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Emotional trauma and unresolved childhood issues can shape your entire outlook on life, even as an adult. Cayla Craft is a business strategist and international speaker with years of experience in helping people transform their lives through her innovative Take 7 approach. What Do You Really Want? is a self-help guide that shows how to identify the things that prevent you from rising above new challenges, identify what's not working for you, and help you work on a different strategy to take back control over your narrative. This book focuses on how to live a fulfilling life of wealth and abundance, forge healthy and meaningful relationships, and improve your spiritual, social, and physical well-being. Nurture yourself and your curiosity to live the life you want and prevent subconscious beliefs from negatively impacting your behavior.
What Do You Really Want? is an introspective handbook that delves into finding your "Little You." It showcases the transformative power of reframing your perspective through actions such as expressing anger, practicing gratitude, and embracing change. Through personal anecdotes and easy-to-learn steps, Cayla Craft explains the ways people can alleviate their fears and insecurities; by getting in touch with their inner child to discover their deepest desires and pursue their dreams without being held back by previous failures. The author uses a personable writing style to present the content with practice questions that engage and help you better familiarize yourself with the Take 7 approach. I found the book informative, motivational, and thoroughly insightful. All in all, this is a comprehensive self-help guidebook that I highly recommend.