The Journey of Success Podcast
Dave Sanderson shares his journey to fulfillment and happiness through speaking and spreading hope. Dave is an inspirational survivor, speaker and author. His thoughts on leadership have made him a nationally sought-out speaker. He is a survivor of the US Airways Flight 1549, or “The Miracle on the Hudson,” and the last passenger to depart the plane.
Your Partner In Success Radio
When US Airways Flight 1549, or “The Miracle on the Hudson,” ditched into the Hudson River on January 15, 2009, Dave Sanderson knew he was exactly where he was supposed to be. Dave discusses that day with Denise Griffitts and tells us how moments matter, how they define us and will have us questioning what we would do in a moment of crisis, but more importantly, how that would affect who we are and what we do with our lives going forward.
Think Outside the Lines Podcast
In this episode of Think Outside the Lines, we chat with Miracle on the Hudson survivor Dave Sanderson about defining moments that create a lifetime of purpose. After surviving one of the most high-profile aviation accidents in recent memory, Dave Sanderson built a career as a motivational speaker, mentor and author.
The Jesus Files Podcast
When Dave Sanderson heard the captain say, “Brace for Impact” he knew his life was about to change but he didn’t know how deeply. Only God knew that. And God has used Dave’s experience to deepen his faith and inspire him to help others in ways he had never imagined before that fateful day.
Play Your Position Podcast
Dave thought he was doing the right thing for his family by working hard all the time in order to provide. However, he was gone a lot and consequently, he missed many important milestones that happened at home. Dave says, “If you work for someone in a corporate environment, they own your time.” Dave wanted to schedule his time around family events, which he couldn’t do in the corporate job he was working in before the crash. Today, he runs his own show and loves every minute of it because he gets to spend more time with his family than ever before.
CEO Warrior Podcast
In this week’s episode of The CEO Warrior Podcast, Mike Agugliaro interviews Dave Sanderson, who is an inspirational survivor, speaker, and author. When US Airways flight 1549, AKA ‘The Miracle on the Hudson,’ ditched into the Hudson River on January 15, 2009, Dave Sanderson knew he was exactly where he was supposed to be.
Natural Born Coaches Podcast
Some quotes from the interview:
“I truly believe I was suppose to be on that plane for a reason”
“Leaning how to manage your mind through a crisis, that’s what has to happen”
“If you do the right thing, God will take care of you. The right thing for me was to help other people first.”
“Be aware. Pay attention.”
“We’re all caught in this cycle where we’re focused on getting the outcome, and we forget what’s important.”
“Step back and try to be more in the present”
“Every moment in your life does matter”
“I think that this story impacts and still resonates because it’s a story of hope”
Brain Burps Podcast
Many people who get on a plane are at least a little worried that something will happen. What do you need to do to be a survivor?
Brace for Impact: Miracle on the Hudson Survivors Share Their Stories of Near Death and Hope for New Life.
His first hand account of his experience aboard US Airways Flight 1549, aka the Miracle on the Hudson.
What lessons he learned from the Miracle on the Hudson.
How do you take a potentially tragic experience and turn it into an opportunity to survive and thrive?
What is PTSG? How does it differ from PTSD?
The new Miracle on the Hudson documentary produced and directed by Rick Ortiz coming out in January 2016.
What are the 12 Pillars of Resourcefulness?
Out of the Mud Podcast
In this Out of the Mud episode Dave Sanderson shares the story of Miracle on the Hudson Flight 1549, revealing the inner strength it took to make it through the day, and how teamwork, leadership, and state management can help overcome any obstacle.
Pat Hiban Interviews Podcast
Dave Sanderson conducts workshops and is currently working on his next book to be released titled “Moments Matter” in which he discusses how by employing 12 key resources was a main factor that turned a potential tragedy into the “Miracle on the Hudson” and how does one take a potentially tragic experience and turn it into an opportunity to grow and contribute.
The Rusty Lion Podcast
Have you ever wondered what would happen if the plane you were on went down, Young Lions? Have you ever tried to guess how you and others in that plane would react? Our guest today will share with you his experience of just that, and as he reveals, your life does flash before your eyes with total clarity. On January 15, 2009, Dave Sanderson was on flight 1549 when the plane lost both its engines and crashed into a lake. He was the last passenger to make it off the back of the plane on that fateful day and the one who took major responsibility for the well-being and safety of others, even risking his own life in frigid waters as he helped other passengers off the plane.
Vroom Vroom Veer Podcast
Dave Sanderson Vroom Veer Stories
Stood up to a Bully who was picking on another kid; praised by Principle in 7th grade.
Jock in High School good at all the sports; not so much at books.
Was a walk-on college football player; hurt his knee; dad made him pay for college.
Dad helped him get a job as an assistant manager at a restaurant; learned how to solve problems.
Faced a crazy day on Christmas Eve when Bill Marriott showed up; Dave asked him to drop some french fries.
Worked with Tony Robbins and got to hang out with that crowd, CEO’s, presidents.
His big moment helping people off a plane in freezing water; did the right thing.
The Champion Entrepreneur Podcast
On January 15, 2009, Dave was the last person off the plane that crashed into the Hudson River, best known as “The Miracle on the Hudson” and was largely responsible for making sure so many others made it out safely. In addition to speaking and training, Dave conducts workshops and is currently working on his next book to be released titled “Moments Matter”, in which he discusses how by employing 12 key resources was a main factor that turned a potential tragedy into the “Miracle on the Hudson” and how does one take a potentially tragic experience and turn it into an opportunity to grow and contribute.
Paper Napkin Wisdom Podcast
Dave Sanderson is a name some may recognize. On 15 January 2009, international headlines were made when US Airways Flight 1549 ditched in the Hudson River off Midtown Manhattan. As the last passenger off the back of the plane, Dave Sanderson’s experiences on that day acted to shape the message he spreads as an author and motivational speaker. The core of that message is found in his Paper Napkin Wisdom: “Being resourceful is the key skill to move from being good to being outstanding.” For Dave, “The Miracle on the Hudson” is a case study in resourcefulness. While he never could have known what was to happen, he believes it was more than coincidence that he was on that plane, citing the fact that he had given up his first class seat on another flight to be there. In the end, his resourcefulness and that of others, including the captain who drew on his training to glide the plane onto the river without colliding into the George Washington Bridge, saved lives.
Eternal Leadership Podcast
“Why I Chose to Be the Last Passenger Off of the ‘Miracle on the Hudson’ Airplane”.
“I think God needed to have leaders on that plane who not only believed in His mission but also really had to be there to help and support other people, and be a proof statement for other people that good things do happen when people do the right thing.” –Dave Sanderson
“You’ve got 155 people on a plane that didn’t know each other, who didn’t care about each other, all of a sudden pull together to do something that has never been done before. That’s one of the really key things that came out of this is the power of when you have a mission in life and have a commonality of that mission, you can achieve anything.” –Dave Sanderson
Cash Flow Diary Podcast
Dave Sanderson is a survivor. No one will ever dispute that, because he was the last passenger off US Airways Flight 1549… also known as “The Miracle on the Hudson.” You may have heard about this flight in the news. It ditched into the Hudson River on January 15, 2009. On that flight sitting in seat 15A, Dave Sanderson had no idea how much his life was about to change. It started with the words he heard the pilot say over the loud speaker, “Brace for impact.” Dave says he had to get his mind around what was happening and literally brace himself, from the physical to the emotional… really, really fast. That required what is required from all of us in times of crisis… no matter where that crisis takes place. He had to put things in proper order and get ready to do what must be done to get through the event. Dave says other than that event it was a normal business day in New York. But the day took on a whole new level of abnormal that none of us would relish.
Rhodes to Success Podcast
On this episode of Rhodes to Success, I interview Dave Sanderson, who is an inspirational survivor, author, and nationally sought out speaker. When US Airways Flight 1549, or ‘The Miracle on the Hudson,’ ditched into the Hudson River in January 2009, Dave Sanderson knew he was exactly where he was supposed to be; the last passenger off the back of the plane on that fateful day. He was largely responsible for the wellbeing and safety of others. During the show, Dave and I discuss leadership and communication.
Every Day is a Second Chance Podcast
Dave Sanderson is an inspirational survivor, speaker, and author. His thoughts on leadership have made him an internationally sought-out speaker.
When US Airways Flight 1549, or “The Miracle on the Hudson,” ditched into the Hudson River on January 15, 2009, Dave Sanderson knew he was exactly where he was supposed to be. The last passenger off the back of the plane on that fateful day, he was largely responsible for the well-being and safety of others, risking his own life in frigid water to help other passengers off the plane.