Just looking for what you guys would suggest. 23 and from toronto, just graduated with a bachelor of commerce, majoring in accounting. Through high school and part of college did the small time lawn maintenance thing to make some extra cash. After graduating I'm now thinking about taking it seriously and try to build a serious landscaping company (one day 500,000 in sales). This is mostly because i have that entrepreneur itch, and this seems like an easier industry to step into, and then go from there. Or I could just use the education and get a soft accounting job, and one day become a CPA/CA. Am I nieve and should just stick to the office work??? Do landscaping companies reach sales numbers anywhere around 500K after years of growth??