If you make a suggestion that doesn't prevail or isn't rapturously received, don't let it get you down. Keep things moving and remember it's not about you.
H.N.H.: If you have an idea and everyone else is against it, it's so important to just go "All right, cool," and let it be. You can't dwell on it.
K.A.: If I suggest something and the other two go "Nooo," I usually go, "Right! What was I thinking?" [laughs] I don't take it personally or get offended. It's almost better for me to hear critique coming from someone else that I trust.
M.D.: You have to have put your ego aside enough to handle critique and understand that people are not trying to put down your ideas, but are just trying to make something better for the greater cause. Know that it's not coming from an individual point of view, but that it's always out of wanting what's best for the group.