You pull up to your customers house. She has been a customer for 3 years, takes a weekly cut and never complains. You have begged, pleaded, and even whimpered to her on her voice mail begging for her to let you do a fall leaf cleanup on her yard. She says, "no way, I plan on having my out of state grandson take care of the leaves when he visits for Thanksgiving." Problem is that's a month away!! and the grass needs cut now!! What do you do? 1. Drive away, you aren't touching that mess, by the time the leaves are cleaned up, your equipment will be winterized. 2. Bag them all up just for the heck of it, you can't charge her extra because she has already told you she won't pay for any leaf removal. 3. Cut the grass, but discharge them everywhere making a sloppy mess. 4. Pull off your dedicated mulch mower from the back of the trailer, mulch them, but once again, you aren't getting paid any extra. 5. Don't take the customer on in the first place, even though she'll bring in 900 bucks easilly on cuttings on a simple little lawn, plus extra for hedge trimming. How do YOU handle a non leaf customer?