Transformational Life Coach
NEWS & EVENTS
Students participate in 2nd Annual GettingtheMAXoutoflife/Jr 76er’s Championship Game
Students from West Philadelphia High School and Samuel Fels High School participated in the 2nd Annual GettingtheMAXoutoflife Jr 76er’s Championship Game. The game serves as a culmination of a male mentoring program, which is in eight schools. Students were outfitted in junior 76er’s uniforms and saw appearances by the 76er’s dance team, a live DJ and guest appearances.
Through a partnership with youth mentoring program GettingtheMAXoutoflife, students from Bartram, West Philadelphia, Fels, Overbrook South Philadelphia, Randolph, Edison and Dobbins high schools have been exposed to various experiences throughout the year that are intended to build self esteem, foster creative thinking and conflict resolution skills, focus on actions, attitudes and behaviors and understand individual strengths and weaknesses. The goal of the program is to increase student engagement and achievement, while decreasing student’s likelihood of being a victim or perpetrator of violence.
West Philadelphia High School vs. Mastery Charter Pickett Campus
The 1st Annual GettingtheMAXoutoflife/Jr 76er’s Basketball Game
Friday, February 25,
Philadelphia Police Academy, Philadelphia
Students participate in real-life drills at Philadelphia Police Academy
Thursday, December 16, 9-11:30am,
Rec Philly, 901 Market Street, Suite 2120, Philadelphia
14th Annual Birthday Event
August 30th | 2-4pm,
Mary McLeod Bethune School, 3301 Old York Road, Philadelphia
My Community, My Responsibility
Friday, February 26th,
52nd & Jefferson, Philadephia
Hearts & Heroes
Tuesday, December 15th, 7:00-8:30pm,
DTLR/VILLA Store, 608 South Street, Philadephia
13th Annual Holiday Surprise
GETTING THE MAX OUT OF LIFE is partnering with Eagles receiver, Alshon Jeffery, DTLR/VILLA, Chris "E" and 6abc News Anchor Sharrie Williams as we surprise 25 deserving youth with a special day!!! The kids will be given a shopping spree and plenty of Holiday cheer.
December 18th, 2019,
Universal Buford Charter School
Holiday Surprise for Students
Motivational Speaker Maxwell Brown teamed up with the Fraternal Order of Police to help support a partnership between the 19th District and Universal Blouford Charter School. Capt. Standford upon his arrival to the 19th district set out to partner with business's, schools and residents of the 19th District.
Universal accepted that invitation and look to work together in building a relationship amongst its staff and students. Today we celebrate that partnership. With the help of John McNesby, Pres. of the Fraternal of Police and Motivational Speaker, Maxwell Brown we will be honoring 40 students for the Attitude, Behavior and Attendance as some of Blouford top students. They will have a chance to meet with Mr. McNesby and Mr. Brown and thanked for their awesome work of focusing on their Education and putting their best foot forward. The real surprise will be when the students will be awarded with a very special gift for their hard work and commitment to their education.
Thursday, January 16, 2019 - 9:45am
Mastery Charter Pickett Campus, 5700 Wayne Avenue, Philadelphia
Sixers Youth Foundation to Kick Off Partnership with Mastery Schools with a Pep Rally
The Sixers Youth Foundation is celebrating its partnership with Mastery Charter School Pickett Campus with a pep rally. During the event, the Sixers will present uniforms to the 6th grade basketball team and 10th grade mentees of the GettingtheMAXoutofLife program. They will also hang a banner commemorating the partnership. The Dunk Squad will entertain students and give out free t-shirts.
CBS Covereage of Thanksgiving with the F.O.P.
Thursday, November 21, 2019
Shopright of Fox Street, 2600 Fox Street, Philadelphia
Thanksgiving with the F.O.P.
The F.O.P and GettingtheMAXoutoflife are teaming up this holiday season to help some deserving families enjoy their Thanksgiving. Families will be invited to meet with the current class of Police Recruits. They will have an opportunity to have an open discussion on policing, community engagement, and working together. The goal is simple; allowing for all participates to have an opportunity to see each other as people who share a common goal, the community they both share. The families will be surprised by the cadets and taken shopping for their complete Thanksgiving meal.
Thursday, December 20, 2018
Celebrate the Holidays with Students
Tuesday, December 18, 2018
The Business of Sports and Entertainment
Friday, August 17, 2018
Monday, April 23, 2018
Life and Boxing - The Ultimate Combination
Wednesday, Mar 7, 2018
"It Works for Me" New Partnership with the School District of Philadelphia
It has been such an AMAZING journey for me over the last couple of months. Stepping out and Starting "GettingtheMAXoutoflife" was the absolutely scariest thing I have ever done in my life. However, every single challenge, every obstacle that I faced and had to overcome has been more than worth the rewards of achieving yet another milestone in my goal to Inspire, Educate and Uplift our youth in the City I'm happy to call to home, Philadelphia has been well worth the struggle. I am so happy to announce to you that "It Works for Me", my 5-step self-awareness program has been accepted as an official mentoring program for the School District of Philadelphia!!!!! Having the opportunity to engage the youth in both High School and Elementary Schools across the City is an opportunity to help that young man or young woman recognize the greatness that is within them. I'm forever grateful to all of the support, words of encouragement and opportunities that have come my way. I can't Thank Richelle Payne, Publicist, Elijah Hollis, Choreography/Video and Steve Linchuk and Matt Roosa from Agency M for helping to bring my vision to life.
I'm thankful to each and everyone of you that took my calls. Everyone of you that donated your time, service and energy to help me complete a cause, mission or event. I hope to continue to make you proud and I hope to continue to put our youth in a position where they recognize their biggest obstacle in life is the one they create with their ACTIONS, ATTITUDE & BEHAVIOR.
Sunday, Nov 26, 2017
There is no "I" in Team!
It is with gratitude and thks to the F.O.P., Eagle's Alshon Jeffery, Washington High School Culinary Dept. Boxing Great Bernard Hopkins, Dept. Managing Dir, Tumar Alexander, Former Pro Baseball Pitcher Bo Donaldson and all of the wonderful volunteers who participated in the week of giving. We distributed over 2,000. Turkey's throughout the City. Served a Hot Meal to the local community cooked by students at the Fraternal Order of Police. Gave out gift cards for families to purchase the complete meals and visited 5 different communities with Meek Mills family and record label. The support was real!!! I'm forever grateful for the love and support.
Sunday, May 28, 2017
RNB Philly 100.3FM
Philly Speaks Radio Show
Live group conversation discussing everything from politics to business to entertainment at the studio with listener participation.
The event was on Sunday, May 28th, 2017
Tuesday, March 28, 2017
Sixers Headquarters, Camden New Jersey
MLK High School with 76ers CEO
Philadelphia 76ers CEO Scott O’Neil, in partnership with Maxwell Brown, hosted students from MLK High School for a candid conversation on life, their journey and what it takes. The goal was to inspire, educate and uplift these young men and women in hopes of them understanding how their ACTIONS, ATTITUDE & BEHAVIOR is key to their success or failure.
The event will be on Tuesday, March 28th, 2017
Tuesday, February 21, 2017
Hilton Philadelphia at Penn's Landing
PHLDiversity 2017 Business Opportunity Luncheon
Join us for a dynamic program that provides vendor opportunities, access and insights to contract needs for upcoming diverse meetings and conventions.
- Keynote - Maxwell Brown. Moderator - Kimberly S. Reed.
PANELISTS will represent the following incoming conventions:
- Gay and Lesbian Medical Association
- Out and Equal
- National Medical Association
- Hispanic Bar Association
- Black MBA Association
The event will be on Tuesday, February 21st, 2017 from 11:30am - 1:30pm and will be held at the Hilton Philadelphia at Penn's Landing, 201 S. Christopher Columbus Blvd., Philadelphia, PA 19106.
Monday, December 12, 2016
Philadelphia Media Network
Civil Rights and Responsibilities
Presented by The Philadelphia Inquire and Daily News, Newspaper in Education department (NIE) in Partnership with Maxwell Brown.
Panel discussion with students of the Philadelphia School District on Civil Rights and Responsibilities. The students will have the opportunity to engage Daily News Staff, Community Relations Officers and Business, Sports and Media personalities in a panel discussion on;
Police Stops and Your Rights
Professional and personal conducts of the stops
The goal is to continue to educate and create an environment where police and community have a mutual respect for each other. To also have the young men and women understand how they should conduct themselves and what steps they should take if they feel their rights have been violated. This is a continuing of the dialogue that was started over the summer btw Myself, Malcolm Jenkins, Jordan Mathews and other professional athletes who were looking for a way to improve police relations. Another step in having parties have an open and honest dialogue that will allow all parties involved to feel that they are being respected.
The event will be on Monday, December 12th, 2016 from 9:30am - 1:00pm and will be held at the Philadelphia Media Network, 801 Market St., Ste 300, Philadelphia, PA 19107.
Saturday, November 12, 2016
Simeone Automotive Foundation Museum
24th Annual Philly’s Men are Cooking
A fundraising event presented by the Ivy Legacy Foundation(TILF), the 501c3 charitable arm of Alpha Kappa Sorority,INC that showcases the culinary talents of volunteer chefs who prepare and serve their signature dishes for attendees to enjoy. This will be my 5th year showcasing my "Honey BBQ Wings”
The event will be on Saturday, November 12, 2016 from 7:00pm - 12:00am. The Simeone Automotive Foundation Museum is located at 6825 Norwitch Drive, Phila Pa. 19153
IT’S TIME TO GET THE MAX OUT OF LIFE!
ISN’T IT TIME TO EXPERIENCE THE POWER OF REDEMPTION, FORGIVENESS, AND THE IMPORTANCE OF REDEFINING YOURSELF FOR YOURSELF?
Maxwell Brown captivates audiences – young and old – as he shares how his years of incarceration can be linked to the decisions he made as a teenager, and then he helps you see how your thinking controls your actions, behaviors and outcomes. You will walk away from his workshops with a clear understanding that our choices carry consequences and of the innate power each of us has to change our destiny and achieve our dreams.