Marc Sparks is a highly successful serial entrepreneur, with over sixty startups under his belt, who has a passion to build profitable companies and lead people to achieve their highest potential. As the head of Timber Creek Capital, Marc maintains multiple portfolio companies and has sold just as many after turning them into profitable ventures.
Being a private equity firm, Timber Creek Capital specializes in turning people’s business ideas and visions into firm revenue-generating services and products.
By providing the needed capital, equipment, office space, web development, accounting, legal, customer service expertise, banking, marketing, support staff, and so much more, Timber Creek Capital helps people in need navigate their business visions from start to finish.
Thanks to Marc Sparks, the ideas, visions, hopes, and dreams of many people have not fallen by the wayside simply because they didn’t have the capital to get started.
Marc’s book “They Can’t Eat You” was written to empower entrepreneurs by giving them as much of his knowledge as possible. Marc didn’t have a college education to help him along the way but, instead, learned everything he needed to know on his own, and his self-made story has been an inspiration to so many people around the world.
His book presents how he, as a high school graduate with a C+ average, became the success he is today. His unorthodox journey shows people a level of accomplishment they can emulate, and the twists and turns he has experienced throughout his entrepreneurial whirlwind has inspired many unsure people to get out there and self-start their next idea or vision.
Marc Sparks is well-known for the way that he treats his staff, clients, customers, and anyone whom he comes into contact in life. Not only is Marc fair, but he is an understanding, open, great listener, who is very interested in other people’s wellness and security. He truly cares about providing value to real people in the real world and carries an urgency along with him that has become one of his greatest assets.
Throughout his life, Marc has been both poor and rich and his rougher experiences have taught him to always value what you have and that helping people is the greatest thing you can do with your time.
According to GoodReads, Marc Sparks generosity and compassion can be seen through his philanthropic efforts. He has been involved, since the late eighties, with The Samaritan Inn, a homeless shelter in Texas which gives people a hand up in society and houses about 160 residents a night.
People stay at The Samaritan Inn on average for five months and receive much needed financial education, counseling, family services, job placement, and access to health programs. Marc has personally helped build over a dozen homes that go to people in need and continues to this day to follow his heart by helping people.