2. Being a know-it-all.
None of us have all the answers, thank goodness. There is no shame in admitting that perhaps you are not the right person to answer a question or to head up a project. What is more valuable is getting to know the strengths of others in your network and being able to connect them with others who may benefit from their experience or knowledge. It’s great if you have expertise in a certain area and people can count on you for answers in that particular space. But in every given field or arena, you may not have all the answers. Don’t ever pretend that you do, but do be the person who can find the answer or find the person who is better served to assist in the matter.