Rate or reaction, temperature, and percent yield in exothermic reactions.

Can you tell me if I am right or wrong in this paragraph? So if you increase heat, the rate of reaction will increase because you are giving each atom/molecule more energy and the more energy it has the more it moves around and the quicker it will collide with other atoms/molecules to form your product. At the same time an exothermic reaction dislikes heat in that it will produce less product the hotter the surroundings are. So in theory the rate of reaction is different from the product yield of a reaction when we are talking about temperature