A conduit, vessel, channel, or means of communication.
Tramite means conduit, vessel, channel, or means of communication in Italian.*
While diverse and seemingly unrelated, the writings, videos, and services you’ll find here all provide a form of tramite: A conduit between and among individuals, groups, businesses, nonprofits, ideas, the public — and within yourself.
Teaching, writing, translating, making videos, capturing photos, igniting creativity, bridging cultural and other differences, helping you help yourself — I do this in many contexts.
I believe my work as a tramite is help each one navigate difficulties, find purpose, nurture dreams, build confidence, and ignite passion for life by exploring ourselves, discovering what is personally meaningful, cultivating this, and bringing our highest potential into realization within and without.
Overall, my work, experiences, studies, and journeys have been diverse. I’ve run my own businesses, worked in the corporate world, volunteered with nonprofits large and small, been a professional athlete, and had the good fortune to initiate, run, participate in, and otherwise support projects close to my heart. I’ve traveled a good bit in the world, and am always exploring my own spirit and being.
In the past few years, it has become absolutely clear to me that it’s time for me to use the talents, insights, and gifts I have been given in a more focused and direct manner, including with Sardinian Arts and what’s described here.
Yes, much of my work as a tramite has been and is to connect individuals and groups across cultures, languages, and ways of being. This is easier to talk about publicly than the deeper work: To help connect each and every one of us to our own self and spirit, so that each can know, express, and be what each one of us truly is.