Randy Russell

Randy Russell M.S. has been mentoring empowered self-discovery within individuals professionally since 1974. His graduate training was in Education at Andrews University/Seminary along with Recreation & Leisure Studies at the University of Tennessee, with additional post-graduate training in organic and ecopsychology, deep nature connection, and indigenous philosophy. His work experience includes being a secondary teacher, a summer camp director, and a recreation/wilderness therapist.

Randy was instrumental in designing and directing four successful Gap Year/Transition into Adulthood programs, which included parent training for attending families. He has been a presenter at the Gap Year Association, the Independent Educational Consultants Association, Association for Experiential Education, and the Wilderness Therapy Symposium.

Randy has had the privilege of working with adult children from some of the most influential families throughout the United States and abroad. These young people have gone on to find careers and lifestyles that are making the world a better place. Randy is married with three adult children and one grandchild.

Randy Russell and Rich Joy


Every human being is born with a unique organic design.
It is Important for You to Be You
Embracing Your Organic Design Brings You the Most Joy
Your Soul Identity is Who You Are by Design
Rich Joy and Randy Russell

Rich Joy

Rich Joy is a self-made businessman, with a heart to positively make a difference in others, who currently owns and directs a successful international business, Over the years Rich has been instrumental in the success of several non-profit organizations, as well as, having a successful career as a Fortune 500 consultant. In addition, he’s developed a myriad of real estate projects including a 73-acre spiritual retreat center, owner of a real estate development company, and is in the midst of developing multiple projects to support the vision of Exploring Soul Identity.

Rich has also developed practical business training, which is used in “GETTING PAID TO BE YOU” for the benefit of our readers. Rich lives in North Idaho with his wife of 40 years, and together they have two adult children and two grandchildren.