After CEO Robert Ming dies in plane crash, ThoughtWorld Leadership plans to continue Social media and market research firm prepares to enter beta testing

“The world has lost a great leader whose vision was to save humanity from hatred and division. His dream for ThoughtWorld, to create a place for thoughtful and reasoned discussion of real and important issues that is not in prey to tribal arguments and wickedness,” said Chief Executive Officer Jim Hill. “This dream will continue.”

Those who know Robert know he would like to see ThoughtWorld have a positive impact on planet Earth. With this in mind, ThoughtWorld will continue preparations for the beta testing phase of the website and App Store updates planned for the coming weeks and months. These milestones, while bittersweet, bring Robert’s vision one step closer to reality.

ThoughtWorld ( is a truly innovative online space where people can securely and anonymously share their thoughts, see what others are thinking, and add real value to the public conversation. At ThoughtWorld, users vote on topics and literally change the landscape of thought. ThoughtWorld’s interactive virtual world responds to the votes of its users. Popular thoughts rise like mountains and unpopular thoughts sink like valleys.

Robert’s vision was that everyone’s thoughts would have a place on the global spectrum, where people could safely and anonymously share what they think, see what others think, and add real value to the studies of market and data science.

Filling Robert’s shoes is tough, but ThoughWorld’s management team will step up their efforts to bring this revolutionary product to market. Chief Customer Officer Lessie Russellrevenue manager Sanford CameronCEO Jim Hill will continue in their roles and coordinate efforts for technology, marketing and sales.

Ming’s heart for the human race was captured through his vision, mission, and the future of ThoughtWorld. Min said…“ThoughtWorld is the least we can do to serve. Many people no longer feel safe to share their true thoughts or opinions online. With so many lies and half-truths, censorship and cancellation cultural maintenance ideas suppressed, hard for people to know what to believe.”

Ming wasn’t just the founder and CEO of ThoughtWorld. He was also a founding partner of Quadrant Law Group, a law firm specializing in the negotiation of technology contracts. Ming has also served as mayor of Laguna Niguel, California twice.

Ming also founded the Association of California Cities – Orange County, a public policy think tank that brings together elected officials to tackle some of today’s toughest political issues. He loved creating safe places for people to learn and expand their minds, as he did as president of Stoneybrooke Christian Schools, where he served for 17 years.

His wife Susie is committed to Robert’s legacy and mission to create a brave new world where their four children can hear and be heard without fear or violence, where they can think and understand the opinions of others and bridge the gaps between people.

SOURCEWorld of Thought

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