Marc Sparks: Lending A Helping Hand

According to an online article on PRNewsire.com, Timber Creek Capital, LP, has moved its offices. Marc Sparks is the founder and CEO of the company. It had been in its original location for over ten years, says the article.

He wanted the company to be in the best place to help startup business. Sparks has founded many businesses and has been instrumental in helping other entrepreneurs succeed in their businesses, the article says.

In a quote, Sparks explains that entrepreneurs need to build a business model and get resources in order to be successful. Now that Timber Creek Capital has redesigned its offices, Sparks says that they can host three other start-up companies to incubate.

Sparks opines that work environment makes up at least 25% in the recipe for success.

He points out that people are more apt to be successful if they are in a nice building rather than a run-down one in a bad neighborhood. Sparks advises entrepreneurs not to cut corners when it comes to where their offices will be.

In his experience with starting many successful companies, says the article, a certain flow is required to optimize working. He outlines many of his entrepreneurial experience in his book, “They Can’t Eat You”. He includes his many successes and some of his failures in the business world, the article states.

All of his experiences came to the culmination of Timber Creek Capital, LP. Sparks has over 30 years of experience in launching successful businesses.

According to Sparks, he mentors a few new companies at a time. Some of the things he teaches are marketing, capital, banking, and other business aspects. New entrepreneurs will have the tools they need when they are collaborating with Timber Creek, says the article.

Spark says that he has the experience and understanding to help other entrepreneurs. He says that there are many challenges that they have to face. Sparks wants to use his experience to help new entrepreneurs succeed, the article says.

All of the qualities that Sparks brings to the table as a mentor are something his team calls “spark speed”. Sparks explains that he has seen many levels of failure and success in the entrepreneurial journey.

Marc Sparks founded Timber Creek, LP, and its owner and CEO. He has written a book called “They Can’t Eat You”. It is part autobiographical and outlines his experience as an entrepreneur. He writes to help others to turn their ideas into successful businesses.

He is also known for his many philanthropical works. For several years, Sparks has partnered with habitat for Humanity to construct affordable homes for families.

He also has a charity called Sparkey’s Kids. With this non-profit, Sparks has donated 1,000 laptops to needy children with American Can! Academy. For nearly 30 years, he has worked with The Samaritan Inn. It is a homeless shelter in Texas that can house 160 homeless people a night.