Lex was most polite in answering each of the many questions fielded to him during the Q&A session.
To a question about vision in sports life, he said "It's important to make small milestones toward your ultimate goal, and to achieve these one by one." When asked about how he overcomes difficult times, Lex said "When I'm struggling or feeling down, I always come back to working toward my vision. You've got to make progress by seeing failures as a chance to learn." In this way, he showed the importance of having a vision for everyone, making a highly fruitful question and answer session.
Summing up at the end, Lex said "I'm so glad everyone listened in today. I wish there was more time to speak, but the main point I wanted to get across is about having a vision. If you have a vision, even if you're in a bad situation, you'll be able to see a way through, and I think it's a wonderful opportunity to gain that way of seeing things, not just for us Paralympians but also for the audience too. I appreciate all the support given to me, to the Paralympic Games, and to all the other athletes."
Mr. Kominz, as the facilitator, said that the session was "Definitely a major plus for my life", and hoped that it gave new perspectives and encouragement to the people who participated.