I'm driving down the road and see two different LCO's pull out of one neighbor, and drive a few miles down the road and they both pull into the same neighborhood. Okay, I'm nosy and followed them in. Both stopped a different houses about a quarter mile apart. Now, I starting thinking. Both of these neighborhood were similar in the size of the lawns. I can't swear to it, but I imagine both neighborhood were cut at the same price per lawn. But what if... these two companies, instead of competing with each other, swapped accounts. One cut both lawns in the first neighborhood and the other took both in the second? Could it be we work too hard to beat the other guy we don't realize how much more we all could make if we worked with each other. I'm not suggesting we all merge, but instead form something like a co-op. Or do we not trust "the other guy" enough to swap accounts?