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A New Year’s Catalyst To Mend Last Year’s Broke Hearted Bank Account

Updated: Apr 2, 2023

Money doesn’t buy you happiness. Love can’t be supported with well wishes. Read to discover the catalyst for happiness and riches.

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Side to side. Back and forth. Life takes you around a twisted path. The goals never change. The ambition is a re-run. The story of boy gets girl never gets old. The history of struggling to be a millionaire is repeated. We tell ourselves different words. The sentences are the same. Ironically, you’re still in pursuit of lost love. You’re frustrated you haven’t hit it big. Let’s change your money story with this article’s narration.


Here we go.


You’ve heard the saying, ‘Money is the root of all evil.’ I’m sure you know it. What you don’t know is the saying is a misquote. Biblical scripture is the accurate source.

Accuracy comes from the 1st book of Timothy. Specifically verse 6:10. The King James Version quote is as follows:

“For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows.”

When large sums of money evade you there are few issues which cause evasion. The most common issue is you are under the impression money is bad. This may occur on a subconscious level. Consciously telling yourself money is bad and subconsciously believing are the same.

The other issue which causes money evasion is lack of a catalyst. I’ll explain the term in a minute.

First the mindset issue.


Short and too the point examples. It’s the best way to illustrate subconscious examples.

Consciously telling yourself money is bad and subconsciously believing are the same.

Example 1. You get nervous withdrawing large sums of money from a bank.

Example 2. You do not want to travel in a commercial airline with more than a certain amount of money because you are afraid of being questioned by TSA.

Example 3. You are afraid to discuss a pay raise with your boss when you know you earned it.

Example 4. You are nervous to ask for a big retainer or asking to get paid up front.

Apprehension is fear. Fear is a negative emotion. Negativity is the opposite of positivity. Having negative attitudes or reactions to something positive repels the positive thing from you. Evil has the component of negativity and fear.

Biblically money is not evil. The love of it is.


Money like most things is a tool.

What do you do with tools? Most use them to construct things. If a builder picks up a hammer the builder knows to hit nails. If a barber picks up scissors the barber is aware to cut hair.

When you pick up money are you aware what to do with it?


Money is a tool. Money is useful. Unfortunately, money is the least understood tool.

Money has been and always will be a conversion tool. Money converts to actions, services, and items. There is no other purpose for money. Today’s money can be viewed as a medium of exchange.

Biblically money is not evil. The love of it is.

This is how I see money.

If a person has no idea what to exchange money for than it eludes the person. Today’s money in of itself has zero intrinsic value. Intrinsic value means the item itself has value. An example would be silver.

Silver was considered money for a long time. Silver has intrinsic value. Silver is invaluable to solder brazing alloys, batteries, dentistry, glass coatings, LED chips, medicine, nuclear reactors, photography, photovoltaic (or solar) energy, RFID chips (for tracking parcels or shipments worldwide), semiconductors, touch screens, water purification, wood preservatives and…you get my point.

Today’s money has zero intrinsic value.

It ranges from a piece of cloth paper to an electronic pulse in your phone. Today’s money has new identity. We must identify properly, or we risk being unrecognizable.


Today’s money value is people believing it has value. The value is driven off some intangible belief something good will happen. You must mirror this identity.

Money is a tool. Money is useful. Unfortunately, money is the least understood tool.

People must believe intangibly something good will happen if you obtain money. If people do not believe anything good will happen (by you having their money) none will offer.


Today’s money tool identity is Intangible Belief.

You apply Intangible Belief when you are a knowledgeable alchemist. An alchemist creates positive conversions with Intangible Belief. These conversions yield exchanges of items, goods, or services. These all hold actual value.

If you do not understand how to convert money, no money will be offered.

Imagine money as an ingredient which needs a catalyst. This catalyst forms a mixture. If you do not know how to offer a catalyst to mix money with none comes.

Therefore, learn what catalyst you can combine money with. If you want money you must search for your catalyst. This year is the year you search for your money catalyst.


I’m not all philosophy. Everyone’s catalyst is different. Remember money identity is Intangible Belief. Belief is a necessary component for money attraction. Most are looking to create money into something. Discover the need and provide the non-monetary catalyst.

Example 1. Someone looking to raise money?

Catalyst: Provide a private placement memorandum (PPM). Value = Around $5,000.

Example 2. Someone looking to fix a broken pipe?

Catalyst: Provide the know how to do drywall, solder copper pipes and test water pressure. Value = Around $10,000.

Example 3. Someone looking to go out on a date this evening?

Catalyst: Provide your time to watch their children. Value = Around $100.


Money is not used to acquire things selfishly.

Money is an ingredient to combine with catalysts. I wrote some commonsense ones above. Understand the philosophy discussed above scales. There are one-hundred-thousand-dollar catalysts. There are one-million-dollar catalysts too.

Want a six-figure payment? Find a six-figure catalyst. They exist. Unfortunately, my secret for six figure catalysts will not be discovered in this free article. You must pick up a copy of my international best-selling book “I Made It Then I Didn’t” for that.

The concept I teach in this article are free. My personal stories are not. Don’t let pennies get in the way of dollars. There’s no such thing as a free lunch.

To Your Knowledge Success!



1) The life of Christopher Knight Lopez a Professional Hustler turned International Best Seller and Published Author of “I Made It Then I Didn’t”.

2) Bullion Vault. “What is silver used for in industry?”. Galmarley Ltd T/A BullionVault. Published 2023. Accessed January 5, 2023. (

3) Sage Journals. “Money: An Integrated Review and Synthesis From a Psychological Perspective.” Volume 24, Issue 2. Wang Xijing, Chen Zhansheng and Krumhuber Eva G. Published February 23, 2020. Accessed January 5, 2023.

4) The Bible. King James Version. Published 1611. Accessed January 5, 2023.

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Not a form of investment advice. Please consult a professional registered to give you advice about your individual circumstance. This article is for educational purposes and entertainment purposes only. Please do not email the author about advice on investing or strategies on making investments.

About Christopher: Christopher Knight Lopez is a Professional Hustler turned International Best Seller and Published Author of “I Made It Then I Didn’t”. Christopher has opened over 7 businesses in his 15-year career. Christopher’s purpose is to take advantage of various market-driven opportunities. Christopher is a certified Master Project Manager (MPM), and Accredited Financial Analyst (AFA). Christopher previously held his Series 65 securities license examination and was a Master Financial Planner (MFP). Christopher also held his General Lines — Life, Accident, Health & HMO. Christopher has managed a combined 286mm USD in reported Assets Under Management & Assets Under Advisement. Christopher has work experience in 33 countries, raised over 50mm USD for various businesses, and grossed over 13.0mm in his personal career. Christopher worked in the highly technical industries of: biotechnology, finance, securities, manufacturing, real estate, and residential mortgages. Christopher is a United States Air Force Veteran. Christopher has a passion for family, competitive sports, fishing, martial arts and advocacy for entrepreneurs. Christopher provides self-help classes for up-and-coming entrepreneurs. Christopher’s passion to mentor comes from belief that entrepreneurs need guidance. The world is full of conflicting information about entrepreneur identity. See more at

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