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Thought Circus ::: Extraordinary Information About Our World | June 27, 2017

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Our Publishers

Rob Wormley, Thought Circus Publisher & Founder

photoRob Wormley is passionate about communication, people, and the tools we use to share and relate to each other as humans. He lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota near his girlfriend Jessica and the rest of his close family.

Rob is a storyteller. With an educational background in journalism and sociology, and a professional background in digital marketing, Rob has made it his mission to help brands and individuals effectively tell their stories and share their value.

When he’s not working, Rob enjoys staying healthy and active, reading, eating good food and drinking good craft beer, attending church, and spending as much time outdoors as possible.

His primary role at Thought Circus is to orchestrate the inner workings of the brand. He makes sure all the “parts” are running smoothly, and is responsible for ensuring that our “big picture” goals become realities. He also contributes to website, sharing content on craft beer, photography, business, and books.

“To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment.” ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson

Jeremy Anderberg, Thought Circus Publisher & Editor-in-Chief

479698_722674352981_774990840_n (1)Jeremy lives in beautiful Denver, Colorado with his wife, Jane. During the day, he is Editor & Community Manager at The Art of Manliness. He is also a freelance editor for book manuscripts, blog posts, business articles, etc.

In his spare time, Jeremy reads way too many books, drinks too much coffee, and enjoys a good craft beer at least four nights a week. He also thoroughly enjoys getting into the Rocky Mountains with his wife on a regular basis.

His primary role at Thought Circus is to edit all the contributor posts that come in, as well as take on writing about books, beer, and every once in a while, philosophy and religion. He also brainstorms with Rob about how to make Thought Circus even more awesome.

“There doesn’t seem to be a shortage of ideas. What’s missing is the will to make the ideas happen.” ~ Seth Godin