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Finding the Miracle w/ Dave Sanderson

January 17, 2018

Episode #107 Finding the Miracle w/ Dave Sanderson


Welcome to the show!


I am so excited about this first interview of 2018 and I know you are going to love hearing from today's guest.  I found this story to be the perfect fit for the first interview of 2018 and it happens to be rolling out on the week of the 9th anniversary of the Miracle on the Hudson.

Everyone has their own personal plane crash, Dave Sanderson's came in the form of an actual plane crash when he was the last passenger off Flight 1549 known as the Miracle on the Hudson.

Dave's story is inspiring and full of miracles but it also has a very powerful voice component.


On today's episode, Dave and I talk about:

What it was like that day to be on that flight,

How he was meant to be on that flight,

How he used his voice in that experience and how it made a difference,

How the Miracle on the Hudson changed him,

What it means to have our own personal plane crash,

And so much more!

You don't want to miss this riveting and inspiring episode.

If you are ready to use your voice, don't hesitate to reach out and see if I can help!  I'd love to hear your voice story. 

Dave Sanderson


Dave Sanderson is the President of his firm, Dave Sanderson Enterprises based out of Charlotte, NC. On January 15, 2009, Dave was the last passenger 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, is a much sought-after podcast celebrity an author with his best selling book titled “Moments Matter”, hosts his own radio show on Contact Talk Radio and C-Suite Radio called “Moments Matter” and his daily briefing on Alexa titled, “Dave Sanderson: DECLASSIFIED.” He shares the 12 resources he and others employed that day and how you can use them to not only survive but grow and thrive in your life!

He and his wife, Terri, reside in Charlotte, NC.  They have four children, Chelsey, Colleen, Courtney, and Chance. 

You can find out more about Dave and his story and work at

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