Christian Music Broadcasters had the privilege of hearing from Mark H. Maxwell during one of our events in Chicago. He's been a desired speaker for a while and did not disappoint in the least. According to the survey results, he knocked it out of the ballpark. One of our top-rated speakers. Our attendees loved his perspective. Mark helped CMB fulfill our mission to encourage, engage, and equip our members.
Mark H. Maxwell
Featured Keynote Programs
Success Through Serving
In this talk, Maxwell uncovers the moral and spiritual dangers of networking to achieve success. Using pop culture illustrations (John Mayer, Kim Kardashian) and Maxwell’s own stories from his professional career as an entertainment attorney and college professor, Networking Kills examines the need for cultural change concerning our pursuit and definition of "success" in every area of life.
Achieving Success as a Young Creative
Change the world by - making yourself available instead of visible, giving instead of taking and losing yourself instead of finding yourself.
Thank you Mark Maxwell for sharing these ideas at TEDx. We are all here with the ability to live a richer life if we serve each other. Thanks.
With Networking Kills, Mark Maxwell is seemingly flying in the face of what the assumed "best approach" is for building a successful career in the music industry ... network, network, network! When in reality, every person doing business - including us creatives - are all truly in the service industry. Mark's call to think about our roles in the context of service is refreshing and spot on. Kudos, Mr. Maxwell!
I have had the privilege of knowing and working with Mark Maxwell for some time now. In an industry and culture that encourages us to be more and more self-focused for our own personal gain, Mark's book is a fresh and necessary perspective that is desperately needed. It is natural for us to think that our gifts and talents are for us. Mark does a great job of leading us through his book and turning this paradigm upside down
Culture teaches us to measure everything through the question: "how does this benefit my life?" This book does the exact opposite by changing the question to, "how does my life benefit others?" Mark Maxwell's book, Networking Kills, is more than just a novel idea - this significant message can help steer a generation towards true success
Mark Maxwell was an early believer and important counselor for MercyMe twenty years ago. I am thrilled that through his book, Networking Kills, he continues to authentically mentor and counsel the next generation concerning true success - success that is only found through serving others.
I knew I wanted to get my hands on Mark Maxwell's book "Networking Kills" when one of his Belmont students quoted it in a conversation we were having over a cup of coffee. What a simple concept: "Networking" narrows our focus and our life experience. "Serving" connects us in a meaningful way and throws the gates of opportunity wide open. Let the adventure begin!