The Tampa Natives Show is one of those gems of Tampa that if you haven’t watched it, you probably should, […]
Tampa mayoral candidate Topher Morrison wants to use aerial transit as a solution to mobility needs in the city and, […]
I’ll admit, when I first saw the headline of this article in the Tampa Bay Beat, I was shocked, but […]
Nope! In fact, based on the criterial for how the article describes failing the test, I passed it – along […]
East Tampa residents feel shortchanged by the City of Tampa on transit, housing opportunities, infrastructure, and fair treatment by law […]
Why could an urban gondola system be the solution to our transportation woes? Well, I’ve said before that transportation isn’t our #1 problem in Tampa; it’s the #1 effect of our #1 problem. Our #1 problem, put quite simply, is that we don’t know what we want to be as a city when we grow up. We don’t have an identity or a sole reputation that is recognized worldwide. In fact, it’s not even known inside of our city! But every city of influence – every city with a powerful economy – is known for something. And it’s usually one thing.
If you try to be all things to all people, you will end up being nothing to anyone. While grammatically questionable, the message is dead on. If you think of successful brands, they don’t try to appeal to everyone in the world, yet they have world-wide success. A city is no different. In fact, if you look at every city of influence you’ll discover that they are each typically known for one powerful concept.
Sort of, but the article missed one key point. In my decade + long career, I was a Certified Clinical […]
This was one of the funnest interviews I’ve done in a very long time for several reasons. I got to […]
This article is raw and unedited. I wanted to get my emotions out while they are still fresh. This week […]