Oh, Best Made. You are the best.
In his autobiography Benjamin Franklin outlined a "Precept of Order, requiring that every part of my business should have its allotted time, one page in my little book contain'd the following scheme of employment for the twenty-four hours of a natural day." The first order of business in his precept was to ask himself simply, "What good shall I do this day?" With this concise introspection guiding him a great American luminary got cracking. What good shall you do this day? Whether it's nailed to the wall, leaned up against a bookshelf, or offered as an inspirational gift, we know that this enamel sign — designed with the original Best Made "Indicator" typeface — will lay the foundations to a virtuous day.
Best Made Company — "What Good..." Enamel Steel Sign