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Win All 11 Books from J.P. Morgan’s 25th Summer Reading List

Expand your horizons with JP Morgan's thought-provoking summer reading list. Enter to win all 11 titles by sharing a quick money win with the Tiller Community.

Over its 25-year history, J.P. Morgan’s Summer Reading List has become an anticipated event, featuring works by renowned authors, entrepreneurs, academics, and thought leaders.

Curated from hundreds of suggestions by J.P. Morgan’s advisors worldwide, the list features a diverse collection of eleven nonfiction titles in genres such as business, science, history, and self-improvement.

The list aims to spark curiosity, inspire new perspectives, and promote intellectual adventure among readers. Titles are selected based on timeliness, quality, and global appeal.

The list’s longevity and J.P. Morgan’s brand recognition have established it as an influential source for book recommendations.

The 11 Titles of the 2024 book selections

The 11 books selected for J.P. Morgan’s 2024 Summer Reading List are:

  1. Supercommunicators: How to Unlock the Secret Language of Connection by Charles Duhigg
  2. Giants: The Celebration of Art by Alicia Keys and Swizz Beatz
  3. Love and Whiskey by Debra Pollack
  4. The Formula: How Rogues, Geniuses, and Speed Freaks Reengineered F1 Into the World’s Fastest-Growing Sport by Joshua Robinson and Jonathan Clegg
  5. Secret Stays: Pioneering Hosts of The New Chic curated by Melinda Stevens, Issy von Simson and Tabitha Joyce
  6. The Secret Society of Aunts & Uncles by Jake Gyllenhaal and Greta Caruso
  7. Finding Fortunato: How a Peruvian Adventure Inspired the Sweet Success of a Family Chocolate Business by Adam Pearson
  8. Uptime: A Practical Guide to Personal Productivity and Wellbeing by Laura Mae Martin
  9. The Anxious Generation: How the Great Rewiring of Childhood Is Causing an Epidemic of Mental Illness by Jonathan Haidt
  10. Brave New Words: How AI Will Revolutionize Education (and Why That’s a Good Thing)

Anniversary Spotlight – this is a special category that celebrates JPMorgan Chase’s 225th anniversary, as its earliest predecessor was founded as a waterworks company in 1799.

11. The Worth of Water: Our Story of Chasing Solutions to the World’s Greatest Challenge by Gary White and Matt Damon

And now you can win all eleven books on the list

We’re offering two Tiller customers the chance to win all eleven books on the list simply by sharing one money win from the past year in this thread in the Tiller Community.

It could be tiny, like a small way you’ve saved money, or huge, like paying off a big debt or reaching a milestone savings goal.

Basically, if you feel like it’s a win, it’s a win!

How it works

  • Share your quick money win here in the Tiller Community
  • We’ll select two entries with a “Randomize Range” in Google Sheets
  • We’ll choose both winners on Monday, June 3
  • We’ll notify each winner via direct message in the Community
  • All books will ship via Amazon
  • You must have a US shipping address to win

Good luck with the drawing, and thank you for sharing your money win with the Tiller Community!

Edward Shepard

Edward Shepard

Marketing Lead at Tiller. Writer. Spreadsheet nerd. Get in touch with partnership ideas at edward @ tillerhq.com.

Notable Replies

  1. My big win: I finally have a handle on what I’m spending, and was thus able to set a realistic budget, which led me to figure out how much extra I could be paying towards my morgage each month. If I stick to this budget, I’ll be paying it off by 2025 - 7 years early!

  2. I had a really big win this year: finally reached my retirement saving goal!

    For a long time I’ve been working to save up money for retirement. I’ve had a dollar amount in mind that would allow my wife and I to retire and live in comfort. Within the last year I’ve reached that goal. Now my spouse and I just need to figure out when we both want to stop working and if we want to relocate. These are problems you want to have. :grinning:

  3. What is your interest rate? If it’s low, you might want to invest the excess and pay off the house on schedule.

  4. Avatar for us1 us1 says:

    I recently started my 2nd year of Tiller usage, and it has allowed me to both leverage my time and visualize projected cash flow much better than my previous manual spreadsheet tracking methods. This has allowed me to make significant progress towards my two pressing goals of paying off my car loan and aggressively building an emergency savings account. Based on my Tiller cash flow projections, I am on track to complete both of my goals by the end of Q3 2024, and I couldn’t be happier. I’m looking forward to the continuous evolution of the Tiller products. Thanks!

  5. Avatar for mark mark says:

    My money win in the last year: I finalized my categorizing for 2023 and then printed it out and walked through the whole picture with my wife. It led to discussions about our spending trends, where spending got out of control, and just getting on the same page on household spending.

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