Parents want their children to be happy, healthy and successful. One of the proven ways to ensure these objectives is to provide the young adult with an opportunity for directed self-exploration. Those areas of exploration include, but are not limited to, a person’s unique brain organization, natural interests, innate abilities and internal sense of purpose.
According to statistics and contrary to widespread belief, many young adults will not find their answers about their life path through their college experience. Nearly 70% of college graduates will not end up in a career that matches the major they invested time and money pursuing. Many young people need additional time and guidance (they're simply not yet ready) before attending college. And all need to shift out of a high school mentality to a mindset that is beneficial for college and future career objectives.
Randy’s work with his students is two-fold. He is fully invested in getting to know each student (assessing their brain type, interests, abilities, etc.). Then, through this ongoing connection, he creates experiences that assists the young person in the exploration to discover their direction, vision, purpose and passion.
In training with Randy, the student becomes an empowered young adult. The role of the parent needs to shift from manager to consultant in response to their child’s transition. This is a critical piece as they acquire the skills necessary to make sound decisions. The most effective change a parent can make is to model a healthy life transition. Randy also works with parents to best support this transition into wise adulthood.
The following are goals Randy has for his students:
Their childhood fears are transformed into assets
Their life decisions are based on wisdom and good counsel; intentional action verses reaction
Their pursuits are guided by a sense of purpose, healthy morals and an inner vision
The individual shows up, does their best and stands for something bigger than themselves
They are at peace with who they are, yet continue to seek growth and improvement
Their actions intentionally benefit the culture and the health of our planet and future generations
They know how to strive and care for themselves and others in empowering ways
Randy Russell's InnerPathWorks embraces healthy cultural practices and incorporates those principles in his training. His graduates:
● have a positive sense of purpose ● know how to learn and seek long-term wisdom ● are well-prepared to succeed in formal education ● have a roadmap to prepare for the life they have envisioned ● enjoy good social and leadership skills ● possess survival and practical, sustainable skills that provides a sense of self-confidence ● understand the natural laws and, therefore, are looking to pursue projects with long-lasting results.
The training provided by Randy Russell's InnerPathWorks is open to male and female students, ages 18 to 30 and older.