Closing keynote spotlight: Walk away from LCI Congress with a new sense of inspiration

There is no better way to wrap up days of discovery and Lean discussion than inspiring words from an empowering closing keynote like Isaac Lidsky.

At the end of the 21st Annual LCI Congress this October, Isaac will leave you with words that set the tone for overcoming challenges throughout both your daily life and your Lean projects.

From child stardom to excelling in multiple industries and advancing through incomprehensible obstacles, Isaac’s story is a true testament to what we can accomplish when we believe in ourselves and dream big.

Throughout his extensive career, which started as a child star playing Weasel on NBC’s “Saved By The Bell: The New Class,” Isaac Lidsky has made a name for himself by following his values. He went on to serve as a U.S. Justice Department lawyer who never lost a case, co-founded an internet startup, and became an entrepreneurial disrupter in the construction industry.

His ambition remained even when, at age 25, he became entirely blind from a retina degenerative disease. He founded Hope for Vision, a nonprofit organization to fund the development of treatments for blinding diseases — an organization which has expanded rapidly earning millions of dollars for a cause close to his heart.

Now at age 39, Isaac is an influential speaker and author of The New York Times bestseller “Eyes Wide Open.” His message, drawing from a lifetime of success and overcoming all odds, is simple but powerful “It isn’t external circumstances, but how we perceive and respond to them, that governs our reality.”

What better way to drive home the importance of efficiency, quality and safety improved by a Lean mindset?

Discover his advice on confronting challenges with initiative and vision — both in life and work — when you attend the 2019 LCI Congress October 14-18 in Fort Worth, Texas.