This is the talk I gave to kickoff Shareable's SHARE San Francisco event last May. I share a few insights about the opportunity to create a more shareable San Francisco, but the ideas apply to other cities too. 

I hadn't been excited to share it because as a speaker, I'm a work in progress. And I share a personal moment that I've never shared on video before. However, with the start of our Policies for a Shareable City series, it seems fitting to share now. The series got its start at SHARE San Francisco. And we're asking readers (that means you!) to share their visions of a shareable city in the form of policy proposals. I hope this inspires you to jump in because ultimately the places we live shape who we become, and in that way cities are deeply personal. 

So, what's your vision of a shareable city?

Neal Gorenflo


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Neal Gorenflo is the co-founder and board president of Shareable, an award-winning nonprofit news, action network, and consultancy for the sharing transformation. An epiphany in 2004 inspired Neal to

Things I share: Time with friends and family, stories, laughs, books, tools, ideas, nature, resources, passions, my network.