Testimonial

"The amazing story of Dave Sanderson is what draws you in but it’s the personal connection he makes that is the true difference. As the keynote speaker for our association event, he captivated the group as he related the events of The Miracle on the Hudson and then challenged and inspired each individual to examine the lessons learned and correlate them to their personal experiences. The real impetus is how relatable Dave is. Rather than just hearing an incredible story, the listener finds themselves in Dave’s shoes and questions not only what they personally would have done in that moment but, more importantly, how that would affect who they are and what they do today. A month later, I am still receiving positive feedback from our members and stories of the impact the session had on them personally. Dave Sanderson is a great speaker and an amazing man. Thank you for sharing your gift and inspiring us all to view our personal missions in a new way." ~ Robert F. Albanese, Senior Regional Vice President, PA/NJ/DE, Long and Foster Real Estate, Inc

Testimonial

"When Dave Sanderson finished speaking at the LIDMA Annual Conference it was clear that his message was powerful and resonated with everyone in the audience by the standing ovation he received. Not only does Dave have an incredible story based upon his experiences, but he is inspiring, motivational, engaging and has a great sense of humor! Dave’s stage presence and presentation style are outstanding for a closing keynote session. I say closing as opening with Dave would simply be a tough act to follow for anyone! Dave is also genuinely a great guy, opening himself to questions and taking the time to interact with event attendees throughout his time there. We highly recommend Dave Sanderson for your next meeting, conference or convention regardless of the industry you are in. His message reaches beyond industries and affirms belief in the human spirit!" ~ Gina Grantham, CAE, CEO, Life Insurance Direct Marketing Association

Dave Sanderson: Declassified- Dependability

Count on your most dependable people in the most stressful situations.

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Dave Sanderson: Declassified- Problem Solving fastest way to Leadership!

Some have not only become leaders by deeds but because they have solved BIG problems. Those who have done that have not only earned their leader status but will be known for decades to come, a leaders’ leader.

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Dave Sanderson: Declassified- JOLT- How to bounce back

Dave "declassifies" what a personal plane crash is and how to grow from one of these traumatic life events

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Dave Sanderson: Declassifed- Rituals are the formula by which discipline is developed

Dave "declassifies" some of the rituals he learned from leaders that you can use to get discipline in your life!

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Dave Sanderson: Declassified- Teamwork is less of ME and more of WE

Dave "declassifies" how he learned to check his ego at the door to accompish the bigger missions in life.

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Dave Sanderson: Declassified- Risk comes from not knowing what to do

Dave "declassifies" how he was taught to assess risk by having the humility to prepare.

By |April 3rd, 2018|Alexa|0 Comments

Growing out of adversity- Part 3: Don’t waste reps!

One of the things I enjoyed most when I was growing up in southern Ohio was going to Cincinnati Reds games at Crosley Field. My father would come home early and we'd jump in the car and head to the field. It was a magical time, not only being at the field seeing big leaguers play but being with my Dad as he explained the game to me. The first time he took me was when the San Francisco Giants played the Reds and his favorite player, Willie Mays, was in the line up. We got to the game early to watch batting practice and he told me to watch Willie and how he prepared for the game. I watched him and Johnny Bench and they both had a similar routine. Every rep they took in the field and in the batter box was taken extremely seriously. They never wasted [...]

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