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By J.D. Houvener
Patent Attorney and Founder

Everybody I’m JD Hooven are your hosts of the bullet today’s show where you the inventor entrepreneur business owner get your daily inspiration to make the world a better place [Music] [Applause] [Music] all right we’re here in our big long series talking about how to write and file a patent application this is step number three and we’ve talked a couple times before this week about you know how to get the title and the category of your invention set up and to begin writing that description which is the written description of your invention it’ll be the heart of the provisional patent application that you’re working on so step three is working on the market to need describing in your written description why there’s a need for your invention laying out at least initially what the problems are okay and how your invention is going to solve them that’s it that’s really what the key part of this is about again it’s a little bit one or two paragraphs don’t go more than about 250 words I like to break down these small chunks so that it’s very doable for you and so I’ve laid out again a nice little template language for you if you’re kind of stuck you don’t matter get it down on paper of some words to start with you know you would be desirable to have X it’s achievable to do that currently using a B and C but it’s really lacking in you know de and F you look sure be nice to have something in the industry that could tackle all of these issues such as this invention that’s really the whole substance and the candor you should take when you write this part of the application it’s going to set up what’s going to come later as you’re more specific just detailed descriptions about how your invention is different from the prior art I’m your host JT governor of the bold today show thanks for joining have a great day everybody go big go bowl

About the Author
J.D. Houvener is a Registered USPTO Patent Attorney who has a strong interest in helping entrepreneurs and businesses thrive. J.D. leverages his technical background in engineering and experience in the aerospace industry to provide businesses with a unique perspective on their patent needs. He works with clients who are serious about investing in their intellectual assets and provides counsel on how to capitalize their patents in the market. If you have any questions regarding this article or patents in general, consider contacting J.D. at