I'm Nick, and this is my site where you'll learn a little about me, but not much. I'm a private person. I'm an adept growth marketer who hyper-scales businesses through paid media channels and builds long-term growth with brand-building through content and SEO strategies.

🔗 Let's connect | Linkedin | Twitter

Nick on Twitter: "9 ways I consistently build high-performing and hyper agile teams regardless of the industry - a thread.From teams sizes of 5 to 1,000+, these work. The industries: big-box retail, hospitality, restaurant, IT, professional services, and marketing #LeadershipDevelopment #Leaders / Twitter"

⚠️ Problems that need solving

⚙️ Current personal projects

  1. Adding on ~1470 sq. ft. to our house. 1 Workshop, 1 Office, 1 Casita (Done)
  2. Building my brand speaking about; leadership, growth marketing, and business operations
  3. Reading one new book every week two weeks

💡 Ideas I'm exploring

  1. Sustainability business that will reward participants and brands that are environmental/climate conscious
  2. Launching again (3rd time), a retail service business. The last two were exited successfully.

📖 What I'm reading (currently)

The Business of Belonging | Read the First Chapter | CMX

Our Final Invention: Artificial Intelligence and the End of the Human Era|Paperback

Enlightenment Now: The Case for Reason, Science, Humanism, and Progress

🎤 How I got here (abbr.)

My older brother was very much into technology in the late '80s and early '90s. Being introduced to emerging tech at such a young age < 2, it's become an unshakable passion of mine to be on the cutting edge of technology in nearly every form. At the age of 10, I saved enough money to buy and resell a computer with a service contract from Computer Shopper Magazine. This was my start in entrepreneurship. I did well enough that at age 13, I bought myself a fishing boat with a trailer (my dad had to do the driving). In the 4th grade, I hacked my classroom computer to give myself all A's. Brilliant, I know, who would notice such a thing?! Anyway, I learned then and there, computers, or rather a deep understanding of underlying computing technologies, is a mighty thing to have a profound fundamental grasp of, which I do.

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