In any project development meeting, there's always that one guy who wants to point out niggling little flaws and insist that you fix them.
If you're aware of this ahead of time, you should create one obvious problem that is easy to fix. Then when your co-worker points it out, you commit to fixing it just as he likes. Thus your co-worker’s ego is satisfied and you’re free to move forward.
If you don’t do this or don’t know your co-workers that well, then you may be forced to take drastic measures, as Vincent Van Gogh did in this Berkeley Mews cartoon.
-via Pleated Jeans