On the blog entitled “Newsom Thing Was Going On”, I have read this article about Joseph Bismark being spiritually grounded as a businessman. When it comes to the business world, spiritual would be the last thing I would use to describe the corporate world. As a matter of fact, I have found that most businesses are all about making money. A lot of businessmen tend to be rude to people who are somewhat less fortunate. The different levels of leadership are very obvious due to the power trips and the politics. Reading about Joseph Bismark has been refreshing to me.

Joseph Bismark is a rare type of person. He has risen to the top in the corporate world while staying true to his beliefs. I have found that many businessman tend to shed their beliefs as they rise up. A lot of it could be due to the pressure that one goes through as he takes on new responsibilities. There is also the chance of dropping their spirituality for corporate gain. However, this is a different issue all together.

Joseph Bismark has undertaken the demanding task of establishing a business. He has maintained an optimism and a willingness to deal with the challenges that come with the establishment of a business. He has gracefully worked through the challenges and has established one of the most successful businesses. One good thing about “The Gem Collection” author  is that he is able to use his success to teach people how to become grounded. He also shows people the value of humility and treating others as equals. He is not self seeking. He also would not put others down just to make himself look better. He is a spiritual leader that recognizes the value in everyone. He takes the spiritual lessons he has learned from a young age and applies it to every aspect of his life.


An entrepreneur is some one who owns and operates a successful business. Anyone can be a businessman and simply own a business. An entrepreneur takes risks and therefore they see great returns. They are usually seen as visionary and innovative. They are willing to put in longs hours and they do. They work hard and make many sacrifices for their company. Sometimes people don’t see the sacrifices. It is like being a parent and their business is their baby. There are many sleepless nights and times that the parent goes without just to give to their child.This is true of a successful business (especially in their early stages) and a true entrepreneur is willing to do anything they have to do to get their business healthy. 
A successful businessperson always puts the customer first. They make sure to put forth a positive image. You don’t complain to your customers – then they would not come back. You want repeat business so you make sure to leave the customer wanting more or leaving with a positive response feeling. Word of mouth is the best advertisement so you want to make sure to encourage your customers to spread the word.
A successful entrepreneur knows that he/she has to beat his/her competition and provide superior service. You can also provide a service that your competitor does not do. There are many ways to beat your competition and a good businessperson finds it. A successful entrepreneur is well organized and good with money. It is important to take care of your clients’ money no matter what your company’s product. Time and money are valuable commodities; as much as you want people to respect your time, you have to respect others time and money as well. 
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Who is Marc Sparks?

When a good entrepreneur succeeds, they give back to their community or the causes dear to them. Marc Sparks is a healthy entrepreneur. He started out as a C student in school but now owns multiple businesses. He is the owner of Timber Creek Capital, which specializes in venture capitalism. They give start up capital to new businesses. Marc USA, a large advertising agency in Pittsburgh, has launched a new program called Marketing Sparks to help entrepreneurs with their businesses. Marc Sparks worked hard to get where he is today and now he has dedicated life to helping others get their start.