I have been involved in MLM or network marketing for several years now. I have always found it very difficult to build a buisiness. I find the biggest problem is the constant lure of better opportunities, better products, better systems etc etc. Even if you stick it out in one program, you may still be constantly asked to learn new prospecting programs/systems every few months as some techy type invents or improves software programs. Old school methods of making a list and calling people sucks too. If only 5% or so of MLM pro's make all the money, that means that 95% or so are not satisfied. Let me get to the point... Why do unsatisfied MLMers continue to search for, argue over the best company/opportunity? We are all drawn to the money making potential right? Why don't all of us who are not making the big money band together and form massive co-op's of networkers? All we would have to do is all enter one program. The ones who get to enter first give their next few signups to the people who had to enter last. Would this be too hard to manage? Is this too simple it has been missed? I would like to hear all of your opinions on this idea.