Editor of the Bauman, Plan B Club, and Alpha Stock Alert of Banyan Hill Publishing, Ted Bauman began his career holding executive positions in South Africa. Mr. Bauman had emigrated to South Africa from the U.S. at an early age, he eventually obtained a Master’s Degree in Economics and History at the University of Cape Town. While in South Africa, he specialized in the non-profit sector for urban housing, preparing him for what will be his next several career moves. He has researched and wrote for well known clients like the UN, World Bank, the South African Government, and European grant-making agencies. Moving back to the United States in 2008, Ted Bauman performed as the Director of International Housing Programs for Habitat for Humanity International up until 2013. Now, as a researcher and writer at Banyan Hill Publishing, Bauman uses his knowledge and experience to help those who seek the Sovereign way of life. In his writings, he carefully guides his readers through several different options for maximizing their wealth.
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Growing up in the Philippines, Bernardo Chua often heard his grandparents discussing the traditional Chinese health benefits of a certain mushroom. But unlike many children who roll their eyes and continue playing, Chua listened. When the time came to find a way to pursue his dream of helping others, he applied what his grandparents taught him and became a marketing powerhouse and acclaimed medical professional. View Bernardo Chua’s full profile at LinkedIn
The Mushroom, and How Chua Made It Famous
Known to the West as the Red Reishi mushroom, Chua’s company markets it by its Latin name Ganoderma Lucidum. This mushroom has been carefully studied and found to possess all of the active ingredients in the Mycetes class of mushrooms, each to a quantity sufficient to produce positive results in the human body. These results include:
- Enhancing the Immune System
- Neutralizing Toxins
- Reducing Free Radicals
- Removing Circulatory Blockages
The genius of Chua’s vision is what he was able to do with this mushroom. By adding it to a line of coffees teas and other everyday products, Chua was able to make the Ganoderma accessible to customers in the West through his direct sales company Organo Gold
Organo Gold Breaks International Barriers
Miracle mushroom in hand, Chua set off to improve the health of as many people as he could reach. Seeing that a direct sales platform would allow him to grow quickly beyond the Philippines, Chua launched and maintained a healthy corporation. By 2018, Organo Gold had become a company operating internationally, based in Canada, received several awards, and grown to the 55th largest direct sales company in the world. And standing at the helm as founder and Chief Executive Officer is Bernardo Chua, the man who listened to his grandparents. For more information on Chua and his corporate interests.
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Igor Cornelsen is a retired investment banker. He was born in Curitiba, Brazil and in 1965 he started attending the Federal University of Parana. He wanted to become an engineer and this university was the only one that taught this subject in his home state. In his junior year, though, he decided he was more interested in financial matters than engineering and so he switched his major to economics.
It was in 1970 that he graduated from the Federal University of Parana. He found a job right away at a local investment bank. Igor Cornelsen says that his engineering background was really helpful in getting this job because he could quickly and easily figure out compounded interest rates using a sliding ruler, recalling that back then just about nobody had calculators let alone computers. Follow Igor Cornelsen on Twitter.
After achieving a high degree of success he moved to Rio and ended up earning a seat on Multibanco’s board of directors at first and then becoming the chief executive officer two years after that. He recalls that it was in 1978 he decided to join Unibanco which at the time was one of the most successful investments firms in Brazil.
The biggest break of Igor Cornelsen’s professional career occurred in 1985 when he joined Libra Bank PLC. Because this firm was a London Merchant Bank he went from being paid in Brazilian currency to instead getting paid in American dollars. This was huge for him, he says, because it allowed him to start investing his personal funds internationally. He started to invest in European companies as well as some in America.
Igor Cornelsen now splits his time between a home in Brazil and one he owns in Southern Florida. He says that he chose Florida because it has a large number of golf courses and that is by far his favorite hobby. He also likes that the weather there allows him to play all year long. He also says that even though he is “officially” retired he also does work as a consultant from time to time where he shares his knowledge with executives in the banking industry. See more: https://angel.co/igorcornelsen1