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Spot on Marc.

Nobody minds their brains picked at a networking meeting - if nothing else it is a way to demonstrate your expertise. But when this extends to being asked to attend a meeting in an expert capacity, or being asked to critique someone else's work, (basically anything that ruires your time outside of the networking meeting)then it puts the expert in an awkward situation and the relationship is damaged.

Toni Hunter

Absolutely couldn't agree more with both you and Lisa.

I have been on the receiving end of these kind of requests, and it makes me uncomfortable. I shall now be more confident when saying 'no' and protect my value.

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