I thought for a second and the movie “Sully” popped in my head. One of the scenes from the ferry, one of the ferry crew members told a passenger that “No one dies today!” And that was my answer about the mindset from the day. We all worked together so no one was left behind and hence a potential tragedy turned into a miracle.
In my Tedx talk “JOLT- Bouncing Back,” I speak about growth out of a traumatic experience leads to a life transformation. In an interview I did the week after my Tedx talk, I was asked, “how did you know your life was transformed”? I shared that I believe my life was transformed by a realization about my level of consiousness.
Since the premier of “Sully” and my Tedx talk, “Bouncing Back,” there is a question I get asked consistently, and it’s not about the Miracle on the Hudson. It is about the one most important thing I learned from my time being around Tony Robbins.
Dave Sanderson shares what the statement "if you work on your gifts they will make room for you" means to him and where he learned this statement.