Small Daily Improvements are those things you learn every day or get better at doing. It may be your Spiritual, Academic, Social and/or Professional life!

You will soon wake up to discover that those daily improvements have paid off. The little things you do really matter because only small changes turn into big ones.

You may not see the progress immediately but looking back in weeks, months and years to come will be worth it Afterall.

It is always on the good side to train oneself in any endeavor one finds herself. Few days ago, my friend, Olayemi Ajewole, mentioned that Bukunmi Oluwasina had improved over the months which is evident in her new movie – Akalamagbo. To this, I gave a huge confirmation because I’m a big fan of hers.

Also,

I read something Simi wrote on her IG page days ago that a huge part of her self-development plan this year is to start a production class and she uploaded a skit done in class for her fans to watch. Followers here and there threw jabs amidst words of encouragement! “Hope you got a high score”, “…fake voice” “love you Simi”. Whether you like it or not, she is getting better and stronger.

The question here is, ‘if your Man Crush Monday or Woman Crush Wednesday is daily building him/herself to be a better human, then, what are you waiting for?’ Think about the small daily improvements!

One more thing!

Be intentional about your self-development and recognize that even though they happen daily, they are pieces of a bigger picture.

Never lose sight of the main reason for the small daily improvements!

So, trust the process…

Get a plan!

Work towards it through small daily improvements!

Anyways, as a matter of gist, Rabi Usman and I were at the IDP camps yesterday! Watch here. Feel free to subscribe to my Youtube channel.

Enjoy the rest of today!

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Rebecca Maulome Padonu is an enthusiastic writer with a soft spot for factions. A RubyWrites 2016 finalist. She has completed several freelance writing projects, including BBC Media Action’s Drama series, Story Story (series 32 & 33).

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