TIP Tuesday

May 2, 2017
Welcome to TIP (To Increase Possibilities) Tuesday where I give you a nugget that can help you build a gold mine.
Use your blog or social media to feature others in and outside of your network and industry.
A few years ago I was asked to do PR for a great friend and it was put in my spirit to start a blog called Today’s Honoree where other people would nominate other people. Today’s Honoree at http://www.TodaysHonoree.com has now featured over 1,000 people and it gives each person that is featured the power to pay it forward and nominate others that deserve recognition.
Here are the basic resources you need to give back to others.
1. Picture.
2. Bio or resource box.
3. Website or blog
4. Social media links
When you give up space to promote another face it will organically take your dream to an incredible unknown place. The unknown can take you from working for someone to working on your own.
Stop looking at others like they are a funny creature but look inside them and see how to tell their story with a feature.
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#Derrick Hayes at www.DerrickHayes.com is an #Author and #MotivationalSpeaker for #Teams
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The DAILY Message for Tuesday August 18th, 2015

August 18, 2015

“ Your Dream is POSSIBLE (Put Out Substance So Individuals Become Living Experts).”

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.


The DAILY Message for Wednesday December 10th, 2014

December 10, 2014

AskDerrickAboutEach week day Derrick Hayes encourages you through a Derricknym, App and Idea to Lift You.

(Please read, Like, Share, Retweet or Reblog The DAILY Message)

  • Derricknym: You are POSSIBLE (Person Of Substance Seeking an Incredible Better Life Everyday).
  • App: Today’s word is Mentor. Whether you like it or not there is someone watching you that looks up to you. Pass on your positive ways and mentor them. Download the Motivation To Your Mobile app on Android or I Phones to receive Today’s word.
  • Idea: Don’t count yourself out before they count you in.

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.


The DAILY Message for Tuesday October 14th, 2014

October 14, 2014

AskDerrickAboutEach week day Derrick Hayes encourages you through a Derricknym, App and Idea to Lift You.

(Please read, Like, Share, Retweet or Reblog The DAILY Message)

  • Derricknym: Your Life Is POSSIBLE (Pushing Out Substance Sends Individuals Beyond Life Expectations).
  • App: Today’s word is Look. When you stand in front of the mirror what do you see? Look at who you are before others tell you what you are. Take a look within today. Download the Motivation To Your Mobile app on Android or I Phones to receive Today’s word.
  • Idea: No luck is necessary today you will earn your keep.

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.


DERRICK Interview with Kidz for a Cure Founder and Teenager Madison Lewandowski

January 8, 2013

MadisonLewandowskiEncouragement 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 Madison Lewandowski is a 13-year old girl who started the charity, Kidz for
a Cure, when she was 8-years old. She wanted to inspire other young people to help raise funds for pediatric cancer research. To date, she has raised over $20,000. Madison is an avid dancer and gymnast having competed in the Nationals competition in Long Beach in the summer of 2012. She’s an avid artist and has won many art competition. She loves to write, has won many writing contests, one about her struggles with obsessive-compulsive disorder. As a result, she was a guest speaker at last year International OCD Foundation’s Annual Convention in San Diego. When she was seven, Madison started her own business, Maddie’s Monkey Business, which as morphed over the years and mainly focuses on her line of Wish Bracelets, which ties in with her charity. A portion of her sales in donated to Kidz for a Cure.

D is for Dream. What is your dream, goals or what have you achieved?

I hope that because of Kidz for a Cure, doctors will actually find the cure for cancer. I hope there will no longer be children sick because of cancer. Kidz for a Cure is an annual fundraising event that I created when I was eight years old to try and raise funds for pediatric cancer research. So far Kidz for a Cure has raised over $20,000 since its inception.

E is for Encourage. What encourages you?

Every year when I see the outcome of the event and how many people want to support us, I remember how important this is and why I do it every year.

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

This whole event is made for kids, started by a kid. Kids are supposed to be in charge of selling toys for kids with cancer. It’s all about kids helping kids.

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

I was eight and asked my father if I could sell some of my out-grown toys at the next yard sale. The next day my four-year old sister, Maya, asked to do the same. It was then that I realized that I might have the ability to inspire other children to do the same thing. As soon as we came up with the idea, I knew it could be done and I could do it. You will never know if you are ready for something until you give it a try.

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

My sister, Maya, is very inspiring. She made pictures when she was six and sold them for donations for the victims of the Haiti tsunami, raising over $650 for Direct Relief. Last year when she was eight, she hosted art show and raised over $1,400 for our local Humane Society. Being a lover of art and animals, this year at age nine, she started her own business, making toys called Wigglo Pets. They’ve become an international hit selling in New Zealand, Canada, Israel and Russia. A portion of her sales is donated to Kidz for a Cure. She also donated 25 Wigglos that she created for a local  non-profit called the Unity Shoppe, that offers struggling families the opportunity to “shop” for toys and gifts during the holidays.

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

When things seem to get overwhelming, I remember all of the sick kids I will be helping and how many people are counting on me to have this event to help pediatric cancer.

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

When I came up with this idea, it was beyond imaginable, but because I believed I could do it, and just went for it, I could. Believe in yourself. Dream big. Don’t be afraid to try new things. And, when you fall, dust yourself off and keep going.

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

Visit Madison Lewandowski for more information.


Today’s word is Impossible

July 30, 2012

Nothing is impossible. You can reach any goal you put your effort into. Your day is here where all that seems impossible become possible.

Encouragement Speaker Derrick Hayes inspired Motivation Your Mobile to bring an original quote daily to Android and I Phone users.


POSSIBE Is The Derricknym of The Day

July 16, 2012

It’s POSSIBLE (Prepare Our Situation So It Builds Leverage Everyday).

Encouragement Speaker Derrick Hayes uses his motivational gift to turn a word into a positive Derricknym.