I'm great: Chris Martin's life philosophy

Los Angeles: Coldplay frontman Chris Martin says his new philosophy in life is to think he is "great" at everything. “I don't want to go through the whole of my life feeling s****y about myself. Because it's not making anyone happy. My philosophy at the moment is that I'm great - and so is everybody else. You have to fit your own oxygen mask. That's really my philosophy now,” Martin told theguardian.com. Meanwhile, Martin tagged singer Rihanna as "the Frank Sinatra of our generation". He said: “She is the Frank Sinatra of our generation. She can turn anything into gold with that voice. Here's the little thing; if you speak to a good singing teacher about great opera singers, they will talk about consistency of tone.  “Or there's a book by Alfred Tomatis about why some people like certain people's voices and other people hate them, like Bob Dylan or me or whoever, some people say, 'Oh I hate that voice', so there's a thing about people's frequency responses - what they are pleased by.”