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When it comes to managing his millions, Jay Leno likes to put his money “in a hammock and say, ‘You relax. I’m going to go work some more.'”

The comedian tells CNBC that he credits his conservative financial philosophy partly to “growing up with depression-era parents,” and partly to being dyslexic: “When you put numbers in front of me, I’m all over the place. If there’s any risk, I’m not interested. My money goes straight to the hammock.”
When it comes to managing his millions, Jay Leno likes to put his money “in a hammock and say, ‘You relax. I’m going to go work some more.'”
The comedian tells CNBC that he credits his conservative financial philosophy partly to “growing up with depression-era parents,” and partly to being dyslexic: “When you put numbers in front of me, I’m all over the place. If there’s any risk, I’m not interested. My money goes straight to the hammock.”
for more:
http://www.cnbc.com/2016/12/23/jay-leno-shares-how-dyslexia-helped-further-his-career.html

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