Raul Villacis

So you’ve decided to LEAD… now what?

Being a leader is no accident.

It starts with a decision, which turns into ACTION.

It starts with the INTENTION to become a leader.

What is that intention? WHY do you want to be a leader?

What calls you to lead?

It’s not enough to be chosen, you have to choose every day to be a leader.

I believe that there are 3 types of leaders.

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If you are looking to become the BEST leader you can be, so you can make an IMPACT, because you were CALLED to lead, then you need to come to the Next Level Leadership Summit.

The 4 Biggest Lies That Hold You Back

You want to go to the next level.

That’s a great first step.

You see where you need improvement. You start to change your behavior. You start to take risks in your business.

But then…

The risks don’t pay off.

And your behavior starts to slide back to how it was before.

And you haven’t levelled up, no matter how hard you’ve tried.

But here’s the thing: You’re sabotaging yourself without knowing it.

You haven’t done what you think you’ve done.

Every time we want to go to the next level, a little voice in our head stops us.

It’s an unconscious pattern.

And the first step to stopping those patterns is to recognize them.

Mastermind Groups: 5 Things to consider and what to expect | Mastermind groups for Entrepreneurs

One of the things I’m proudest of is helping to create a community. The thing that makes the biggest difference in people’s lives is their community. Your community dictates how far you go in life – it will either empower you or keep you down.

💼 Find your Code to the EDGE:

It’s in our DNA to be part of a community. Our primal need is to be part of a tribe. We want to be part of a tribe so much that we are sometimes willing to betray our values to be accepted.

It’s Halftime Game | 4 Strategies to create a Quarterly Plan

We’re at half time! Which play are you going to run? Anybody can be excited at the beginning of the journey, but can you be consistent until the end? It’s easy to start something, hard to stick with it. That’s what makes the difference between the people who make shit happen and the people who are hoping and wishing things would get better.