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Without constant communication with your community, you’ll lose contact and connection. Writer, Ted Bauer discusses business, employment, writing for a living, Dunbar’s number, and how to engage with your community in this wide ranging conversation.

Ted Bauer

Ted Bauer

Context of Things

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Ted Bauer

Mark S A Smith: My guest today is Ted Bauer, who is a freelance writer, ghostwriter, and copywriter, and he writes for a variety of clients in industries large and small. What he does is helps put the ideas of disruptive products and services into the minds and hearts of clients and influencers. Welcome to the show, Ted.

Ted Bauer: Thank you so much for having me, Mark. I really appreciate it.

Mark S A Smith: I love the name of your company, called Context of Things, and I think that’s how we have to sell today. We have to talk about context. How did you get into this business of writing?

Ted Bauer: I’ve been writing in general as long as I can remember. The first thing I signed up for was a newspaper as a fourth grader. There’s a lot of problems with the standard office job, and I feel like I had experienced a lot of them, so I was ready to move forward from that, so I put a lot of myself into this.

Mark S A Smith: How did you choose this particular industry to write in?

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