Keith grew up on a family farm and ranch, and knows first-hand that any good fence begins with a strong, solid, deeply-rooted, stationary cornerpost as the foundation for the entire fence. Cornerposts must withstand the pressures of the wires all along the fence, as well as the stressful forces placed by those who encounter the wires. In the same way, Cornerpost CO2 is a strong, solid, stationary place for advice and counsel under pressure and stressful situations.
The cornerpost is the cornerstone of the fence and, as Robert Frost reminds us, “good fences make good neighbors”. Cornerposts are critical for those “good fences”, and therefore are of primary importance. Neighbors often meet at the fences or cornerposts to discuss matters involving their relationship. In the same way, Cornerpost CO2 seeks to provide advice and counsel based on long-term relationships that arise out of honesty, trust, and “good fences”.
Cornerposts will eventually fail if they are not properly designed and constructed with another post and one or more braces. Cornerpost CO2 seeks to carefully design its advice and counsel based on strategic plans. “He who is noble plans noble things, and on noble things he stands.” (Isaiah 32:8).