Marc Sparks share his advice for success in new book

Not all successful entrepreneurs live the total life of a fairy tale. Marc Sparks is the perfect example. He was not the valedictorian of his class or a straight A student.

He wasn’t even a B student, yet through hard work and dedication, he went on to be a successful entrepreneur. Sparks is willing to share the lessons that he had to learn on his own in a new book that readers are gobbling up in hope of learning how to make their own profit. Learn more:

Once he made it and was on his way to success he lost everything and then managed to regain it. Sparks shares all of his mistakes and experiences as outlined in his new book, They Can’t Eat You – My Unorthodox Path to Outrageous Success and outlines for others his steps to success.

In the book (get it on Amazon and GoodReads) Marc Sparks shares advice, and offers inspiration for other people everywhere with his list of “Fifty Sparks.” Anyone can follow his advice and easily find their own way in the business world. Whether you’re looking to invest, or start your own company there is useful information for every step of the way.

Sparks owns Timber Creek Capital. The company provides start-up funds for a variety of smaller companies. With his expertise behind it he is able to make smart decisions and use his ideas to make a lot of money –  What a Venture Capitalist like Marc Sparks Wants From A Presentation.

Two examples of successes are the companies Cardinal Telecom LLC and Blue Jay Wireless. A believer in giving back Sparks is also involved in Samaritan Inn. The facility offers residents career guidance, job placement a help in budgeting their money.

Marc Sparks is just one example that anyone can become a success if you make the right steps along the way. You don’t have to finish top in your class or come from big money to make some of your own (more here: Marc Sparks: More Business Than Usual). Let They Can’t Eat You – My Unorthodox Path to Outrageous Success be your guide to a successful future.

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