Music industry veteran breaks down everything culture gets wrong about ‘success’ | 8/21/2019 | Staff
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Mark Maxwell is an entertainment lawyer and a music business veteran, but he’s also a committed Christian with a unique and refreshing perspective on integrity and success.

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Maxwell was once a record label executive, but he doesn’t approach life in the stereotypical way some might expect from an attorney and music industry pro. Rather than putting business, money and materialism first, he follows a totally different blueprint.

Maxwell, author of the book Networking Kills: Success Through Serving, believes that too many of us are getting the quest and blueprint for success entirely wrong.

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“What does the Bible teach? Jesus taught that if you want to be great, if you want to be a leader, if you want to be successful, it’s about laying down your life for others — serving others,” Maxwell recently told “The Pure Flix Podcast.”

Listen to Maxwell breakdown success at the 2-minute mark (subscribe to “The Pure Flix Podcast” today):

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He added that culture encourages people to go out and take and use others, but that Christ teaches humans to “go out and give.”

“Those two worldviews are really at odds,” he added.

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One area where Maxwell sees society going wrong on the success front is in the massive push for young people to engage in rampant networking.

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