Curb College adjunct professor and entertainment attorney Mark Maxwell was interviewed recently by the Nashville Business Journal and CBN, among others, about his new book, “Networking Kills: Success Through Serving.”
The book’s description notes, “Networking does not equal success. Serving equals success. Life is not about you; it’s always about others. The heart of networking is rooted in selfishness, taking and using. In contrast, great leaders teach us that true success comes through giving, loving others and serving.” Maxwell also recently gave a TedX Talk on the subject.
As an entertainment attorney, Maxwell represents a diverse roster of celebrities, record labels, music publishers, artists, bands, worship leaders, entrepreneurs, authors, songwriters, artist managers, record producers, filmmakers, churches, technology companies and entertainment executives concerning their intellectual property. As an adjunct in the Curb College, he teaches courses on music business, faith and culture, copyright law and Bob Dylan.