Do I Really Look Like A Guy With A Plan?

Ledger’s Joker said,

Do I really look like a guy with a plan? You know what I am? I’m a dog chasing cars. I wouldn’t know what to do with one if I caught it, you know. I just do things.

Was he telling the truth? Or was he just manipulating Harvey? This is the part where you get confused. Why? Because the things The Joker did in The Dark Knight was so complex and impossible that he HAD … to plan them for months, maybe even years. Well, I’m here to reveal to you that he was telling the truth. The Joker is a mastermind at improvising criminal activities.

I cringe when you waste time planning, over-planning and never doing. So, I’m stepping in to develop chaotic thinking patterns.

  • Lower your level of inhibition which will allow you to plan accordingly with complex and impossible plans.
  • How to lower your level of inhibition? Stop self-reflecting! Har-old, you either over-think and never do, or do then over-think what you’ve just done and think negative results. Cure the former by doing it the moment you start to over-think, no matter if you’re “ready” or not; cure the latter with patience and thought-changing.
  • How to stop self-reflecting? Be a kid again. This will be easy since you have a child-like imagination. Ever heard the phrase, “Children are innocent?” Guess what? They’re not. Children aren’t innocent; they’re powerful. How? As Robert Greene said, “Children may be naïve in many ways, but they often act from an elemental need to gain control over those around them. Children suffer greatly from feeling powerless in the adult world, and they use any means available to get their way.” Children do NOT know the difference between right and wrong. How cute? No! How genius??? When a child makes a “booboo” the parent has to point it out. Why? Because children aren’t hindered by reflection.

13 thoughts on “Do I Really Look Like A Guy With A Plan?”

  1. lowering inhibitions is so important but so hard due to… SELF REFLECTION! while i think there needs to be a certain amount of self reflection at times, i think our intuitions are much more on point & important. b/c who knows if your self reflection is actually your inner voice, or the voices of society telling you how you should be behaving, until you actually start trusting that intuition and just going for things. then you’ll know whose voice it is if you do choose to self reflect…
    buddhists believe the key is detachment, and how to experience detachment is to recognize that it’s about the journey, not the destination. i think you’re spot on with this post! life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you react to it.


  2. I know what you mean by over thinking everything. That’s me. I over think..then I stress…then I get my favorite little friends…cold sore. Yeah we should start “doing” more. Less thinking … more doing 🙂


    1. Nothing can replace actual experience. We don’t experience nothing by thinking and thinking and thinking. Once we do, whether fail or succeed, we have something we can use to our advantage.


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