I did two estimates today but I more or less turned them down rather than they turning me down. The first one....the lady was just looking to fire her present lawn guy for a cheaper price. And the truth is....the guy was doing a hell of a good job for next to nothing. I passed. Second one, present lawn guy was skipping the endless chore of excessive hedging...and rightfully so for what she was paying. My question is this: I am just starting out and only have 10 accounts. Aside from lowballing, do you think it is better to take less than "high paying" jobs when you first start out to get the business...and therefore more business through word of mouth....or is this really the way to dig yourself into the ground....working for next to nothing....and in the end...not being successful? If you were first starting out....would you rather have the work...even if the money wasn't great....say only $25 an hour...or would you rather wait for the right jobs.