What Do You Really Want?

7 Questions That Can Unlock the Answers to a Life Full of Abundance, Meaning, and Connection

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Pub Date Mar 05 2024 | Archive Date Not set
Nelson Books | Thomas Nelson

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Successful entrepreneur and life coach Cayla Craft reveals to readers the seven questions that can unlock a new paradigm for dreaming, envisioning, and activating the life story they want to live.

We all want to experience great joy, peace, and love in our lives. We all want to find our true purpose and live an abundant life. But to do that, we have to first ask ourselves a few questions and get to know someone who we might be unconsciously allowing to drive our lives: our younger selves.

Cayla Craft was working as an ER nurse when she realized that she was unconsciously believing a lot of unhelpful narratives about herself that were influencing her everyday life. She started getting honest with herself and answered some tough questions, trying get to know the “little me” who was making a lot of the decisions in her adult life. This realization led to her quitting her day job and developing the Take 7 approach to personal growth and fulfillment that has helped thousands of women live their best lives. In What Do You Really Want?, Cayla guides readers through the seven questions that can change everything and shows them how to

  • eliminate areas of self-sabotage by learning how to take control of their narratives,
  • find the courage to identify and make necessary sacrifices to create the lives they were made for, and
  • replace a cycle of toxic positivity with action that comes from a place of truth and self-knowledge.


When you learn to use this self-coaching method, you’ll discover the more enriching, deeply fulfilled life that God intended you to have. What Do You Really Want? goes beyond current explanations about how narratives shape us and helps readers discover the questions they should be asking so they can use those answers to inspire a transformation in their lives and the lives of others.  

Successful entrepreneur and life coach Cayla Craft reveals to readers the seven questions that can unlock a new paradigm for dreaming, envisioning, and activating the life story they want to live.


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wowwwwwww!!!!! this books totally blew me away!!!! so well written! so engaging!!! i truly couldn't put this down!!!

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Cayla Craft's 'What Do You Really Want?' is a powerful guide to reclaiming control of our lives. Craft's empowering message emphasizes the transformative nature of choices, urging us to consciously decide what aspects of our past shape our present and future. As someone who was not taught to embrace my emotions, Craft helped me create a shift to see emotions as a superpower, emphasizing the freedom to feel without judgment. Craft's wisdom culminates in the reminder that we hold the pen to our life story, with each choice propelling us towards our intentions. I found this to be a compelling read for those seeking inspiration and a renewed sense of agency. I felt myself inspired throughout, and can't wait to recommend and purchase for many others in my life!

Thank you to NetGalley and Nelson Books for the advanced review copy.

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The questions posed in this book have the potential to be very powerful. I believe the work we do to heal our inner child significantly influences our lives as adults. I worry that people may undertake this work on their own, with just a book to guide their healing. It feels dangerous bordering on irresponsible to open the IFS can like this. I did appreciate the 2 warnings I read that this work might want to be addressed with a therapist. I hope women heed that advice.

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Straightforward self-help, self-guided and faith-based. You might get more out of this than I did if you consider yourself religious.

Thanks to Netgalley for the arc to review.

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