“You need to use it, but you don’t have to own it.”
The resources commonly shared in sharing economies include personal resources, time, and skills. These are physical commodities, goods, and services.
For example, private cars can be made available for public use, private property rented to tourists, and high-performance massage chairs rented to the public for relaxation. This way, those who own a car or a massage chair can be duly rewarded, while providing a service to the public. That’s how sharing economies allow everyone to benefit.