Some things clients have shared that they want:
To be appreciated
To be free
To be able to relax
To accept themselves
To connect to others
To feel good in their body
To be a good friend
To live life on purpose
To create more
I have yet to hear anyone say, "I want more money" or "I want more power" (super villain tendencies aside, power does enact will). No one has said "I want more things" or "I want a bigger house." Now, my lens of experience is small. But it seems to me that we don't spend near enough time devoted to the things we really, sometimes deeply want and WAY more time on the surface things we work for i.e. more money and more power to buy things.
Doesn't living this way seem like a really good strategy to end up only with the shallow list of wants and frustrated and confused as to why we are so restless?
So there is the shallow list of wants and then there is the deep.
Go for the deep.
And if you don't know what the deep list is? Ask. "What will having that do for me?" Over and over.
If you are not curious about your own life, who will be?