Slack is the communication tool we’re using to make consulting with the team way easier. Like in Google Drive, each topic has its own Slack channel. For example in #kinderworld-ideas we share ideas for content of the Kinder World platform and in #daily we share what we’re going to work on for the day.
Whether you’re writing a Kinder World article, Sinterklaas poem, newsletter or investor pitch, if you’re looking for new ways of saying the same thing check out Thesaurus.com. You give them a word and they’ll come up with dozens, if not hundreds of synonyms. Looking for the Dutch equivalent? Synoniemen.net is the place to go.
When you have an important question to ask right now you can find a list of all phone numbers here.
Have something to share that should not get lost in a sea of notifications and limited storage space? Use email! All email addresses can be found in this document.
Did you receive your very own @kinder.world mail? Please use the following email signature:
Use Boomerang: send later and get reminders on emails
Use filters with priorities
Use search, don't put emails into folders, just archive
Try pause inbox: a feature from Boomerang which delivers you your emails at set times instead of all through the day.
Use the new ‘snooze’ feature. You can set an email to disappear for a few hours/days/weeks and then reappear when you need to deal with it.
Are you struggling with getting things done, focus, and/or powering through distractions? Do what Koen does and try the Pomodoro Technique!
On Slack you might notice a tomato behind Koen's name, this means he's focussing on one specific task for 25 minutes and not available for questions. Feel free to send him a message, he'll get back to you when he's taking a break. Feel free to try this technique out for yourself and report back to us with the results. Who knows, we might all be Pomodoro masters soon.