1. Believing that once you’ve got a job, you’re done learning.
2. Thinking there’s nothing you can learn from someone who can be your grandpa.
3. Turning down networking opportunities to go drinking with your friends.
4. Thinking that the tasks asked of you at work are somehow beneath you.
5. Engaging in negative office gossip.
6. Staying at a job you hate way too long without actively looking for other opportunities.
7. Not being honest with yourself about your likes and dislikes when it comes to your career.
8. Not taking the time to fully understand your strengths and weaknesses.
9. Making enemies at work for stupid reasons.
10. Compromising your morals and beliefs because you feel pressured to be liked.
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