Kings Counsel & Trust



KCT Family Office


On the KCTFO Social Exchange, we deliver more than just a good opportunity.  Our proprietary values-based alignment system narrows the field from hundreds or thousands of prospects down to a workable list of highly select group of compatible opportunities … those principals who have been pre-screened on 13 Dimensions of Compatibility (relational, spiritual and experiential indicators of long-term relationship well-being).  Why spend hours searching the Internet and other information channels when you don't have to?  It's our goal at KCT Family Office to align you with the best possible opportunities for you and we are eager to provide you with the best experience that we possibly can.

Alignment with Compatibility

Our alignment models are based on practical experience and rigorous relationship research to determine which commonalities between partners who are consistently associated with successful relationships, but not just in one dimension, but in both personal AND professional contexts.  When using these alignment models we consistently see great things come from such equally yoked men and women interdependently partnered with one another.

Dimensions of Compatibility for Marketplace Relationships

It all starts with our comprehensive personal profile inventory assessments.  These questionnaires are one of the cornerstones to the KCTFO success and a part of what differentiates what we do from other fiduciary services.  Once we get to know you, we then align you with other people and opportunities around the globe based on 13 Dimensions of Compatibility.  Money does not buy what we have to offer, no do we don’t need science to prove what we already know … people are happier and healthier in their relationships derived through the KCTFO process.  What we do has positively changed their life forever.

Personal and Professional Fiduciary Experts to Guide You

Sometimes, the only thing harder than finding the right opportunity or someone special is doing the due diligence and getting to know them.  But what if you had an easy, step-by-step process that took the pressure off and allows you to be yourself?  Our KCTFO guided communication option does just that, so you can focus on the enjoyment of getting to know your single matches without worrying about the awkwardness of the first few communications.

Top-Down Match Making vs.Bottom-up Science

Out of all the people you will meet in your life, only a very few would make a great relationship partner/project for you.  Some are not attractive to you.  Others aren't ready for a serious relationship.  Of the rest, many are great people who you might enjoy chemistry with initially, but they aren't compatible with you in the important ways that make long-term relationships work.  In the end, people that are not appreciated will leave, albeit labeled as a symptom of a greater problem.
That's where KCTFO comes in as “Kingdom Ambassadors”.  By combining the best research with detailed profiling of every KCT Family Member, we effectively screen thousands of people and projects using parameters that you personally, and specifically, define in order to bring you only the ones that have the greatest potential to be truly right for you, in a language that you understand with where you are today.  We believe that as Kings AND Priests, there is no greater role or responsibility, spiritually speaking, for what God puts together, no man can take a part.

Why Compatibility? Chemistry is not enough! Making Compatibility Work for You

It’s no secret that many have exhaustively researched what makes marriages succeed and fail.  The same investigations also apply to Wall Street, mergers and acquisitions, and many other dimensions of estate and financial planning, all looking to crack the secret code.  It should be obvious that “chemistry” is not enough.  Almost all relationships start out with good chemistry, yet almost 3 out of 4 relationships end up unhappy, divorced, or disillusioned, regardless of faith, marketplace, and/or organizational business model.  Could it be that everyone is looking at the wrong thing to begin with?  Even if we get started well, are we measuring and monitoring those things necessary to keep us going?  And if so, have we stress tested our assumptions in advance to get a sense of how well it works without us?

The 13 Dimensions of Compatibility include:

  • Core traits like spiritual development, emotional temperament, adaptability, curiosity, and intellect;
  • Values and beliefs, such as spirituality and feelings about leaving a lasting legacy for one’s children’s children; and
  • Relationship and marketplace skills, education, and experience, such as conflict resolution in all three paradigms.

13 Dimensions of Compatibility 

Most people know that the key to success in a long-term relationship is compatibility. But what does that mean? If you and your new partner both like foreign movies and mocha ice cream, will you still feel the magic in 25 years after your children have left home? Are you in it for the money, or do you really want to build an organization that will stand the test of time? If it is to last for generations to come, are you aware that it has to work without you? What’s the point of starting something if you cannot finish well? But how do you do that exactly? Where are the time-tested examples with which to follow?

KCTFO aligns mature interdependent people across several dimensions based on a deeper level of compatibility than any regulatory body could possibly provide … not likes and dislikes, or what is lawful or legal, but something that transcends far beyond the comprehension of human legislation and understanding … true compatibility. For example, do you and your partner(s), or potential partner(s), resolve conflict in a similar fashion? Are you both romantics at heart? KCFTO is perhaps the only such ecclesia to use top-down divine inspiration with bottom-up implementation as its approach with its proprietary 13 Dimensions of Compatibility. To help you better understand these dimensions, we've grouped them into two general categories as “core traits” and “vital attributes”.

  • Core traits are defining aspects of who you are that remain largely unchanged throughout your adult life.
  • Vital attributes are based on learning experience, and are more likely to change based on life events and decisions you make as an adult.

These key areas paint a powerful portrait not of “what” you were, or “where” you are going, but as to “who” you are today. None of those things define you, yet they are the result of your choices. And thusly, in order to achieve greater impact, however you define that, requires a And therefore, at the deepest possible levels is where we begin to form the basis for how our 13 Dimensions of Compatibility matches partners that are truly right for you now and with what’s right in front of you.  

Core Compatibility Traits 


To what degree are you in the world, but not of it? Do you attend religious services on the weekends, only to return to atheism for the rest of the work week? Are you living as “consumer” or a “creator”? What is your motivation for giving, if you give at all? And if you do give, to what degree do you give? Do you trust God? If so, to what degree has God provided and satisfied all of your needs? Or do you have to rely on your own power to make it happen? The dimensions which deal with your spirituality and the manifestation on earth as it is in heaven include: Authority and Power, Dominion, Mastery of Spiritual Gifts and Talents, Dignity and Significance, Blessing and Provision, Security, Health and Wellness, Purpose and Meaning, Freedom and Boundary, Intimate Love and Companionship.

Spiritual Development:

Are you motivated by love for people? Do you exhibit an unshakable joy regardless of circumstances? Do people see your inward peace and take courage? Do you wait patiently for results as you develop people? Are you caring and understanding toward everyone you meet? Do you want the best for others, your family, your Beneficial Organization? Have you kept your commitments to the Great Commission and your mission? Is your strength under control and can you be both tough and tender? Are you disciplined to make progress towards my goals and do you let your emotions and feelings dictate how you act / react? The following dimensions define your spiritual development and character: Love, Joy, Peace, Faithfulness, Kindness, Goodness, Gentleness, Patience, and Self-Control.

Emotional Temperament:

How do you feel about yourself and about the world? While specific day-to-day and moment-to-moment events play a major role in our emotions, deep-seated patterns of emotion are also a fundamental part of who you are and how people perceive you. The following dimensions are considered part of your emotional temperament: Love, Joy, Peace, Self-Concept, Patience, Self-Control, Emotional Status, Energy Level, and Passion.

Social Style:

How do you relate to other people? Do you crave company, or prefer to be alone? Are you more comfortable leading, or do you prefer to go along with the group? Basic feelings such as these comprise an important aspect of who you are and who you will be most compatible with. The dimensions which define your social style are: Character, Integrity, Kindness, Goodness, Gentleness, Patience, Self-Control, Dominance, Sociability, Autonomy, and Adaptability.

Cognitive Mode:

How do you think about the world around you? Are you motivated by an insatiable curiosity about the world and events around you? Are you constantly looking for intellectual challenges? Do you find humor to be your favorite coping strategy when dealing with the world? Although emotional temperament and social style can impact on this trait, your cognitive mode is an important separate aspect of who you are, and defines a lot of the ways in which you interact with people. The dimensions which most often express your dominant cognitive mode are: Intellect, Curiosity, Humor, Faithfulness, and Artistic Passion.


How do you relate physically with the world? How do you relate physically with yourself? Are you energetic, athletic and constantly in motion? Or are you more comfortable and happy walking than running? Feelings and thoughts which revolve around your physical life form an important aspect of who you are. The dimensions which deal with your physicality include: Physical Energy, Presence, Passion, Sexuality, Vitality and Security, Industry, Appearance, and Self-Control.

Vital Attributes

Relationship Skills:

The amount of effort and skill that you devote to making a relationship work are key elements of who you are, and what type of person you are most likely to succeed with in a relationship. Of the dimensions that identify your relationship skills, we focus on: Communication Style, Learning Style, Emotional Maturity, and Conflict Resolution.

Values and Beliefs:

Values and beliefs are at the center of most of our life experiences. How we feel about spirituality, religion, family and even politics influence how we think about the world and who we are going to be most comfortable sharing our lives with. Of the dimensions that determine your values and beliefs, we focus on: Spirituality and Spiritual Development, Family Planning, Heritage, Legacy, Ambition, Motivation, and Altruism.

Key Life Experiences:

All of your life experiences combine to affect who you are and how you relate to the world. Although many of the effects of these experiences are represented by the other core traits and the vital attributes, the following dimensions are what we consider a part of your key life experiences: Family Background, Family Status, Education, and your life’s Story in the context of His + Story.  

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