14. You procrastinate.
Don’t wait for a better time to get something done, do it NOW. There is no benefit to procrastinating when it comes to your work, but on the flip side, if you do put off a project that could be done now not only will your work suffer, but your chances of being assigned to future positions might suffer as well.

15. You bring your home life into your work world.
Unless you happen to work from home or work with your spouse there is no reason to mix your personal and professional lives. Bringing any relationship problems or stress from home into your office will only hurt your performance as an employee, and likewise, if you have work-related anxiety, try not to let it control the person you are when you go home. Compartmentalizing the many aspects of your life will help you excel in all areas.