Confidential The KING’S Table Mastermind Application
Please complete all information requested below. Note that you must complete ALL four pages of the application to be considered.
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Minimum Requirements & Income Verification
Thanks for your interest in applying for The KING'S Table Mastermind. If you haven’t already done so, please read my blog post that outlines the benefits and requirements. You can find it here:

Note that this is a paid mastermind. I will disclose the exact amount to those who pass the first round of screening, but you should know it will be an investment that requires you to stretch your faith and learn to lean on the LORD.

To be considered for this special and unique Mastermind, you must meet certain minimum requirements.

- You must between the ages of 35 to 65.
- You must be married, or have been.
- You must be willing to stretch your faith and learn to depend on and lean on GOD for more than your daily needs.
- You must have a ministry or business that is looking to grow by at least 30% or greater

These requirements ensure that all members are at a similar level in their personal and professional lives. Based on my experience in leading these kinds of groups, this creates an optimal learning environment.

The minimum income threshold is a personal income of at least $40,000 in 2018.

We require this because we want to ensure you can honor the financial commitment to the group. If people leave the group it impacts everyone because there is a harmony and culture that your presence adds to, and that the group needs.

This is on an honor based program and so if you are accepted into the group we ask that you have this income so that you can honor your commitment to stay in the group for 12 months or at least a minimum of 6 months.

Note: If you don’t meet these requirements exactly (perhaps you are 29 or you made $30-40,000 last year), please apply anyway. I reserve the right to make an exception if I decide it would be in the best interest of the group.

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