When Oscar Wilde said, “Be yourself. Everyone else is already taken,” it sure sounded good. I bet the person nodded, satisfied at such sage wisdom. Then, walked away and thought, “WAIT! Who am I?” Finding your own voice can seem pretty intimidating. We have to dig through the learned behaviors of our geography, culture and family history, and distinguish all that from our own unique DNA—we’ve got quite a task on our hands. Still, the music, films, books, products and services we enjoy most seem to come from those who understand their uniqueness and offer it to the world. Finding your own voice and knowing your contribution is possible! In this encouragement guide, discover some tips for what to say and what not to say while you are encouraging someone who wants to find their own voice.