You should be clear on who your ideal client is, and have an offer that sells consistently when they find it. You should be making at LEAST $50k per year, but there may be exceptions to this (such as if you are making a big change like switching from brick and mortar to online, but you've got past experience at that level or beyond).
You'll get more out of this if you're already making 6,figures, especially if you're well on your way to 7.
The intention here is that you already understand the basics of what you're doing (how to list build, how to convert clients, how to delivery your product, etc) and are willing to share your experience with others.
You are likely doing this full-time, or are very close to making this your full-time employment.
You're not just starting out and have been selling consistently, having done at least a few launches or have some sort of consistent sales process in place.
You don't have to have everything figured out or hit some imaginary level beyond that, though.
It never will be perfect. It's completely fine to be in the messy middle or still refining your processes and trying new things.
It's also fine if you've seen a decline recently in sales, as many people are seeing this trend as talk of a recession and an increase in interest rates has caused a shift in consumer buying habits, so don't let that hold you back. (Something I learned from being in masterminds and getting to see behind-the-scenes of what's really going on across many industries right now).