In March of this year the shareholders pushed us to start a new company with shareholder Marcus Estes; Chroma has since grown to employ six people and leading the enterprise has kept us happily busy. In June shareholders approved a 735 day relationship contract. The current stability in our life, which evidences the wisdom of the shareholders, has left us without important questions to pose recently, and so our wonderful “decision-making engine” has lain idle.
To best utilize this special tool in our relatively quiet time, we have developed an unprecedented and creative solution. We have met a brilliant young man, Jackson Gariety, whose future is undoubtedly bright, but currently unclear to him. Jackson is brimming with important questions, and he is smart enough to recognize the value of guidance at this stage in his life.
We propose to loan our decision-making engine to Jackson Gariety for the first quarter of 2014. He is offering to post no fewer than two questions each month to help him determine his future. At seventeen years old, Jackson is about to make major life decisions that will have huge impact on his future, from where to live to what career he should pursue and whether he should complete his GED. He has agreed to abide by the shareholders decisions.
As shareholder Douglas Dollars pointed out, "who of us (in hindsight) wouldn’t have benefitted from some serious yes/no guidance at that age?".
By lending the shareholder decision-making engine to Jackson we achieve two major goals. Most importantly we will be providing counsel and direction to Jackson, while secondarily demonstrating the utility of the KmikeyM system beyond our own life. If Jackson holds this post successfully, we may demonstrate the possibility that even our own death would not have to be the end of KmikeyM.
We are confident that the shareholders will guide Jackson as well as they have us, and we encourage a yes vote.
RISKS: While we wholly trust and endorse Jackson, we are also putting our stock price in his hands. By giving him access to KmikeyM we are trusting that he will not only post real questions about his future, but also abide by the results. If he should ignore the mandate of the shareholders, even years later, it could negatively impact the stock price.