Hi, so I kind of dipped into the lawn care game back in September towards the end of the season. I have business experience as I previously ran a moving business. However, even being 27 it was way to physical for someone as skinny as me. I also hated the non recurring aspect of clients since people move on average every 5 years. Anyhow I have a question is it better starting out to take EVERY client that comes my way and then once I reach capacity start to be selective or start out being selective only taking the high end customers that may take longer to grow but more worthwhile? In moving I initially took everything thinking I was making a ton of money but I really wasn’t since I was working so many hours for cheap. Then I started only going after wealthy folks and found myself working half as much for twice as much. For those of you that have tried both strategies which did you prefer? Lots of volume to get out of the field faster or be more selective and have a more hands on approach? I currently have a 21” Honda I just bought yesterday, 30 Timemaster, 6x12 dump trailer(left from previous business doing junk removal jobs), Lesco leaf loader, 150bt blower, 128ld trimmer, and a Barreto 30SG stump grinder which I run as an add on service. I also have 2 or 3 guys more than willing to help me whenever needed from my last business as they enjoyed working with me as I don’t believe in paying pennies. Next on the equipment list is a walk Behind or stander 36 or 48 and then I think I’m good for my first full season.