WASHINGTON, November 30, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Nationally acclaimed voiceover artist Cayman Kelly spoke of recent news like that from the Bureau of Labor Statistics that 4.3 million Americans left their jobs in August, with a record number of departures every month since. In contrast, the 7.7 million people who were already unemployed did not rush, as might be expected, to fill these positions. And while America’s unemployment problem appears to be largely self-taught, Kelly believes that much of it is because Americans are fed up with low-paying jobs that rarely reward the loyalty of American workers. He sees the dropping out as a sign that people are looking to change their lives for the better – just as he once did, detailing the story in a blockbuster memoir.
“Anyone who’s ever had a dead end job – or spent so much time at work that there’s no time left for their family – should be able to understand what’s going on in the job market right now,” Kelly said. “And I can sympathize with a lot of small business owners too – especially those who treat their employees really well. It’s hard to point the finger at any one reason because there are a lot of them. But one thing is certain: most working Americans want a change. And they will do whatever it takes to find a better life. “
From humble beginnings as a teenage volunteer at a radio station to one of the nation’s most recognized voices, Kelly now has over 20 years of experience as a vocal artist and radio host. Kelly wrote her memoir to show readers how to set their own goals, take solid positive action, and start building a lifelong support network.
Kelly also explains how to deal with enemies and opponents, including the crippling negative inner monologue, while staying true to her own gifts and goals. It helps readers define and understand the true meaning of success, which is as much about learning from life’s inevitable failures as it is celebrating every victory – working to always turn every victory into another opportunity.
“It’s a desire for change that drives you – a gut feeling that there is something better out there,” Kelly said. “This is the heart and soul of the American dream. I was in exactly the same position when I was young. And although I have been blessed in life, I have also worked hard to keep the head where it needs to be. You need to stay upbeat and motivated – work from your heart as well as your brain – and keep an eye on the prize at all times. Be kind to people along the way and learn to cultivate links Because no one succeeds alone We are all part of a team.
Find out how Kelly became one of America’s most recognized voice over artists in her # 1 Amazon memoir, “From $ 6 an hour for a million dollar dream. And for the latest news on Cayman’s ESPN show announcements, including upcoming NHL spots and other voiceover work, follow him on social media: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter.
About Cayman Kelly: The National Voice of ESPN and Monday Night Football
Cayman Kelly is the widely recognized imaging voice for several radio stations including POWER 105.1 in new York and the popular syndicated morning show, “The Breakfast Club”. He also hosts a national radio show on SiriusXM’s Heart & Soul Monday through Saturday. He continues to be the national voice for ESPN Radio and NFL Monday Night Football – the first African American to hold that position – while also serving as the new imagery voice for the NHL (on ESPN, ABC and HULU). Learn more about his life and work at: www.CaymanKelly.com.
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