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Top 10 books rich people will read this summer


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A few weeks of vacation will allow you to sit on the beach with a good book in your hands. JP Morgan Private Bank publishes a reading list for billionaires every May. Writes about what the rich will read this summer CNBC.


These 10 Books carefully selected to suit the tastes and interests of JP Morgan's wealthy clients. This year's list includes books about effective communication, artificial intelligence, Formula 1, as well as whiskey, hidden getaways and the art collection of Alicia Keys and Swizz Beatz.

"Our clients range from owners Business and entrepreneurs to philanthropists and art collectors,” said Darin Oduyoye, director of communications for JP Morgan Asset and Wealth Management. “There are books that correspond to each of these groups.”

Supercommunicators: How to Unlock the Secret Language of Connection by Charles Duhigg

Based on the latest research on what makes effective communication, Charles Duhigg says, how we can improve our communication and strengthen our connections. Whether it's a jury room or a CIA officer recruiting a foreign agent, Duhigg uses powerful examples to illustrate how we can deliver effective messages.

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He says we recognize and engage the three layers of every conversation—practical, emotional, and social. Taking us from the writers' room of one of television's most successful sitcoms to the couches of sought-after marriage counselors, Duhigg shows us that there is a super communicator within each of us.

The Anxious Generation: How the Great Rewiring of Childhood Is Causing an Epidemic of Mental Illness by Jonathan Haidt

Social psychologist Jonathan Haidt sets out up-to-date facts and calls to action to focus attention on the global epidemic of adolescent mental illness. He believes the widespread use of smartphones and more than a dozen other devices has contributed to the “great reshaping of childhood.” Haidt argues that these technologies have had a profound negative impact on children's social and neurological development. The author explores what can be done to reverse negative processes. Importantly, Haidt calls for collective action and outlines the steps we all must take to end this epidemic.

Giants: Art from the Dean Collection of Swizz Beatz and Alicia Keys, published by Phaidon

В edition features selections from a world-class art collection that includes musical and cultural icons Alicia Keys and Swizz Beatz. “Giants” features 100 works by nearly 40 black American and African artists from different generations.

The collection features works by legendary as well as emerging artists, including Gordon Parks, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Lorna Simpson, Odile Donald Odita and Kennedy Janko.

"Giants" features exclusive conversations between Swizz Beatz, Alicia Keys and exhibition curator Kimberly Gant, as well as interviews with 10 renowned artists.

Brave New Words: How AI Will Revolutionize Education (and Why That's a Good Thing) by Salman Khan

Salman Khan, head of the non-profit organization Khan Academy, explores, how artificial intelligence (AI) will change learning not only in education but also in the workplace. The author demonstrates that AI will not replace human interaction, but rather will enhance it with tools that encourage creativity and problem solving.

It shows how AI can adapt to each student's individual pace while identifying strengths and areas for improvement. Khan offers practical takeaways for administrators, consultants, and hiring managers, as well as thoughtful ideas on how we can use AI in an increasingly digital world.

"Love & Whiskey: The Remarkable True Story of Jack Daniel, His Master Distiller Nearest Green, and the Improbable Rise of Uncle Nearest)" by Fawn Weaver

Entrepreneur Fawn Weaver reveals history one of America's most iconic whiskey brands. The book chronicles the quest to learn about the life of a 19th-century African-American distiller who played a key role in the development of Jack Daniel's Whiskey.

As Weaver travels through history to uncover the truth about Greene's contributions to the spirits industry and his friendship with Daniels, he uncovers a story that spans generations.

The Formula: How Rogues, Geniuses, and Speed ​​Freaks Reengineered F1 into the World's Fastest-Growing Sport by Joshua Robinson and Jonathan Clegg

В a book "Formula" The Wall Street Journal's Joshua Robinson and Jonathan Clegg tell the gripping story of how Formula One's fearless reinvention led to its breakthrough in America. With fast cars, engineering geniuses, rivalry drivers and a glamorous setting, "Formula" details how the "sudden" arrival of Formula One in the United States was actually decades in the making.

With unfettered access to Formula One's most iconic teams and icons, from Ferrari to Mercedes, Robinson and Clegg give readers a fascinating look at the drivers, corporations, cars and risks that have defined the world's fastest-growing sport.

Secret Stays: Pioneering Hosts of the New Chic, Melinda Stevens, Issy Von Simson and Tabitha Joyce

Fascinating research Secret Stays introduces 22 hidden gems that reflect the dynamic evolution of modern travel. The book features fascinating properties and the people who own them, from a secluded Croatian monastery to a Japanese townhouse. Through stunning photography and compelling storytelling, Secret Stays takes a fresh look at the diverse and ever-evolving side of modern travel.

Finding Fortunato: How a Peruvian Adventure Inspired the Sweet Success of a Family Chocolate Business by Adam Pearson

Adam Pearson takes us to journey into the jungles of northern Peru. It tells the inspiring story of an entrepreneurial family that struck gold and discovered the legendary Nacional white cocoa bean. Previously, these beans were considered extinct. The family founded Fortunato Chocolate, a company that later became known as the “chocolate Rolex.”

Uptime: A Practical Guide to Personal Productivity and Wellbeing, Laura Mae Martin

Every day, tens of thousands of Google employees—from interns to senior executives—rely on productivity consultant Laura Mae Martin to make the most of their time.

In his a book The author offers simple steps to increase productivity, prevent burnout, and achieve a better work-life balance. Whether you're faced with an avalanche of emails, an overloaded calendar, or a difficult meeting, Martin offers concrete steps. They will help you manage time effectively, focus on priorities and maintain effective systems and procedures.

The Secret Society of Aunts & Uncles, Jake Gyllenhaal and Greta Caruso

Quirky and touching book Featuring images of Jake Gyllenhaal and his childhood best friend Greta Caruso, The Secret Society of Aunts and Uncles explores the unique and hilarious role that relatives play in children's lives. Humorously exploring the lives of her aunts and uncles, this book paints a loving portrait of the special relationships between children and their relatives.

Anniversary Spotlight: “The Worth of Water: Our Story of Chasing Solutions to the World's Greatest Challenge,” Gary White and Matt Damon

In honor of the 225th anniversary of JPMorgan Chase's first predecessor, the Manhattan Company, which was founded as a water utility, the list features book "The Value of Water" by Gary White and Matt Damon.

The authors have a common mission to end the global water crisis. They take readers on a journey to provide communities and families with tools to solve the problem of drinking water scarcity. By describing their trial-and-error approach to finding a workable solution, White and Damon demonstrate how the water crisis can be solved through collective action.

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