Try to understand the theme, and ask them why your ideas are not acceptable. If it seems that the problem is personal, then let the instructor know, and ask for a different group where you can be more productive.
That's probably one of the most common issues with being on a group project: not getting your ideas through. Everyone in the group has to agree on something they will contribute to. With that said, its often the case that the majority of the group will agree on something and therefore, that's what the group will work on. And to make things "worse", it's often the case that the group will have little to no patience to consider other ideas seen by the "minority" of the group, maybe because they want to dive in and get the project done. So my advice to you is to find what you do agree with and communicate your idea from that perspective. Otherwise, ask the instructor to put you in another group that share similar ideas.
I had the same problem at school. I went to d teach, she heard my idea and went up to my group, wanting to kno why my ideas were not being taken abroad or why noone listened. Teacher/ instructor should sort it out.
Stand on the table and fart in each of their faces.
a good team leader is also a good team pla
Don't be offended that they don't take your ideas. Yes, it sucks, but if your ideas keep getting turned down, then go with the flow. Let someone else lead. When someone says that some part of the project needs to be done...be the first to speak up and say that you will do it. If they refuse to let you do any work, then talk with your teacher.
being mature also means piecing together right ideas to the right opportunities and accepting that those chances don't come easy. like hikerchick said, rejection makes you grow, learn from it. scrap your ideas now as it isn't needed, you have new ones everyday anyway. you're that creative. but maybe this isn't the time so don't throw a tantrum and accept, function and make yourself useful. it's healthier ;}
Well if it was me id stand up and shout,, can you just shut the fk up just for once and let me have a say or are you going to bully and monopolise the entire project!! do it girl it will feel so good.
1. Your ideas may be stupid.
2. They may not like you, and therefore don't want to accept your ideas.
So do something about it?
Use that argument. They can't let you out. Otherwise you'll fail. Force them to take your opinions. Annoy them. Anything. Make your space.
Hey, just because your "paranoid" doesn't mean they aren't out to get you.
If I understand correctly, he is saying that you think that the world revolves around you. If that is what he meant, then ignore him.