THE VILLAIN IS IN.

YOU'VE ENTERED THE LAIR OF LEX DEVILLE.
Hope you know what you're doing.

THE WORLD CAN BE YOURS...

I'm Lex DeVille. My favorite color is darkness

Reclusive black widower. Highly unrelatable. I like villains, writing, psychology and music.

You probably won't *get* me.

I dabble in the crack between worlds, lurking in the shadows where your darkest demons hide.

On this site you can learn about entrepreneurship, freelancing, copywriting, and music

If you're carving an unconventional path through life, you might be in the right place.

philosophy

Your time on this space rock is limited. Whatever you dream of doing, you should start right now.

Every day people let fear keep them from the life they wish they had. It's very sad. I'll never let that be me.

When I feel fear, I run toward it, because that fear is almost always unjustified and the payoff is almost always worth it.

You can probably have the life you dream of BUT...there will be choices, risks, sacrifices, and failures before you get it (and you may not ever get it).

Nothing is guaranteed except that if you never try, you will never know.

Villain valueS

  • Family & Survival
  • Ride-or-Die Loyalty
  • Common Sense
  • Personal Responsibility
  • Self-Awareness
  • Art & Music
  • Problem-Solving
  • Action-Taking
  • Dream-Chasing
  • Mental & Physical Toughness
  • Drama & Chaos
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Personal World Domination

why i changed my name

Lex DeVille is not my birth name. I didn't like my birth name. It was boring. Lacked personality. As a child I promised to change my name when I got older.

In 2012, I made good on my promise. Came up with a name that embodied the essence of my identity - a name associated with villains, darkness, and life's greatest masterminds. Formalized it legally.

Looking back, it was one of the best decisions I've ever made.

The psychology of linguistics is so strange. To think that something as simple as a name could change everything, and yet, here you are, reading my website, and I am not reading yours.


for something brilliant but terrible...

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