Ted Bauman and What he Learned from McDonald’s

Ted Bauman works with Banyan Hill Publishing. He is the editor of three newsletters with Banyan Hill. His newsletters are called The Bauman Letter, Plan B Club, and Alpha Stock Alert. The Bauman Letter is one of his most popular newsletters. Bauman is regarded as a financial consultant. The contents of his newsletters consist of giving his readers and subscribers advice about their finances. Recently, Ted sat down with Ideamensh and talked about what the worst job he had in his life, what is a recent $100 purchase he made, and what book he would recommend everyone should read.

When Ideamensh asked Ted Bauman what the worst job he had ever had was, he did not have an answer to give them. Bauman has worked at McDonald’s, Burger King, and several gas stations. He could not decide which was

s the worst. Ted thinks there was much to be learned from these jobs. The most important thing he learned is that the people at the bottom are equally as important s the people at the top. Without the people at the bottom, there would be no business.

Recently, Yed Bauman bought a rice cooker. He enjoys cooking. The rice cooker Bauman bought was no ordinary rice cooker. It was made in Japan and was imported to the United States. When he bought the rice cooker, he first made a batch of that wholesome staple.

There is always one book people will read and recommend everyone else read. Ted Bauman is no exception. He has read Capital in the 21st Century. Bauman enjoyed the title by Piketty. Why he would recommend others read it, is not merely because he enjoyed it, but because it relates to the advice he gives others with his newsletters.

Ted Bauman is a graduate of the University of Cape Town. He has two post-graduate degrees from Cape Town. These degrees are in economics and history. He was born in Washinton DC. He grew up in Maryland. He spent 25 years after high school in South Africa. Bauman lives in Atlanta, GA with his wife. They have one daughter.

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