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Assignment 2: What are your JTBD?

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Description and Requirements
Write out a JTBD statement for the users who experience the problem you are trying to solve.
If you want, list out some competitors to your product that also fulfill that JTBD.
At a minimum, write one main JTBD, but feel free to also include a secondary JTBD that ties into how your product is differentiated from your competitors.

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