JOIN THE ROUNDTABLE, A COMMUNITY OF INDIVIDUALS DEDICATED TO SUCCESS
What is the Round Table?
The Round Table is an online community of individuals who want to improve their lives in every way. At the round table, everyone is committed to improving themselves physically, mentally, financially, and socially. We do this by spreading information and expertise with other members of the community, allowing everyone to have a distinct and competitive advantage in the real world.
I learned that the best way to improve yourself in any area is to discuss and understand the how and why of a particular topic. If you want to be healthier, you must first identify what goal you desire, understand why you want a certain goal, and then figure out how to achieve that goal.
This same logic applies in every area of life. In the Round Table, the objective is to share insights, information, and experiences to help everyone improve.
How Do We Do This?
This is done by having community members establish very specific goals upon entering the Round Table, establish a deadline, and construct a plan with the help of the Round Table to help members achieve their goals.
Everyone has a different goal. Everyone has different skill sets and viewpoints. Everyone has something unique and valuable that they can bring to the Round Table.
This is NOT a group solely for self-promotion. This is not a group designed to sell anyone anything.
This is not a group designed simply for a lot of people to extract value while a few people give consistent, genuine value. This group is designed for everyone to add objective value in some way, shape, or form.
In the Roundtable, advice should be objective and specific.
In the past, I’d sit with people and discuss an idea I had or a strategy.
The overwhelming majority of people I’d talk to would either provide little to no feedback OR they’d give very generic advice.
At the Roundtable, the objective is to avoid this. If a member wants to buy a house, for example, sending a video of the process isn’t enough.
The proper methodology is to:
Figure out his or her why
Figure out what he/she can financially afford with the help of a real estate professional in the group
Then help him or her determine a specific timeframe
From there, the community should help the prospective homebuyer identify the best banks or financial institutions to accomplish the objective.
Finally, we tap into the community to help identify the best locations and money required to purchase the best possible house based on the goal.
This is a simple example of helping members get from point A to point B. These same principles will be applied to any goal a community member has.
How to Contribute
As more members join, there will be more skills and perspectives of value that can contribute.
It’s important to keep in mind that EVERYONE has a unique viewpoint that can be valuable.
For example, if someone has a question about fitness and you have an idea, share it.
Even if it’s a random video you found, share the video with insights from the video (be descriptive) and explicitly say how the video can help a person achieve their goals.
Your insight is valuable.
With that being said, anyone idle for too long will be removed from the group.
As mentioned earlier, the Round Table is designed to be a community of value-providers, not value-extractors.
Those that have been present for a while and provide immense value will have a high level to demonstrate this.
Those that are new or provide little to no value will have a low level.
Who you listen to should be determined heavily by a combination of their levels and general thoughtfulness⎼a newbie can still share something immensely thoughtful.
So, for this reason, it’s great to keep the actual advice in mind.
Those that don’t level up fast enough or at all after a set period of time will be kicked from the group.
Simple as that. A low level for too long indicates that someone is likely consuming more than they produce. Again, the Round Table is designed for everyone to win. The ethos of the group is to give in order to get.
Other Ways to Win
As the group grows, my hope is that people benefit from external networking as well.
Obviously, meet people with caution and try to vet people carefully for your own personal safety.
However, my goal is that people form connections in the group that extend into their personal and business lives.
The Round Table is an online community of individuals who want to improve their lives in every way.
At the round table, everyone is committed to improving themselves physically, mentally, financially, and socially.
We do this by spreading information and expertise with other members of the community, allowing everyone to have a distinct and competitive advantage in the real world.
I learned that the best way to improve yourself in any area is to discuss and understand the how and why of a particular topic.
If you want to be healthier, you must first identify what goal you desire, understand why you want a certain goal, and then figure out how to achieve that goal.
This same logic applies in every area of life.
In the Round Table, the objective is to share insights, information, and experiences to help everyone improve.
How I Benefit
You’re probably wondering why I’d go through this trouble to create and moderate this kind of group and how I’d benefit.
Especially if the group is currently 100% free. While it’s true that I'm not making money from this group, I truly believe that a high-level network is key to a high-quality life.
Part of my goal is to meet people in constant pursuit of their goals. I’ve learned that finding people actively trying to accomplish massive objectives in life and not be average is a difficult task.
And energy is contagious. It’s shared and spread by sharing positive energy and wins. This group helps me find those rare individuals trying to win in life.
There’s also the benefit of my own brand and reputation improving with the success of the group. I’ll have a designated section with my content that you can choose to watch, like, and comment on.
The group can also be a place to help with content ideas and feedback.
Can You Make Money in The Round Table?
My hope is that members of the group, whether they’re seasoned entrepreneurs or learning what marketing is for their very first time make money from the group.
I highly encourage everyone to utilize the Skillshare section that will be available to users after a certain point.
In the Skillshare section, users can request help and specific skills and/or provide value.
For example, if you’re a business owner that would like a short ad shot, you can use the Skillshare section to see if anyone is a videographer for restaurants or is interested in being a videographer.
The videographer can either donate their skills or, if the business owner is able, be compensated for their skill either as a permanent hire or freelancer.
Even if the service is donated, my hope for the group is that everyone is on the lookout for opportunities for each other.
This means that what would be a donated service one day should inevitably lead to a paid opportunity sooner than later.
My suggestion is to help others in the group for free especially if you’re just trying something out, trying to build a portfolio, or getting your feet wet.
Then, request help to accomplish a goal such as getting 2-5 clients.
The group should then help you find clients or, hopefully, will be willing to become clients of yours and show you support (since you’ve provided verifiable value to the group with other free work).
Again, the mindset of the Round Table should be to consider Round Table members first. If you ever meet someone that needs a photographer, refer them to a Round Table member that is either starting a photography business or has a photography business.
If you meet someone that needs a copywriter or a funnel created, refer them to someone in the Round Table that has a Copywriting/Funnel Creation Business or is just starting their business.
One more time, the goal is for everyone in the group to win by everyone providing value to each other.
One more thing about this section: Don't be lazy!
It’s very easy to make a massive impact on a business and contribute (even leaving a google review pushes someone up higher in search results which can effectively provide an infinite ROI).
Again, even the small things are quite massive. Always ask how you can help someone.
Does this cost money?
Currently, the Round Table is a free group to join. You simply need to participate and accomplish your goals to maintain access. However, failing to accomplish your goals will result in you being kicked in the group. There is a good chance the group will have a monthly or yearly fee in the future.
If I'm kicked from the Round Table, can I rejoin?
The short answer is No. If you're kicked from the Round Table, you'll be unable to rejoin. Even if you use a new account or a different IP address, if you've been identified as a previously kicked member, you'll be instantly banned.
Is this a Long-Term Commitment?
This depends on the individual. If you join the Round Table, get value from it, and wish to stay, you're free to do so. If you join and simply take value or become inactive, you'll be removed from the group. How much you'd like to commit depends entirely on you.
Am I Guaranteed Results?
As is the case with anything in life, nothing is guaranteed. If you contribute to the group and actually follow through with your goals, you'll see results in the designated categories. However, if you're not putting in the work, there's a good chance you won't see any results.
Is This a Mastermind?
This is similar to a Mastermind. However, unlike most Masterminds who give information or share ideas, you're required to execute on ideas and information presented. Consider this a Mastermind for people who want to improve in the shortest amount of time possible.
Lenny Richardson, more commonly known as Leviticus Rich, is the owner of Leviticus Enterprises and helps people unlock a "Better Lifestyle" by teaching others about the Pillars of Eudaimonia. Leviticus has written several books including Don't Buy a Home Until You Read This, 27 x 27, and Better Than Gold. In addition, Leviticus has also worked in the law industry and Real Estate industry. He was also previously the co-owner of a company known as Affinity and was previously the owner of a business known as TheGymStop.
Leviticus has been a guest on several different shows and podcasts and is the host of the podcast Meeting VA, which platforms many influential figures in the DMV area.
The early life of Leviticus always involved a mix of high-level academic performance. Throughout all of Grade School and high school, Leviticus expressed an entrepreneurial drive and developed an online gaming platform known as Sentou Gakuen, helped reinstate the Martial Arts Club, created a card game that he sold to fellow students from the age of 10-12 (all handwritten, drawn, and packaged by himself), spoke as the Keynote Speaker at the National Young Leader's conference in Washington DC at the age of 12, and took 16th place out of 64 a Robotics Competition in Washington DC at the age of 16.
In college, things took an interesting turn for Leviticus. While attending college at Pennsylvania State University, Leviticus was sent a letter explaining that he was unable to return to college due to financial issues. Around that time, Leviticus had been battling depression and worked several jobs simultaneously, still barely able to stay financially afloat. Some of these jobs included a Gas station attendant, a Walmart employee, a manager at a retail store, a copywriter for a local startup, and a dishwasher/busser at a local bar.
While battling depression, struggling to pay rent, gaining weight due to poor eating habits, and struggling to find a partner, Leviticus knew he needed to change his life. Around this time, while developing a habit of reading a book a week, Leviticus fell in love with classic Greek Philosophy and discovered a concept known as Eudaimonia, which he helps others apply to their lives currently.