Master the reality you create for yourself.

Speeches & Executive Programs

TED Talk: What reality are you creating for yourself?

TED Talk: What reality are you creating for yourself?
Isaac's journey will encourage many to think with limitless boundaries, and go after their dreams, no matter how big.
Dan Gilbert
Founder & Chairman, Quicken Loans Inc., Majority Owner, 2016 NBA Champion Cleveland Cavaliers
We brought more than 700 of our worldwide Managing Directors together for a week of leadership development. Isaac Lidsky closed the program, teaching us to master our reality by embracing our potential and overcoming our perceived limitations. Our leaders were captivated and inspired by Isaac, and the session ended in a standing ovation ... something that doesn't happen too often around here! We would love to host Isaac again soon.
Bob Gerard
Senior Manager, Talent Research and Innovation, Accenture
Isaac is inspiring. He triumphs in the face of great challenges, with grace and humility. I have seen how Isaac meaningfully connects with and touches those around him, and each of us is better for it.
Justice Sandra Day O’Connor
Associate Justice, U.S. Supreme Court (Ret.)

About Isaac Lidsky

About Isaac Lidsky

As Inc. reported, “ISAAC  LIDSKY may possess the most eclectic resume in business.”

Series regular “Weasel” on Saved by the Bell: The New Class, he graduated from Harvard College at 19 (cum laude) and from Harvard Law School (magna  cum laude); served as a Supreme Court law Clerk (to two Justices); was a Justice Department litigator (undefeated); founded a tech startup (sold for $230 million); turned a failing construction subcontractor into a highly profitable construction services company (ten times larger); and founded  Hope for Vision, a nonprofit that funds the development of treattments and cures  for blinding diseases.

He lives in Windermere, Florida with his wife Dorothy and their four children.

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