3 Things I Learned From Tim Russert


1. Question everything and everybody, and do not settle for the first answer. Or the second.

2. Back up your argument with carefully researched facts. Then have more facts to back up those facts, and have them all printed out in hard copy to produce when needed.

3. Don’t make your job your life. One vacation in Italy will not fix years of working 80 hours a week.

Thank you, Tim, for keeping them honest all these years.


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