We are three amazing friends and we love to challenge ourselves. We truly believe that "Greatness begins beyond your comfort zone". Therefore we are always looking for new ways to go beyond our physical and mental boundaries.
David spent one year as a volunteer at a social project in India. Markus is a true adventurer, who visited already 41 countries in the whole world. Sascha is kind of an adrenaline and outdoor junkie,e.g. he spent his last summer in the untouched wilderness of Canada and his last winter in the Israeli desert.
All three of us, love to meet new people, go outside, experience life in its fullness.
We were so excited to hear of the Can You Make It Challenge, and honestly we can't wait to start. HERE WE GO!
Oh, and we also organise a music festival together. Why? Because we can! ;)
P.S.: Maybe, because we are so special we are always getting error messages for adding our social profiles, so here they are:
Markus: facebook.com/maplatter ; instagram.com/markusplt/
I'm David, 21 years old, living close to Vienna. I study psychology and have worked in a children's village in India for one year. I just told you that, because it makes me look like I am a good person.
Well I love Jesus, making my neighbours listen to metal, working out (maybe it's a little pretentious to say that, but I can describe myself the way I want to! You're not my mum. Except if it's you reading this mum! Greetings!) and also going on stupid adventures.
My strenghts are still being able to sleep despite drinking coffee before bed and drawing stick figures on my study material. My weaknesses are snails. I hate snails. I don't know why. Sometimes I have nightmares about them.
I believe all of this, except my fear of snails, makes me a perfect fit for this challenge! Or at least an average one. Yeah, probably an average one. I'm also good at stretching out the personal profile of mine and tell you unnessecary stuff, that could have been summed up in about 2 sentences. Yeah, that's me.
Loves ocean and mountains, God, you and me.
I just realized recently that I only work on challenges. So if you want me to do something (for you), no matter how stupid, dangerous or crazy it might sound, dare me to do it, and I will do so.
Sometimes it works out, like being among the first people going straight over the Costal Mountains through the Canadian Wilderness. Sometimes I fail pretty big, like the one time I broke BOTH (yep, you read it correctly, both, like 2, or in Roman numbers II, or like 1+1=2) my feet, trying to do a flip as far as possible.
Other times its just boring suff, like reading 52 books in 52 weeks.
Ice Bucket Challenge - Been there.
?!7!? Day Work-Out Challenge - Did it.
YouTube "Try not to laugh- Challenge" - destroyed it. (with my laughter)
NoFap Challenge - In progress haha
One thing is sure, I will always give 100% (unless of course I am donating blood - I am not that stupid), because life is ...
"Greatness begins beyond your comfort zone!" - Pope John Paul II