My Story in Five Parts

About Nicholas Scalice

Let me tell you my personal story in five parts…


If you spend some time browsing around, you’ll notice that I have a serious interest in marketing and productivity.

Specifically, I want to help people combine the two, so that they can make their marketing efforts more productive.

Think of this as a fusion between the marketing insights of Gary Vaynerchuk and the personal productivity techniques of Tim Ferriss.

Those two guys were the inspiration for my latest project, Earnworthy.


I live and work in beautiful Boca Raton, Florida as a Marketing Productivity Strategist.

My background is rooted in sales, although I’ve been working as a full-time marketer for over six years.

Prior to all this, I was (and still am) involved in both domain name investing and affiliate marketing.

I also ran my own social media marketing consultancy for five years, where I helped small business owners in South Florida gain awareness, authority, and trust using social media.

I’ve presented inbound marketing seminars and workshops for dozens of organizations, including Rotary International, Realtors Association of the Palm Beaches, Jusuru International, Signature School of Real Estate, and more.

Moreover, I currently serve on the Board of Directors of the Florida Direct Marketing Association as the Social Media Chair.


I attended Florida Atlantic University where I graduated with a Master’s degree in Public Administration.

My time on campus was also spent serving in Student Government, which was one of the highlights of my college years.

I continue to serve on campus as a volunteer advisor for my fraternity, Phi Delta Theta.

Lastly, I hold a number number of marketing certifications including the Google AdWords Certification, HubSpot Inbound Certification, Hootsuite Certified Professional, and Google Analytics Individual Qualification.


When not working, I’m usually spending time with my amazing wife, Michelle.

We’re fans of Starbucks lattes, quiet bookstores, and pretty much every Italian restaurant in town.


I like Apple products, an occasional game of chess, caffeinated beverages, bold fonts, and the oxford comma.

Oh, and the best way to connect with me is on Twitter. Come say hi!