Anyone looking for a fresh perspective on entrepreneurship or business growth in general need to check out Marc Spark’s new book, “They Can’t Eat You: My Unorthodox Path to Outrageous Success”. In this book, mega successful entrepreneur Marc Sparks takes readers on his own personal journey through the many successes as well as the many failures he has experienced in his life. Read more: www.goodreads.com/author/show/9661324.Marc_Sparks and http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1132595
Being a C+ student and not even attending college, “They Can’t Eat You” tells the story of a young man who rose to the top in a very unorthodox way. Spark’s was hounded by his friends and colleagues to put his wisdom and knowledge into a book for people to enjoy, but more importantly to learn from.
With the first part of the book being a bit of a biographical account of Spark’s past and experiences, the second half of the book is where the knowledge and wisdom gained by the author through years of experience in building and growing businesses is offered to the readers. They 50 bits of wisdom to help grow a business are called 50 Sparks and are accompanied by specific actions that can be taken immediately to generate growth right away for those hungry entrepreneurs that can’t wait to get started.
According to Wikipedia and Disqus, Marc Sparks is what they call a serial entrepreneur. He has experience in over sixty start ups throughout his life. He has been starting, growing and overseeing successful business since the Eighties.
What is perhaps even more impressive is the variety of business that Sparks has found great success in. From insurance holding companies to software businesses, Sparks is able to do it all with his entrepreneurial mindset and never back down attitude.
To supplement his entrepreneurial success, Marc Sparks has also established a name for himself in the realm of philanthropy. One of the projects he is most involved in is known as the Samaritan Inn that is a homeless shelter in his home state of Texas. The shelter takes homeless an average of 160 people in per night and many stay up to months at a time. Learn more about him here Marc Sparks – AngelList
The residents are put through a series of many programs including family services, job placement, financial education and more. He has worked closely and greatly supported the Samaritan Inn since the eighties. Spark’s is also a deeply religious man who attributes his success and innate abilities to God. He is also a dedicated family man.