What is especially near and dear to you?
Kevin Hoffmann: To help people with strokes of fate before they get into the downward spiral of negative thoughts. In my case, after being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, I ended up depressed. Today I would like to go ahead as an encourager – or as I call it Kämpferherz (English: fighter heart) – and build a community of special personalities who give each other strength. Others should not feel alone and helpless, as I did in the past. There is a future for us, and if we don't give up - no matter how hard the struggle becomes – we can achieve much more than we think. Often you can't do it alone and that's what I want to be there for.
I would like to be...
Kevin Hoffmann: … a well-known speaker, who motivates with his story and can speak in front of many people. I have always enjoyed performing in front of people and am happy when I can experience the positive reactions live.
Which question would you like to be answered the most?
Kevin Hoffmann: Probably somewhat obvious, but the answer to the question: When will Multiple Sclerosis be curable? Although I would almost prefer to know that for cancer.
What I still wanted to say...
Kevin Hoffmann: A stroke of fate is a test in life by which we can grow. If we believe in ourselves and the fighter heart in us, if we find solutions for problems and try to concentrate on what we still have instead of mourning what has been taken from us, we will find so many things worth living for! It is – as often heard, but still true – the little things in life.