How to save boatloads of time

 

“I’m busy,” is the classic response we turn to on a daily basis. We can never seem to find time to take a break from our busy lives, and the vicious cycle of eat, sleep, and work continues. We don’t have time to keep in touch with family, maintain relationships, contribute to helping others in need, meditate, or even get more sleep. But, by using Zolt, you can save almost 1-2 hours every day to do the things that matter.

Here’s how:

According to sources, we spend more than 8 hours a day reading and consuming media, and about 2 hours each day on the internet. This might not sound like a lot but that’s 2 hours each and every single day and this number is certainly growing. What if you could take the time that you spend reading the news on the internet and compress it?

Just like Geico says “fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance,” we, at Zolt, say that fifteen minutes could save you almost 2 hours a day to do the things that you want, without having to put aside “Treat Yo’ Self” time. A 600 word, 3 minute read article is summarized in 60 words or less, that’s a read time of about 18 seconds.

And just as you can treat yo’ self by saving time, you can also treat others by sharing the app, for every two downloads, we donate a textbook to children without access to education. The best part is, you don’t have to spend time or money; we do it for you.

So the next time you’re asked “Are you free tonight?” your answer won’t be “I’m busy.”

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