I think Constantine was the best DC movie that DC have ever made.
A close number 2 being V for Vendetta.
Shazam, Aquaman, Wonder Woman, Justice League, and Batman vs Superman, were okayish.
I take that back, Wonder Woman was freaking awesome!
The Dark Knight Trilogy were on a league of their own.
I think the struggle they [DC] are having is marring all these movies into leading up to an “Avengers” kind of build-up…”Justice League Part II” in this case because Justice League wasn’t so great.
I don’t see that happening as effectively as Marvel did with their movies.
But if they have the money, and the time, I would like to see how successful they would be in their attempt.
I love the planning that went into Avengers: Endgame.
Talk about reverse engineering, right?
Knowing what you want at the end of the day, and then working & planning backwards from there.
It’s either that or I love the idea of seeing the good guys not living happily ever after.
Like in Troy.
I plan like this for most of my smaller goals, like getting to work on time.
I need to use it for my bigger goals.
So for example when I need to be at work by 10 AM and I’m using public transport, I would calculate that I need to be in town by 9 AM so that it would give me an hour dedicated to travelling to work.
This means I need to be in the taxi cab from my place going to town by 8 AM.
So I need to be up by 7 AM.
Then Musa sets alarm clock for 7 AM.
But all of this begins by knowing what my aim is.
What is your aim?
Whether we would like to admit it or not, we are goal creating beings.
We are living in linear plane where we have a forward momentum towards everything in our world.
And since we are going forward like we are, we can’t help but to be heading towards something.
Some are heading towards a vague idea of what they want to achieve.
The few are heading to towards a crystal, clear idea of exactly what they want.
And one of the way they gain that vision is through reverse engineering planning.
I think I got this idea from reading those self-help books that were available in the library my aunt took me to, so she can use the time to study.
I used the time to read all sorts of works until I dared myself to read one thick book by Dr. Stephen R. Covey.
That book opened me up to a whole new world.
Re-reading that book opened up my brain to a new kind of living.
I was born-again.