Tell me, why is the media here so negative? Why are we in India so embarrassed to recognise our own strengths, our achievements? We are such a great nation. We have so many amazing success stories but we refuse to acknowledge them. Why?
For me, there is no such thing as a negative experience.
One of the negative sides of a really intense arc as a touring band is there are big gaps in your memory because you're so exhausted.
You've got to have positives and negatives about you. I think that's a good negative, that the only thing they could say about me is my size.
For me, all my negative thoughts that I have about, 'How did you miss that pitch? Why did you miss that pitch? You shouldn't have missed that pitch.' I just kind of sit there and kind of crush it up, and once I'm done doing that... I just kind of toss it aside.
When 'Men's Health' reached out and said, 'Will you be on the 'Today Show' and do a fitness challenge?' I said, 'OK. I'm not showing them anything they don't already know.' But I'm going to take what some would argue is a negative or not substantive and turn it into a substantive thing to hopefully do some good for people.
For the general public or psychos on Facebook, for everyone who's made one negative comment about me, I've probably gotten 250-300 positive comments.
You always have to remember that if you say something negative, it's going to come back to haunt you.
I've always been motivated more by negative comments than by positive ones. I know what I do well. Tell me what I don't do well.
Compromise has a negative connotation.