RELOCATE & Stay Great: How The Salgado Home & Relocation Services Team Helps Others Move Coast to Coast and Still Continue Their Dream

October 14, 2016

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Fay Salgado, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Fay Salgado Home had a vision that truly came to life after traveling the country with her husband Richard “Big Daddy” Salgado, speaking with countless athletes, front office people, management, entertainers and business men and women, that the need for an all-inclusive, professional relocation and organizational service became apparent. To fill that need, Fay launched Fay Salgado Home LLC and today I interview Fay through the word RELOCATE to give you a unique perspective on how to stay great when you move from state to state.

stanleycupR is for Reason: Why did you want to start a home and relocation business?

I was a former hockey wife for 9 years and this is what has made this journey easy for me. I moved twice a year during trades, minor leagues to the pros and back.  Having to move to Canada every summer during the off season with two children in tow gives me the inside track to identify with athletes, families and especially their significant other with constant life changes in every scenario.

E is for Experience: What expertise do you bring to the table that makes your vision able?

We have a team of experts that we built relationships with over the past 20 years.  Rather it be real estate brokers, shipping or insurance to risk management we know and trust our team members with our clients.

L is for Learn. After you started this venture what do you know now that you didn’t know before?

Building clientele isn’t just about your expertise. It’s about having a relationship of trust which leads to another client. This takes time to formulate especially working with celebrities and their families.

brainanO is for Opportunity. Where do see yourself through this business in years to come and are there other untap markets in the relocation industry?

I recently started developing “Salgado Home Collection” and my goal is to launch our candle collection for the 2016 Holiday season and help homecollectionsupport Brain Aneurysms awareness by giving a percentage of sales to a charity.  After the launch … honesty my vision has no end. With passion and drive the Salgado Home Collection will lead where God wants it to be.

C is for Caution. What are obstacles that people who have to move face and how does your company provide solutions to their problems?

In life we all have obstacles rather it be a divided family, a loss of a family member,  joining two families in one home, divorce, financial woes, job relocation, life insurance or health insurance and it always something and somewhere down the line that we all have to identify with one or more of these scenarios.

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My services provide comfort for their situation that can or could be over whelming at that time of their move.  I guess I kind of look at it as “Every thing will be ok” and there is no better feeling. Example: When of one of my client has insurance needs I refer them to Richard Salgado of www.coastaladvisorsllc.com who has a credible name in name in the industry “Big Daddy” that most know and feel confident with his risk management services. Our network also extends to our clients when they have housing or development needs and we connect them with Elite Real Estate Brokers.

A is Aware. If someone has never moved before and especially not coast to coast what are some other things that they need to be aware of before contacting a company that does what you do?

Anytime you’re doing business with a company you are not familiar with there will always be some sort of risk factor. The first question I would ask is if the company is insured and bonded. If your dealing with an estate, I would ask how much their company is bonded for to make sure it can cover the value of your move and assets. If hiring outside sources to come into your home to organize, make sure they to are insured and bonded. Injuries do happen, things break and you don’t want to find yourself in a situation that could lead you to a lawsuit.

If you’re not buying and renting when you are moving into your next home make sure you always research who you’re renting from. Do background work on the home to make sure the property is not under foreclosure or prior law suits with other tenants. If you’re working with a management company that is locating a rental for you, it’s not usually their responsibility to research public records and investigate past history. The other advice would be to research your community, value of homes and schools.

T is Time. How long does it normally take to help someone move coast to coast and why is this the right time to be in business?

Each client has different needs and services required so to put a time line on a job is almost impossible. We treat our clients like family and a job is never done until they feel the comfort with our service. This is the main reason why I love to book in advance and work with exclusive clientele throughout the sports industry. Each subcontractor signs a nondisclosure contract to assure our clients privacy

E is for Excellence. How important is greatness and what do you want others to say once you have their move out if the way?

I want my clients to say, ummmm nothing and to just see them with a honest pure smile is good enough for me. It’s a great feeling to see a happy home and know I was a part of the process.

What else would you like to mention before we go?

Fay Salgado Home is an insured and bonded company that has clients in the NFL & NHL and for more information people can go to www.faysalgadohome.com

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Derrick Hayes is known as the Encouragement Speaker and is available for speaking engagements and Derricknym signings at meetings, conferences, and events. Please visit http://www.DerrickHayes.com email info@DerrickHayes.com  or call (706) 615-1662 to book Derrick Hayes now.

 


Professional Development DAILY Message for Monday May 2nd, 2016

May 1, 2016

“Get more share when you learn how to PAIR (Partner And Increase Resources).”

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The DAILY Message for Thursday June 11th, 2015

June 11, 2015

“Do they make you BETTER (Begin Evaluating To Tighten Every Relationship)?”

BETTER

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The DAILY (Derricknyms, Apps and Ideas to Lift You) Message for Tuesday

June 4, 2013

Encouragement Speaker Derrick Hayes brings you The DAILY Message on Tuesday June 4th, 2013 to empower and inspire you to your next level.

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In This Issue:

1. Daily Derricknym is GOING. How are things GOING (Give Others Insight to Nurture Growth)?  Now you can also order your name as a Personalized Derricknym.

2. Today’s word is Partner. Look for others that want to do the same things you do. A partner is there when you are weak and strong and also to be able to guide you to the right and through your wrong. This is brought to you by Motivation To Your Mobile and you can download Today’s word to your Android or I Phone.

3. Idea for today is to remember the past to make the future better..

Derrick Hayes, an alumnus of Tennessee State University is available for small and large meetings, church events, academic speaking engagements and workshops. Please visit Derrick’s website at http://www.DerrickHayes.com  and to book him for a speaking engagement or media event, send an email to info@DerrickHayes.com  or call (706) 615-1662.


The DAILY (Derricknyms, Apps and Ideas to Lift You) Message for Thursday

March 28, 2013

Encouragement Speaker Derrick Hayes brings you The DAILY Message to empower and inspire you to your next level.

In This Issue:

1. Daily Derricknym is UP. Time For A Check UP (Use Passion). Now you can also order your name as a Personalized Derricknym.

2. Today’s word is Join. Meet another for lunch or to network. Sign up for a membership to a growing positive organization. Stop complaining with how others do it when you can join in and help them do it better. This is brought to you by Motivation To Your Mobile and you can download Today’s word to your Android or I Phone.

3. Idea for today is to think about mountain climbing and climb your mountain. .

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Derrick Hayes, an alumnus of Tennessee State University is available for small and large meetings, church events, academic speaking engagements and workshops. Please visit Derrick’s website at http://www.DerrickHayes.com  and to book him for a speaking engagement or media event, send an email to info@DerrickHayes.com  or call (706) 615-1662.


DERRICK Interview with D 30 Marketing and Promotions CEO Kirsten King

March 8, 2013

KirstenKingEncouragement Speaker Derrick Hayes gives a DERRICK Interview by asking 7 questions through each letter of his first name to give you an insightful perspective from other experts, entrepreneurs, celebrities and up and coming super stars.

Today’s DERRICK Interview is with Kirsten King who was born in the small town of Geneva, Georgia. At an early age she wanted to be a teacher and demonstrated a passion, and love for people always wanting to be around people and music which Ms. King would later find out that her father was a popular DJ in South Georgia.  She was a good student and often helped organize events to raise funds for school projects, and also was a member of the dance line and flag teams.

After graduating from high school she began working for a Poultry Processing plant, and upon the encouragement of an older co-worker who told her “Baby you’re too young to be in this chicken plant, u need to go to college and get what you can while you’re young,” she decided to further education enrolling at Cols Technical College where she earned certification for Customer Service Specialist in 2000.

Kirsten became a mother in 2001 giving birth to her first child, a daughter. She was subsequently let go from her job due to the pregnancy.  She learned the difference between circumstances and choices and successfully navigated through being a single mother, having to single handedly take care of 2 children, her first born Jakedrea a daughter, and son Jakeveon.  She loved being a mother; however the trials & tribulations of having to provide for her children would test her foundation of humility.

In 2005, she began working as a Human Resources assistant in Fort Benning, GA for 6 years. During her employment in Fort Benning, Ms. King decided to further her education while simultaneously interning for a promotion team learning the fundamentals of marketing. In 2009, Kirsten and 3 other friends established D30 Entertainment, where Kirsten excelled in her passion for promotions and marketing. After the former members went their separate ways, Kirsten became the sole owner and changed her business name to D30 Marketing & Promotions, all while earning her BS in Business Management.

Excited and motivated about her degree & moving forward with D30, Kirsten implemented various public service projects: Easter Kuts & Ponytails, #D30Cares, and also participating in political forums that bring awareness to the community such as the Why Note Vote Campaign.  In addition to serving her community, Kirsten has a list of clients to include YNCK whom she provided publicist services & created the 706 to 106 Campaign & helped raise over $1,000 in cash & sponsorships to provide travel accommodations to and from 106 & Park in New York, NY. Kirsten also added Diva TV, Georgia Record Pool, Vision Pr & Marketing and Davis Broadcasting/ Foxie 105 Radio Personality to the D30 Empire and her list of occupations.  These acts contributed to her receiving several awards: 2 Firm Grip Grammys as Promotions & Marketing Team of the year for 2011 & 2012, Foxie 105 promotions team of the year, Mary Cason Foundation Woman of Power in Media & Marketing, Woman of Wonder in community service/entertainment sector.

Kirsten has big plans for D30 Marketing and Promotions, has been very busy and is definitely not finished…Her motto is “With God first, I will not fail”!!

What is your dream, goals or what have you achieved?

My dream is to build a solid foundation for my kids, so that when they become young adults they wont encounter some of the struggles I did as a young adult. Some of the goals that I’ve achieved is maintaining as a single mother, providing for my kids as if they were in a 2 parent home. I successfully started my own business, creating a totally different, unique vibe and remaining #1 in the entertainment industry in Columbus, Ga .

What encourages you?

Jakedrea Niyhae Morgan & Jakeveon Markese Upshaw…my kids encourage me to go above & beyond even when I don’t want to.

What resources do you bring to the table that makes you unique or stand out?

I’ve worked within the entertainment industry for 7 plus years starting out as an assistant,….meeting new people, networking & building relationships. My abilities to conform to any environment are what definitely make me unique. People normally cling to me because I’m a giver, a great listener, & I will make sure whatever mission is set before me, I put forth 100% into completing it.

When did you realize you were ready for what you are doing now?

I realized I was ready for what I’m doing now, when I began to see how easy it was to make things happen. The relationships were built, 4years of free hard work was put in, my part time consumed most of my full time ..i knew it was then that all I had to do was walk in my purpose & have faith that God had me.

Name at least one person that you know that you feel others should learn about and why?

For me, it’s a personal acquaintance and that’s my brother James Johnson, he taught me the business & gave me an opportunity to learn all that I could. Jb was very influential in the starting of my own business and till this day he pours into me & is kind of like a mentor. If there’s ever a situation or business deal that doesn’t feel right, he’s the first one I call. It’s because of him, many have respect for me in this industry, if you’ve worked under Jb it’s kind of hard for anyone to manipulate you. So to anyone thinking about the entertainment industry he would be an excellent mentor to seek guidance from.

When you fail, things look bleak or are not optimistic what makes you want to continue?

When I fail or things or not looking so well, I always look at what I put into it and what I could’ve done differently and every time it makes me go harder the next time. I look at life like everything happens for a reason & we must learn from our mistakes & move forward!

What keys to success can you leave for upcoming entrepreneurs and leaders?

The keys to success that I can leave for upcoming entrepreneurs are 1.Keep God first 2. Find your niche & Do you! 3. Never waste time worrying about what others are doing; you then lose sight on what you’re doing! 4. Create your lane and ride in it. 5. There will be hard times, heartaches, failures, & disappointments, but if you hang in there, it will build a bigger, better, stronger YOU!

Visit Kirsten King for more information.


DERRICK Interview with Wide Calf Boot Entrepreneur Amanda Tallent

March 6, 2013

AmandaTallentEncouragement Speaker Derrick Hayes gives a DERRICK Interview by asking 7 questions through each letter of his first name to give you an insightful perspective from other experts, entrepreneurs, celebrities and up and coming super stars.

Today’s DERRICK Interview is with Amanada Tallent who in high school Amanda had little money to speak of, so she decided to start collecting five cent pieces. Everyone chipped in; the kids at school would hand her their change from play lunch; her dad would give her the change from the tray in his car and her mum would go as far as changing dollar coins at the bank into 5 cent pieces.

After 10 months Amanda had saved over $120 dollars. This was a huge amount of money for her and every one would ask her what she was going to spend it on. “Big White Boots” she would say “Platforms, that I can wear to my Deb”.

One day Cansion, a good friend of Amanda said “We can get some boots made for you.” Prompting a boots shopping spree. “Your crazy about boots.” Cansion would say, “Why don’t you sell boots in Australia?”

On a trip home to Melbourne to visit her family she filled her large suit case with boots and used her hand luggage for clothes and gifts. When she was there so many of her friends and family complained about not being able to find boots to fit their curvy calves. This is when Amanda found that it wasn’t just her with this horrible secret and that heaps of normal fabulous women like herself had the same problem.

Amanda discussed it with her partner Matthew and decided it could only work if they could get the sizes right.  Amanda took the leap of faith and with the help of Matthew her partner, her good friend Cansion and family she launched Bennetts Boots: Ravishing Wide Calf Boots that Fit!

D is for Dream: What is your dream and what have you achieved?

My dream is to make a world that fits rather then trying to fit into the world. Through Bennetts Boots i have made 100’s to 1,000’s of women who didn’t think they would ever fit happy.

E is for Encourage: What encourages you?

My family encourages me and i also feel i drive myself. I found i want something i work out how to get it or make it happen.

R is for Resource: What resources do you bring to the table that makes you unique or stand out?

I have developed many resources for my company which were needed but no one had put into practice and have solved many resource problems by making a solution rather than trying to look for one that wasn’t there.

R is for Ready: When did you realize you were ready for what you are doing now?

Is anyone ever ready? I try to work with what i have when it appears. I think that makes me ready at anytime.

I is for Individual: Name at least one person that you know that you feel others should learn about and why?

I would have to get back to you on just one person.

C is for Continue: When you fail and things look bleak or are not optimistic what makes you want to continue?

Failure is only a lesson in disguise. My family plays a big part on why i continue but i also don’t think its in my nature not to get back up and move forward.

K is for Key: What keys to success can you leave for upcoming entrepreneurs and leaders?

I would say the key is to find something your passionate about and make it happen.

Visit Amanda Tallent for more information.


DERRICK Interview with Sales Pro Jeff Goldberg

February 1, 2013

JeffGoldbergEncouragement Speaker Derrick Hayes gives a DERRICK Interview by asking 7 questions through each letter of his first name to give you an insightful perspective from other experts, entrepreneurs, celebrities and up and coming super stars.

Today’s DERRICK Interview is with Jeff Goldberg who is the founder and president of JG&A, a speaking, sales consulting and training firm. He’s an internationally known speaker, author and trainer working with organizations of all types to help them to achieve measureable and sustainable improvement. Jeff is relentlessly energetic and results-driven and he injects humor, passion and a strong dose of reality into every speech, book and training program.

D is for Dream: – My goal is to help as many people as possible live happier, more fulfilled and successful lives! In my role as an author and speaker I’m able to touch many people’s lives on an almost daily basis and I find it personally fulfilling when people tell me that something they read or heard touched them and helped them to achieve their goals.

In my role as a sales consultant and trainer the same applies. Very little is more satisfying than having someone tell me that my advice helped them close more business and earn more money so that they could improve their life and that of their family. Same goes for CEOs and company presidents when they tell me that my work with their team made a real difference in their bottom line.

E  is for Encourage: – I’m constantly Encouraged by the positive feedback I get from the people I work with and those that attend my talks but my real encouragement comes from within, as does most true motivation. I’m blessed with a strong, positive self-image and knowing that I’m doing the type things I love to do (like helping others) and that it’s getting results is all the encouragement I need. Of course it doesn’t hurt to have three wonderful children who have a strong belief in their dad as well as wonderful friends (like my co-author, Steve Bookbinder) that give me lots of love and positive reinforcement.

R is for Resources: – I’m extremely fortunate when it comes to Resources. Besides the gifts that the Creator gave me I’ve got strong support systems to assist me when I need help, a virtual team of experts in a wide variety of fields I can turn to for advice and counsel. It’s also great that I have the type of relationships where my friends and associates know they can give me honest feedback, the only type that is truly useful. One of the things that makes me unique is my background. Besides having vast experience in the world a business and especially sales, I’ve also studied personal development for over 25 years with some of the greatest authors, speakers and thinkers. As a speaker, my experience in the theater and a brief foray into stand-up comedy makes me stand out from the typical speaker and allows me to engage and entertain an audience while helping them to learn and grow. I believe that same background comes through in my writing.

R is for Ready: – I think I first new I was Ready for this career in grammar school. I was almost always the lead in school plays and was elected president of the student council in 8th grade and president of the sophomore class in high school. These showed me I had the power to influence and lead others and that I had the ability to entertain, especially to make people laugh. Interestingly, my speaking and writing career didn’t really take off until I was in my 50’s.

I is for Individual: – One Individual I think others should know about is my co-author, Steve Bookbinder. Don’t tell him I said this but he’s about the smartest human I personally know as well as being one of the funniest. (I don’t want you to tell him because he’s easier to work with if his ego doesn’t get too big!) Steve is that rare individual that combines common sense with real-world wisdom. He has an incredible breadth of experience working with companies and organizations in almost every industry you can imagine and he’s able to grasp the intricacies of their world in a way that allows him to solve problems for his clients that most others wouldn’t even know existed. I’m honored to be his friend and business associate and anyone that gets to meet and spend time with him would most likely say the same.

C is for Continue: – A couple of things help me to Continue when things aren’t going my way. The first is pictures of my children which are posted in front of my desk and which I look at regularly for inspiration. When things aren’t working as well as they could and I’m feeling down, I look at their beautiful faces and realize they’re depending on me and that giving up is not an option. The second is some advice one of my best friend’s in the world gave me years ago at a particularly low point in my life. He said, “It’s not about how many times you get knocked down…it’s about how many times you get back up.” Another source of inspiration when things aren’t so great is the annual Forbes 400 list of the richest people. When you take the time to read their biographies you learn that (other than those that inherited their fortune) a large number of them declared bankruptcy at some point but found the courage to get back in the saddle and ride on! I find it helps me to Continue knowing that each failure can be a learning experience and can take you one step closer to success. I believe Edison said that he didn’t fail to invest the light bulb the first 9,999 times. He learned 9,999 ways that didn’t work well and took him one step closer to the one that finally did work.

K is for Keys:  – Some Keys to success? Leverage your laziness by focusing on the things that you enjoy doing and are good at and find someone else to do the things you hate doing or suck at. Don’t be afraid to try something new. Look for ways to improve on something that works but isn’t working as well as it could. Look for areas where there’s currently no solution to common problems. Look for ways to connect others. Always come from the strong desire to help, to be of service to others. (One of the catch phrases my friend and I like is, “Serve and Enjoy!” It’s each of our jobs to serve others and enjoy life) Don’t be afraid to look bad or look stupid. Ask questions and surround yourself with people who are smarter than you. Find the joy in everything and be sure to applaud life. I read a wonderful blog the other day where the author (Leo Baubata – Zen Habits) shared that he went for a run on the beach and at one point he stopped and looked at the beautiful sunset. He was so overwhelmed by the beauty that was there for him that he stood and applauded, even though he was alone. Leo said, “This is the only response that life deserves: overjoyed applause,” and I agree. Take the time to, literally, applaud the life you’ve been given.

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DERRICK Interview with Running Wild Films Co-Founder Travis Mills

November 28, 2012

Encouragement Speaker Derrick Hayes gives a DERRICK Interview by asking 7 questions through each letter of his first name to give you an insightful perspective from other experts, entrepreneurs, celebrities and up and coming super stars.

Today’s DERRICK Interview is with Travis Mills. After growing up in Ecuador and the Comoro Islands near Africa, he settled in Phoenix, AZ. His youthful interest in film turned into a lifelong passion and he has pursued directing through school and outside of it in his adult years. Travis has made more than 30 short films in Arizona and two full length movies.  Travis is a storyteller. Travis Mills is the Director/Co-Founder of Running Wild Films.

D is for Dream. What is your dream?

My dream is to develop a local cinema here in Arizona that is supported by the community and also has an international audience online. These would be self-sustaining films, produced and released outside of Hollywood, and featuring local actors/crews, highlighting local businesses, and telling local stories. In the last two years, I believe that with Running Wild Films, my team and I have started to lay the foundation for a true local cinema in Arizona.

R is for Resource. What resource do you have that makes you stand out or unique?

Our resource to this community is that we are committed to staying here. In film, most everyone wants to leave for L.A. at some point. We are not interested in that; we are committed to this place. So we are a consistent and dedicated business for the community to rely on and support, and we offer experience to all ages and skill levels interested in working on movies.

R is for Ready. When did you know you were ready for what you are doing now?

After seeing the direction most filmmakers took out of film school and being somewhat disillusioned with the limitations of being a filmmaker, my partner Gus and I realized the potential for a different kind of movie-making and that we had the freedom to create something new and vital here. That was a little more than two years ago and our passion has grown more and more.

I is for Individual. Can you name at least one person that we should learn more about and why?

Gus Edwards is a person anyone would be lucky and honored to know. He is an incredible source of knowledge about film, but also a great voice of liberation. He sees what film could be and encourages his peers/students to break new ground.

C is for Continue. When things look bleak what makes you want to continue?

When we fail, and we value our failures as much as our successes, it is our passion for storytelling that keeps us going. I am not doing this because it is “fun”. I am making films because I have to, it’s an undeniable part of me that I am not willing to ignore. When things get tough, I remember that I have no choice, I must continue.

K is for Key. What keys to success can you leave for others?

Dive in without any hesitation. My favorite filmmaker Werner Herzog said that making a movie is like jumping off a skyscraper. You must take the leap and then embrace the fall. It’s a disturbing image on the surface, but an inspiring one beneath it. I think you must fully embrace your vision in any creative effort and not look back.

Is there anything that we did not touch on that you would like to inspire others with?

To anyone, I encourage you to stay where you are. Look at the place around you, value its people, its places, its stories. As the world gets bigger with the internet, I believe that we can and should focus more on the places, people and things around us more.

Visit Travis Mills for more information.


How To Use Your Skills

December 9, 2010

by Encouragement Speaker Derrick Hayes

Everyone has a God given ability or skill that can be used to inspire and motivate others. A skill is defined by Dictionary.com as an ability to use one’s knowledge effectively in doing something. In Thessolonians 4:11-12, a foundation is given for “How To Use Your Skills”, The scripture says “And that ye study to be quiet, and do your own business, and to work with your own hands, as we command you; That you may walk honestly toward that are without, and that you may have lack for nothing.”

In order to know “How To Use Your Skills” you must know what your skills are, become an expert at what you do, network with others and use your skills to achieve dreams.

Is there something that you are good at or just like to do? The answer to this question can open up your life to many opportunities that may not have already come your way. I like to give speeches and write daily quotes.

Once you realize what you are good at, then it is time for you to capitalize on your efforts. You can be known as an expert in your industry by writing books, articles, columns and newsletters. Everything you do will develop your talents and increase your chances to succeed.

For example my father in law is a trained carpenter where he uses his talents to fix doors, and build houses while making sure people live in a comfortable environment. You can have a natural or trained ability that can lead you to start businesses, build careers or change lives.

You are reading this article because of networking. I was on-line networking while reading Robert Lee’s profile. I saw that he was a Director of Events. I sent him a message and we began to discuss opportunities on how we could work together in the future. After trading contact information one of the results was an opportunity to speak at an event he put together.

No matter where you come from there is an opportunity inside you that is waiting to come out. Find out what you can do and become great at it. On your way to the top don’t forget about others who can also benefit from networking with you.

We all have the skills to pay the bills. I hope you figure out “How To Use Your Skills” because my slogan is “Use Your Skills or Someone Else Will”.

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