When I tell members of my tribe that they should use their gifts they usually respond with "what gifts?"
We all have gifts. We are all really good at something. Good enough to help those around us achieve what they really want to achieve.
The first step before you can use your gifts is to identify what those gifts may be. This is a moveable feast, so don't worry that you may not identify them properly. We all have many gifts, some stronger than others. You can therefore begin with anything you recognize as a gift, and sharing it will be very powerful even if it later turns out it is not your strongest gift.
The next question is often "why should I share it?"
I don't believe this is asked selfishly, or at least I hope it isn't. If it is, if the feeling behind the question is "I want to keep this to myself" or "I can't be bothered to share it", then let me remind you what happens when you do not share. All good things in this universe are there in abundance for each and every one of us. But that abundance is like a flowing river, not a stagnant pond. Allow it to flow through you and you will benefit from it enormously, as will the people with whom you share it. Try to keep it for yourself and you will find it stagnates, is no longer of any benefit, and further abundance does not come your way. This applies not just to wealth (and it certainly applies there) but also to your gifts.
I think sometimes the question is asked because people don't believe their gifts are valuable enough to be shared.
If that is you, step away from what is probably false humility. What you have IS valuable enough to be shared. Also, the more you share it the more valuable and powerful it becomes. And the easier you will find it becomes to share it again. As indicated above, not only does it become more valuable and stronger when it is shared, but also less valuable and weaker if it is not shared.
The third very common question is "how do I share it?"
There are many ways to do this. It is perhaps more obvious with wealth. Use it to help others. But the same applies to your gifts. Use them to help others. Both directly and indirectly. An important indirect way of doing so is to train others to develop similar gifts. Teach them to develop, nurture, and then share those gifts themselves.
As you do this, a wonderful thing will start to happen. You will find your gift increasing in power. You become more knowledgeable as you share that knowledge with others. You become more accomplished and gifted as you share your gifts with others.
I have often heard it said that one of the best ways to improve and consolidate your own knowledge of a subject is to teach it. As you teach, so you increase your own knowledge. You create stronger synaptic pathways in your brain which strengthen your memories, allowing you to access them quicker and benefit from them more rapidly.
Try it! Begin sharing your gifts today and see the world around you improve and your gifts increase in strength and value.