Mark H. Maxwell | Entertainment lawyer and music business veteran

Mark H. Maxwell

Entertainment lawyer and music business veteran

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Mark H. Maxwell

Mark H. Maxwell is an entertainment attorney, music business veteran and college professor. As a lawyer, Mark represents a diverse roster of recording artists, celebrities, record labels, music publishers, authors, songwriters and producers. As a professor in Belmont University's prestigious entertainment business and songwriting program, he created their popular course on Bob Dylan and teaches courses on music business, faith and culture, and copyright law. Mark is passionate about serving as a mentor to the next generation of creatives and entertainment business professionals. He lives in Nashville with his wife and children.

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Current: TEDx: Networking Kills: Success Through Serving

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TEDx: Networking Kills: Success Through Serving
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Networking Kills
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.

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Networking Killsby Mark H. Maxwell

Networking Kills

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A professor explains why networking is a waste of time and what you should be doing instead

College freshmen are lectured about it on their first day of class. Young professionals race to one more boring party so they can be seen and shake hands with someone that might...
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