Ideamensch sat down with Ted Bauman to talk about his current role at Banyan Hill publishing. They particularly wanted to know how he is able to make it work with his busy schedule. Ted Bauman is the editor for such publications as The Bauman Letter and Plan B Club. He is also the man responsible for Alpha Stock Alert. All of these publications are centered around asset protection, migration, and low-risk investment strategies for newbies. His articles are designed to help people take back their finances and earn some economic freedom. It is a very exciting series and people are interested to know how he does it.
One of the first things that Ted Bauman discusses in the interview is Ted Bauman’s ability to maintain a stricter work schedule. His motivation is centered around his own proclivities. He has noticed that many of his work items get done in the morning. This is one of the reasons why he decided to shift to a morning work schedule. The most important stuff gets done during this time and he completes projects from there based on their importance. This has been instrumental in his success so far. He explains that prioritizing is one of the things he would like to go back and tell his former self about. Bauman says that he may have been able to accomplish even more than he already has if he’d understood this internal process.
Ted Bauman also discusses some of the more important things when he talks about a rice cooker he recently purchased. He tells his interviewer that he purchased the rice cooker for about $100 but it is a very good cooker and it offers an authentic experience. Bauman loves to cook but he says that he did not realize how much this cooker change the experience. He had gone so long without it and it would’ve been so easy for him to simply go out and purchase one. He likens his experience to the one that his readers are getting through his articles. The information that is there will help them change their life and they will wonder how they ever got along without it.
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