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Marc Sparks is an entrepreneur with a heart and passion to help others succeed. He wrote and published a book called “They Can’t Eat You,” which is tells about what he had to overcome to become successful. The book became an instant hit because of its no non-sense tips on becoming the entrepreneur that reaches their goal. Marc has the experience of entrepreneurial ship because he has invested in many different businesses.

Marc believes in reaching the C-minus student who doesn’t believe that they have a chance to succeed. He informs potential entrepreneurs that he too felt the same way, but he did not give up. Marc remarks that he doesn’t believe that everyone should go to college to reach their life’s goals. No, college is not bad, he states, he just believes that with the right direction and groundwork, people can achieve their business goals successfully.

Marc Sparks is considered a ‘serial’ entrepreneur because for over 37 years of business which had their ups and downs, he entered into business transactions just to see what would happen, whether the business failed or prospered. His business portfolio motto is not to fear but try out your ideas in a trial and error method which can lead to better funding opportunities and networking.

Marc’s business attitude about how to succeed in venture capitalism funding has helped make him a success. He is passionate about bringing along other future business-minded individuals which is why he also created the ‘Spark Tank.’ Marc is also the President of Timber Creek Capital, located in Dallas, Texas.

Marc founded the Timber Creek Capital company as a private equity company because its formation gives him the sole freedom to help potential entrepreneurs to turn their ideas into a lucrative market demand entity. His same efforts are also displayed with the Spark Tank.

With both entities, Marc is a hands-on mentor who provides the groundwork training that entrepreneurs need to take their ideas from the beginning to a fruitful end. He provides office space that would mimic each person’s virtual business site.

In addition to supporting future entrepreneurs, Marc Sparks is a generous philanthropist throughout his Dallas community areas. He supports high school programs and many different charities like Habitat for Humanity and the Samaritan Inn, both of which helps people, not with a hand-out but with a helping hand. Learn more: https://www.facebook.com/marc.sparks1