I try to be upbeat. I read this book which tells you to write down everything that you're grateful for each day. Now I'm constantly noticing all the little things that make me joyful.
I've been this voice of a lot of upbeat dance tracks, but people don't really know me.
I always have music. I love it to be very upbeat. When you're having drinks, I like something like Cesaria Evora. During dinner, I like the much more traditional - old Frank Sinatra and things like that.
I'm a pretty upbeat person. I think I sometimes get cast as these brooding types because I bring light and joy, which hopefully makes them more likable.
I'm a very upbeat, positive, optimistic type of person.
I feel that writers think with their noses to the ground, and the dark stuff kind of comes to me more, even though I really am sort of an upbeat guy. It's an honest descent into darkness. And you can't have the joy without the grief - it's why we listen to Mozart's 'Requiem.'
I find sadness and strife to be so much more interesting with an upbeat melody.
He is very upbeat but we hear that all the time from just about any athlete.
Our audience is really upbeat. Likes to have a good time. They're not introverted or shy.
I have always been very confident and very upbeat about the future potential of India. I think it is a great country with great potential.
I like being upbeat, positive, happy, enjoying family.
I have always been a sucker for the big, upbeat chorus.
People are often surprised that I am so upbeat. I'm always hearing, 'You're so light and funny, and your books are so dark and twisted.' There's a dichotomy. I like books that are dark and creepy. I don't control it - it's just what I gravitate toward.
'Things that Never Cross a Man's Mind' is probably one of my favorite upbeat tempo songs because it is just a sassy song, and it's a fun song.
There's nothing more painful than something that's superficially upbeat but you can kind of tell behind it that there's a cynicism, or even a bitterness.
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