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  4. Friday, 02 June 2017
We want you to get to know the Community – and especially other members. That’s why we’re challenging you with another small task. Challenge 2: Write something about yourself on your profile page.

If you’ve already managed to master our first challenge, this one should be easy: write something about you in your ersonal-info" target="_blank" rel="nofollow noreferrer">profile’s biography, just a short text or a quote that is fitting. Write about yourself, your favourite leisure activities, or something that is unique to your personality.

Our Community enables free-spoken and inspiring discussions. That’s why every member can write something personal in his or her profile, so others can get to know them better. Try it and comment on this post as soon as you’re done. We’re really excited to see what our members write about themselves.

Yours, Johannes


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