New Marc Sparks Book Offers ’50 Sparks To Success’

There’s a common misconception that the most successful business people and entrepreneurs come from Ivy League business schools. The truth is that when it comes to success, what really matters is having the drive and the tools required to reach your goals. Veteran businessman Marc Sparks believes in that road to success and he lays out his “50 Sparks to Success” plan in his new book “They Can’t Eat You: My Unorthodox Path to Outrageous Success.”

Marc Sparks is a self-professed “C+ student” who managed to build a successful career in business. He’s worked with more than sixty startups, ranging from restaurants to insurance offices. Marc’s company, Timber Creek Capital, invests in companies very early, because he believes that the time to make mistakes and build value is early in a company’s history.

In his book (sold on Amazon), he shares his business experiences, both good and bad. He discusses at length what it was like to start an insurance company in your bedroom and then build it onto a $1 billion business.

Before losing it all in less than 90 days. Through his challenges, he’s learned some hard lessons about what is required to be a success and he’s developed his “50 Sparks” program that helps readers work their way through the steps required to become the success they believe they can be – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mark_Sparks.

While there are no guarantees in life (or in business), anyone’s best chance for success is to listen to the people who have experienced the ups and downs of life. Get details at Marc Sparks · Profile · Disqus

Marc Sparks is that rare businessman who has both the experience and the willingness to share it with others. If you’re going to buy one book to help you build your business, you’ll want to buy “They Can’t Eat You: My Unorthodox Path to Outrageous Success.”

More info can be seen here:

http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1132595 and http://citrite.org/marc-sparks-a-business-success-story/

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