted to understand what his typical day looks like. Ted Bauman explains that his typical day is centered around a morning with his daughter where he takes her to school and then going into his home office to begin his workday. Sometimes, Bauman states that he goes down to work early for the day. It is a chance for him to get a jump start on some of the activities that matter the most. Bauman tells his interviewer that he noticed a while back that he can be more productive on difficult tasks in the morning. This is a habit he is now integrated into his schedule.
As the author of Alpha Stock Alert and Plan B Club, Ted Bauman wants to provide his readers with the information they need to make sound economic decisions for their own families. One of the things that he feels most encouraged about for the future of economics is his readers’ expanding economic knowledge. He is hopeful that as they continue to gather information they will become aware of how much work the economic system needs. He is particularly interested in a shift away from the interests of big business. For him, it is an exciting time to be a writer and producer of this needed material.
About Ted Bauman: medium.com/@TedBauman