Marc Sparks is an entrepreneur, businessman and philanthropist. He is a product of Austin, Texas and is a 1975 high school graduate. After high school he dove into the deep end of the business pool and took on the role of principal in many start-up companies. Without any formal training, Sparks managed to create and sell products that made him several hundreds of million dollars. Sparks credits a great deal of his success to his keen interest, passion for what he does, an incredible understanding of business and his ability to learn from his mistakes.Learn more : http://thebrotalk.com/bro-recommendations/dallas-entrepreneur-marc-sparks-spills-must-visit-list-wineries-dfw/
His passion is to build companies using ideas others think are impossible or improbable. With idea in hand Sparks develops a business model and a company culture, along with short term goals and long term growth plans.
He developed what employees call “Spark Speed.” He works entirely in the present and usually by eliminating unnecessary steps along the path to a solution. He uses those failures as a launching pad to bigger and better things whether it is a new product or a solution to address a concern or answer a question. Mark Sparks is excited about life and reveals in its day to day challenges no matter how mundane they may seem. His “I can’t win it all” attitude, sometimes as seen as a defeatist’s attitude by others is his way of maintaining balance in reality.Learn more : https://www.amazon.com/They-Cant-Eat-Marc-Sparks/dp/0990495000
Being financially secure is a perk of being successful. He counts among his riches great health for himself and his family, spending time with family and friends and building a successful business from the ground up. Without the fear of losing it all, Sparks maintains an attitude of gratitude for all his good fortune. It is good fortune he feels compelled to share with others. When he puts on his philanthropic hat, he spends his time and money helping those less fortunate than himself. A strong neighborhood and community are equally important as a strong economy and quality of all for all.
Mark Sparks has chronicled his life – the good, the bad and the ugly, in a book entitled “They Can’t Eat You.” He wants aspiring entrepreneurs to know it is possible to be successful with hard work, dedication and commitment.