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I would say be kind first and foremost. A rude remark can sting and leave a lasting impression. Sometimes a kind word can take away that sting.
Being helpful is nice too but you may not always have the info someone needs. That's OK, that's why we have the board!
Respecting the opinions of others can be tough but it can be done. On a forum like this with so many members and so many opinions people are not always going to agree.
I've learned from experience that kindness can go a long way........
I think, making a mark will just kind of happen naturally. Just always be nice and caring like Dana said, and one day, without realizing it, you may do something extraordinary, that just feels natural.
You don't have to make history, or be top poster or anything, just do lots of small things, and they will add up to be BIG!
Another thing is, you do not have to make your mark on the whole forum. You could make a mark on one person. One time, someone wrote me the nicest PM ever!!! That was the way I remember her. So, you can make your mark on one person, and it will be suffice, at least to me it would be, because to them, it was a big deal.
Another way would be to do something really bad... but I don't advise it.
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