Entrepreneur, Bodybuilder and Author Nick Santonastasso to Give Keynote at EXPCON 2022

If there ever was a scene-stealer on stage, it’s Nick Santonastasso, a motivational speaker, bodybuilder, and bestselling author, who will be the keynote speaker at EXPCON 2022 on Oct. 13 in Las Vegas.

You see, Nick was born with no legs and one arm. But that doesn’t matter. He takes the stage, stairs – and, well, you name it –  under his own strength and determination, all due to his incredible discipline and motivation to overcome any challenge in his way, whether it’s physical or mental. 

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Nick’s mantra is simply “It’s not can’t – it’s how.”

Meet Nick Santonastasso, One Incredible Human Being

Nick Santonastasso was born with Hanhart Syndrome, a rare congenital disorder that causes malformed extremities and fingers. But, this condition does not interfere with Nick’s desire to drive his body to greater heights through a high-energy, positive and determined mindset that has allowed him to become extremely successful. 

Nick Santonastasso on stage at the 2022 eXp Shareholder Summit in Orlando.

He feels “the worst disability someone could have is a bad mindset” and has trained more than 1 million entrepreneurs to elevate their income and business. Nick is a competitive bodybuilder, author and sought-after speaker who delivers on topics such as building confidence, persistence, goal-setting, leadership and turning failure into success.

Santonastasso Also Appeared at eXp Shareholder Summit

Nick is no stranger to the eXp Realty family. He appeared onstage at the 2022 eXp Shareholder Summit with eXp World Holdings Founder, CEO and Chairman Glenn Sanford and said,  “What I’ve also realized is that low-energy people do not attract high-level opportunities, high income or high commission checks.”

It’s with this kind of insight and inspiration that Santonastasso will be a not-to-miss speaker at EXPCON 2022, whose theme is “Built for the Future.” 

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If you register for EXPCON before July 30, general admission tickets are $700. On July 30, the price goes up to $899. Hurry and reserve with just $250! Partial payments are accepted to secure the low $700 price.