About Raul Villacis
Raul Villacis is the founder and CEO of The Next Level Experience, a business and personal development education company that focuses on helping businessmen find the Edge in their lives. He has worked with thousands of high level CEOs and entrepreneurs through his boot camp-style method, so they can compound time and find immediate and tangible results in their lives.
He is also founder of The Next Level Media and The Next Level Real Estate, and he is currently expanding his movement into the Latin market by creating content in Spanish since he was born in Ecuador and speaks it fluently.
He recently released his new book “The King’s Code” a guide to help men find certainty, purpose and clarity in life. He is most proud of being married for over 20 years to a woman that shares his same passion about creating an impact and of their teenage kids who also inherit his entrepreneurial spirit by writing books and starting different businesses.
Raul Villacis believes that every man’s birthright is to be a king, but too many men fail to take the necessary action steps to fulfill their purpose.
This book will show you the secrets to excel in all areas of life, as well as the science behind high performance.
When you’ve finished reading this book, you’ll have a blueprint to:
Find your code to the EDGE on a daily basis.
Use FEAR and PAIN as FUEL to take control of your life.
Systematize your life to produce better results in every area of your life
Tap into flow state to achieve optimum performance consistently
Raul Villacis' Journey From Midlife Crisis to Millionaire Mentor
"Modern-day gladiators with an omnipresent dark warrior side, ready to strike." That's how leadership coach Raul Villacis passionately terms the top-level male entrepreneurs, leaders, and influencers he works with.
Three Principles For Overcoming Adversity And Thriving In A Crisis
"In the financial crisis of 2008, I lost millions of dollars because I wasn't able to adapt to the changes fast enough. I kept doing the same thing over and over again; even though I could see the world had changed, I refused to accept it."