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Jordan Bishop
Jordan Bishop is the founder of Yore Oyster and the author of Unperfect: Innovators, Trendsetters, and the Art of Problem Solving. He writes about investing, money psychology, crypto, and luxury travel. In his free time, he likes to run and eat kimchi.

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