Garrett Haake

Garrett Haake

Garrett Haake (April 14, 1985), is an American journalist based in He is a for .










    April 14, 1985

    5 feet 11 inches
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Early Life & Education

Haake graduated from Klein High School in the class of 2003. He went on to attend , receiving a in .


He started his career as a desk assistant at NBC Nightly News in 2008. Prior to joining in May 2017, he was a reporter and fill-in anchor at .

Haake covered everything from politics and scandal to crime and . In the fall of 2014 he traveled to , where he reported and shot an hour-long documentary about the end of involvement in the war in .

Before joining KSHB-TV, Garrett was an embedded reporter on the 2012 presidential campaign for . He covered the for 18 months, and reported from roughly 36 states.

Garrett is 2-time regional Emmy winner, for environmental and documentary reporting.

On May 31, 2020, while reporting from Washington, D.C. during protests near White House caused by the death of , Haake could be heard cursing after being hit with what he said was a projectile of some sort, such as a . When you think of your BIG goal, sometimes you start feeling overwhelmed. Why? Because big goals don’t get achieved right away. Instead, you need to create mini goals to help excite you along the way. This way you can be more goal-orientated and build a habit of being more effective.

Celebrating your small wins will help you stay motivated through your journey. Plus, celebrating is always super fun. Maybe you break your goal down to 10 small-sized goals with tasks that get you on track to achieve them.

For each of the 10 goals you can add a small celebration. Maybe a glass of champagne for one or a dessert with a sparkler on top for another. Don’t forget to check out some of our motivational quotes about success in a later section.

This goes back to the positive environment point: You need to be around others who are just as ambitious as you. American entrepreneur John Rohn once said, “You’re the average of the five people you spend the most time with it.” And whether or not that’s true is debatable, the reality is being around the right kind of people can only help you grow.

If you’re surrounded by those who love your ambition, you’ll be more ambitious and achieve more. If you’re surrounded by loved ones who tell you your goals are stupid and tell you to change them, you need to avoid them.

Be around those who help you feel comfortable being the ambitious, go-getter you are, so you can become the successful person you’re meant to be.

Personal Life

He married to CNN . and He also blessed with one daughter.

The couple met each other Iowa, covering ’s presidential campaign. Haake proposed over 2015, at dinner with Murray’s family in her hometown. With their help, Haake popped the question after being "randomly" selected by her father to say grace.

Mitt Romney wasn’t able to attend the wedding, but he sent a colorful statement that was incorporated into one of the toasts. Friends from the news media included , , , , Phil Rucker and Michael Barbaro. Murray wore a Pronovias gown with meaningful accessories. Haake gave her a bracelet on the day of the wedding that matched her engagement ring and Murray’s mother surprised her with the jewelry she wore as a baby, a single floating pearl necklace that served as her "something old."

The morning after, the newlyweds hopped a flight to Australia and spent 10 days exploring, including along the . They live in with their rescue pup, Shiner.

Social Media

Garrett is active on social media. As of May 2020, he has over 126,000 followers on Twitter and over 2,000 likes on . He also has an account garretthaake with over 5,000 followers, where he posts his work photos as well as his everyday life photos .

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