Jackie Robinson once said, "A life is not important except for in the impact it has on other lives." Capt. Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger certainly has had such an impact. The airline pilot saved 154 souls aboard a US Airways flight by landing in the Hudson River in January 2009, after the plane was disabled when it struck a flock of geese. In this interview with former SUCCESS magazine publisher Darren Hardy, Sullenberger explains how he's used his acclaim for good causes in the years since that wet landing, and he highlights the work of many more philanthropists.