Miki Matsubara (松原 みき, Matsubara Miki) (November 28, 1959 – October 7, 2004) – was a Japanese singer, lyricist, and composer from Nishi-ku, Sakai, Japan.
She is known mainly as a pop singer by some hit songs like “Mayonaka no door”, “Neat na gogo san-ji”, “The Winner”, among others. During her career, she has released 16 singles, 9 original albums. Despite her work being mainly domestic, she is well known outside Japan as an anime singer and songwriter. She also had some international work done in Tokyo with Motown musicians Dr.STRUT, from Los Angeles. On the other hand, she released a jazz cover album entitled “BLUE EYES”.
Working may make you happy, especially when you are successful and can achieve the highest career in your field. But remember one thing, that you must have time to enjoy all that, you also need to be happy in your life. You do not have to succeed first to be happy, even though your life is still in the process of success, you still have to be happy.
Enjoy your life today, because the day you have today will certainly never come back, so enjoy it as much as possible. In addition to working and doing other things, make sure you enjoy it happily. In the end, life orientation is not necessarily a great career and money, but you only need one word to enjoy your life, that is happy. Always enjoy your life and your time with maximum, so that you will not regret it later and you can live your life with a happy feeling.
Remember this story is not teaching you not to attach importance to your career, of course, you need to work hard in order to have a good career. But it is also necessary to enjoy life on the sidelines of your busy life.
May we all include people who have a good career and can enjoy our lives at all times. Because happiness will be gained when we enjoy our life.
In 1909, Royal Enfield shocked the world of motorcycles by introducing a small motorcycle engine Motosacoche V-Twin powered 2 ¼ HP (Horsepower), made in Switzerland. In 1911, the next model was powered by a 2 ¾ HP-powered engine and proudly claimed to have the famous Enfield 2 transmission gear. In 1912, the JAP V-Twin engine was powered 6 HP, with a capacity of 770 CC with a combination of sidecar. Thanks to this motorcycle, the name Enfield became very famous. In 1914, 3 HP-powered motorcycles emerged with Enfield’s own production machines which now have a standard paint scheme with enameled / black enameled and green tanks with gold trim.
Simple is good.
Simple lets you see the wood for the trees. When you try to do one thing well, rather than several things as well as you can, the outcome will always be better. If all you had to do today was paint your front door, what a great looking front door it would be. You wouldn’t cut corners, you’d take your time, you’d get it right.
Simple prevents confusion.
And confusion kills great ideas. Muddying the water, considering all the options, bringing others in, pausing for breath, reporting back to the board, getting legal advice, adding it to the mix, adding it to the roadmap. They are all delaying tactics that only add confusion and get us away from what we’re trying to achieve. What if a committee’s only task was to simplify an idea? What if the only questions you could ask when someone presented an idea was about whether there was a simpler way of achieving something?
Simple makes you happy.
When have you been happiest recently? Watching your child discover something new? Standing on top of a mountain? Satin front of a fire? Laughing with friends? I bet it was something simple: something that was just in that moment: that one thing that produced a wave of happiness: something uncomplicated.
Welcome to WordPress.com! This is your very first post. Click the Edit link to modify or delete it, or start a new post. If you like, use this post to tell readers why you started this blog and what you plan to do with it.