Handed out some business cards last week during my bowling league. A lady I bowl with was interested in getting an estimate. Was weary, but needing some business I went for it. Its a small horse farm, a few steep hills I won't touch, brush removal in a few large lots that I'm not equipped for as well. She also needs weed killing , fences built, gates installed, and other odd jobs around the house. In her words, she's desperate for somone she can trust to do this. I also told her I'm not liscensed for chemicals, the hills were too steep, and the grass in the horse pastures is too high for my mower ( 12-16 inches) and I won't touch it. Lord knows what obstacles I'll run into on the first pass as well. I recommended to her that she would be better of with a full service landscape company and maybe a handyman, since I'm fresh starting out and pretty much setup for suburbia for now. I even had a few numbers for her to call too. This wasn't too good an answer. I though it was good, though . She gives me this I know you and trust you and need someone who I can trust to come in here. After a going back and forth, she said if you can just mow the house that will be fine. I bascially got guilt tripped into it. I figured, its 1 mowing, I'll charge by the hour and not return. I see so many red flags, bells, whistles... good thing i'm getting this outa the way now! I know its my fault for agreeing to an estimate to somone I sorta know. I should have stuck to my principles, but I saw $$, now its biting my in the arse Anyhow, when I'm through tonight with this one cut, I won't be doing any more work for her. What is a good way to turn down someone that is laying a guilt trip on you?