Marc Sparks, a religious businessman with a passion for growth

Marc Sparks has dedicated his time and wisdom to growing young companies that seem feasible. As an entrepreneur, he understands the struggle in taking the entrepreneurship journey and he founded Timber Creek Capital to be an incubator for startups. Three companies are taken in by the Timber Creek Capital from time to time to train and grow them into successful business ventures. Marc admits that having a working space that is conducive partially impacts the performance of a business. At Timber Creek Capital, the companies that are taken in are mentored and given access to a networking platform that will allow them to have access to capital, marketing tools, and even banking facilities.



He shares some tips for his success and failures that earned him his position in his book, They Can’t Eat You. Marc uses his experience in entrepreneurship to guide others on the path they should take when starting and running their business in order to be successful. He has started multi-million companies that have collapsed in a short period of time while others have skyrocketed with profits. Marc Sparks has over 3 decades of experience in starting and running a business and he currently owns a handful of successful businesses. Besides his passion for business, qualities such as urgency to attend to matters and his faith have played a huge part in his success and persistence in business. As an entrepreneur, he takes the keen interest in listening to ideas and helping grow the ideas into successful businesses.



Marc Sparks is a man with many hats. Aside from being an entrepreneur and an author, he is a renowned philanthropist. He has taken part in the building of houses are affordable to families through Habitat for Humanity. He also takes his time in the activities of a shelter for the homeless, The Samaritan Inn, Texas. He has bought and given the children supported by Sparkey’s Kids laptops. Marc resides in Texas, the same State where he attended his high school. He considers himself an average student who depended on God’s grace to get to where he is.



He motivated his employees to act in the moment. Urgency is something Marc is very keen about and has instilled in the people he works with, he believes that procrastination is the mother of failure. When he takes the business ideas into consideration, he lays out short and long-term plans for all the ideas he takes into consideration. Learn more:



Marc manages to keep up with his investments because he is not afraid of losing. He believes that wealth is a combination of having some good time with family and friends, enjoying good health, building a business with a supportive and happy team while maintaining satisfied customers.