American writer Will Durant summarized an Aristotle idea by saying, “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, therefore, is not an act but a habit.”
Serial entrepreneur Marc Sparks has made business excellence a habit, and he shares how he achieved it in his book, “They Can’t Eat You: My Unorthodox Path to Outrageous Success.” – Get it at Amazon.
His book not only inspires those who dream of having a successful business, but learning from his failures empowers new entrepreneurs to continue forging their own path to success. The book offers business tips that Marc refers to as “Fifty Sparks.” Following these tips will help the business person lay a good foundation for their own success. Read more from Mark Sparks – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia and Marc Sparks • Profile • Disqus
Sparks did not take the typical path to success. He is a high school graduate with a C+ average and did not attend college. Although he was fired from his first job, he went on to make his first million when he was 27 years old. When he lost it all, his ‘never-give-up’ attitude, helped him re-invent himself and once again find success.
Armed with tenacity and discipline, Marc Sparks has launched and run over sixty start-up businesses, and sold many of these businesses. Among other things, he has started a home décor business and an automobile insurance company, been a landscaper, furniture salesman and a restaurateur.
In addition to giving expert business advice in “They Can’t Eat You,” Sparks is a philanthropist who through his business, Timber Creek Capital, helps new entrepreneurs navigate the tricky maze of starting a business and provides start-up funding to new entrepreneurs.
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