frank is Dharma instructor, life-coach, well-being facilitator, advaitan, being in becoming, blogger (http://www.amareway.org/). He has been coaching and working in eCommunication since late 1995. He also graduated in International Relations and Diplomacy. He has been creating awareness about AmAre as an inspirational, strategical, tactical, assessment and outreach tool to facilitate living a happy, meaningful and fulfilling life.
Frank lived “la dolce vita” in the peacefulness of his native, pristine Italian small town, where he read about spirituality, Eastern/pre-Socratic/Latin philosophy, and started to practice meditation. Until he joined NATO as military police officer, and then visited, in less than 10 years, over 30 countries and 80 cities, cultivating personal/professional development living in Italy, London, USA, Malta, Estonia. He now settled in beautiful British Columbia.
During his travels, he familiarized with different cultures and way of living. And understood we are all on the same boat, figuring out what matters for us in life and how to life happily. He noticed there is often little correlation between how “society” defines a happy life and how happy each person really feels. He researched about well-being, both in empirical ways and leveraging existing peer-reviewed studies.
He built and managed the first European social network devoted to peace, and has been blogging on AmAreWay.org since 2009. This blog is a popular destination for personal development and well-being; it ranks (source: Amazon Alexa) among the top 5k websites in Canada, and top 8k in Italy. His first book, distributed for free online as “Happiness Formulas”, has been downloaded over 40,000 times. He sold hundreds of books on Amazon Kindle, and also published a printed edition of his work, titled “A course in happiness”. He is a speaker at local and international events.