CALTRADE
@Houston - it is mostly an experiment, but yeah, people can take advice wrong. In a group setting though, if they here the same thing from a number of people it should give them more of a clue. Then of course, they may like the advice, but not have the resources or expertise to pull it off. I just posted about it again - you are welcome to join us http://goo.gl/bd7fo

Really, too many Dolphin ventures are either failing or not taking off the way they should, and I think we need to get to the see more bottom of it.
houstonlively
I'll give it some thought. My background is electronics engineering/oilfield services/manufacturing,... not sure if that brings much to the table in your group setting.
RobertRun
I think you'll do fine, if the people are not looking for new ideas, then they will not even show up.

When people come to a table to discuss things, they are expecting new ideas, so people like this generally appreciate positive criticism, especially if it comes in a way that is easily received. Some people are better at this than others, and some people never have anything positive to add.

Sometimes, even when there is something useful in what they are saying, since they never learned how see more to communicate, it is hard to see if they have anything good to offer or not.
 
 
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