Marc Sparks: Brave Enough to Share His Successes and His Disasters

A Twist to the Typical Success Story

Marc Sparks is the epitome of an American success story, but with a few unexpected twists. Marc didn’t follow the usual step-by-step path to success widely encouraged today (excel in school, attain a college degree, go to graduate school and then work your way up in a well-known company) and instead chose instinct over training and over 60 companies as opposed to a singularly focused career investment. Marc is a man with strong Christian convictions who can often be heard giving open praise to the man upstairs for everything he has been able to achieve in his life.

A Man of Character and Depth

Marc has built amazing wealth, yet also knows what it is to create an extraordinarily successful venture only to watch it crumble; to be specific, to fall from a nearly one billion dollar worth to nothing in a devastatingly short three month period. To not only experience such a roller coaster of business highs and lows, but to be willing to share it in detail in his book They Can’t Eat You is one small demonstration of the depth of Marc’s character. His passion to help others succeed in business far supersedes the natural human instinct to cover up, or at least soften, the tales of their disappointments. Marc openly vocalizes the transitions that he has experienced as he aided in the growth of over 60 companies. Those around him state that he works with a passion and a sense of dedication and urgency rarely seen.

Beyond Work

Marc Sparks is a published author, a well-traveled individual, a proud father, and a philanthropist who is well-known for founding an inn that houses the homeless until they can get on their feet again. He is a man who believes in helping others; not just those in business, but anyone in life who he can assist with his knowledge and gifts in order to help them become the best version of themselves. Learn more: https://twitter.com/msparks5010?lang=en

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