I'm a successful entrepreneur (online and off), writer, and "info product" developer.
I've written (or ghost written) a boatload of bestselling ebooks, Kindles, Nooks and information products.
I've launched, managed, bought and sold dozens of businesses. I've also advised hundreds of entrepreneurs, companies and start-up ventures.
A copywriter assigned the moniker "The King of Business Opportunities" to me in 2005 while developing a promotion for Profit Center Dispatch.
I continue to write, advise start-up ventures, speak at events, and focus on my friends and family. I have three beautiful kids. We live in Owls Head Maine.
Belfast — Ted Alex is 52 years old and has salt-and-pepper hair, smiling eyes, and a vibrant voice that fills the room. He laughs a lot, too, and his upbeat persona is unexpected, given what he's had to endure.
Ted's son, Jeremy Alex, who lived in Belfast and would have celebrated his 34th birthday on April 8, went missing six years ago this week.
He remains missing to this day. Although the case remains open, and police are still active in their investigation, Ted has little hope of seeing his son alive again. He does, however, hope to find answers and to spare other families the type of pain he has experienced.