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A hopeless creative with a dozen side projects. A businesswoman determined to disrupt a whole industry. A once-failed founder who did not think twice about starting up again. What do they have in common? They wouldn’t let anything come between them and their passion.
For some people, a passion project is the manifestation of their purpose in life. Their lifework. This is the core of the stories we tell with Lifework—a narrative web show, featuring entrepreneurs and creatives from Factory Berlin’s diverse community.
A joint production of Factory Berlin, a next generation business club, and Tunnelkiss, Lifework launches with three episodes in 2017, directed by Berlin-based filmmaker Alex Bravo.
Focusing on the personal aspects of work, each episode has the ambition to demystify success by examining failures, struggles, and regrets. Meet and follow three Factory members on their journey through lifelong motivations, serendipity, and personal philosophies. Made in Berlin with love.
For Alex Weidauer, passion and work mean the exact same thing. In fact, he describes himself as a workaholic, who’s hustling for the thrill of it. The impact he sees in what he does keeps him going.
Alex’s first company failed. He’s one of those entrepreneurs who celebrate failure instead of mourning it. So he started up again. And again. His current company, builds intelligent interfaces and conversational AI, and works towards a greater good: to allow people to work less and bring more value to whatever they do.
Alex believes that technology benefits our society. Do you? Share your #lifework with us.


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