Why do people only get "turned up" in reference to partying? The phrase reminds me of "Yolo"; "Yolo-ing" gave people a manifested excuse to live recklessly. The unabash abused the term, and pop culture illustrated it as a Mecca for a reason to party with insane behavior. Reinvented in "turning-up", people have lost perspective on the infinite ways to apply the term.
Let's get "turned up" a different way. When we have plans to go out or party, we usually do 3 things: invite others, pick a location, and buy an outfit. We map out our swag, so that we feel confident in ourselves. The people we invite are 9 times out of 10 our friends and/or family, or people we feel comfortable "kicking it with". Rather you are single, married, young, or older you want to draw attention to who YOU are and what status you represent when you step out.
On the flip side, how do we "turn up" to a better our way of living? Let's look at it like the 3 steps to partying: invite people to be a part of a opportunity, make sure the opportunity is dynamic and will be worthwhile for you and others involved, put your best "swag" on by educating yourself on the path to success in your opportunity and dressing for the part when you're promoting the opportunity; in other words brand yourself so your reputation has clout. Three steps could change the quality of life you live.
People who invest in growing people have a niche in understanding how you create a sustaining magnitude of success. It comes with an aggressive attitude towards your ambition. At a criminals core, money is usually the driving force of their ruthlessness, just like the average person seeking a better way to have MORE. Carpe Diem to "turn up".