Marc Sparks Authoring Book on Success

Marc Sparks is a businessman living in Dallas, Texas. He is known in the business world as a serial entrepreneur, a person who starts a business and then sells his part of the fledgling operation to someone else. Sparks is a venture capitalist lending his monies to help other businesses get up and running. He is the head of Timber Capital also located in Dallas.

Much of his success has been gained by investing in the lucrative telecommunication business. Sparks has had interests in Splash Media, Blue Jay Wireless, and Cardinal Telecom. Like many successful businessmen, he has also been involved in real estate.

Marc Sparks, the man, has many connections to philanthropy in his local area. He was pivotal in beginning the Samaritan Inn, a shelter for the homeless. He has built homes with Habitat for Humanity for the betterment of his community. Sparks is an avid supporter of the American Can! Academy, a magnet program for high school students in Dallas.

The life story of Marc Sparks will be detailed in a future book he is writing, They Can’t Eat You which explains his path from being a C student in high school to the fantastic success he enjoys and shares with others, today. This progression from mediocre student to a giant in the business world is an observable phenomenon for observant students of life. Many begin to realize that success can come to those who are not the best and the brightest.

In fact, there are many brilliant businessmen who were not great students, and more surprisingly many of them had learning problems and even dyslexia. In the case of Sparks, as in the many other instances of brilliant businessmen, having average or poor school grades and even problems with learning did not deter them from their paths to greatness.

From experience, we know that success is a difficult status to obtain. Sparks has proven himself worthy of accolades not just for his business success but for his philanthropy. His giving back to his community is a testament to his real worth as a human being.