1) The "Don't-Talk-To-Me-I'm-Busy-Can't You-See" Buddies
These are the kind of people who hate to be disturbed especially when they are in the midst of solving a critical problem.
2. The "People's Choice"
These are typically the persons you're gonna see the whole time around every corner of the office at every moment of time unimaginable! They have the potential to be the company's next Vice-President in charge of Social Affairs.
3. The "Best Actor/Actress" OSCAR Nominee
Still have 10 sick leaves in queue for a year round. What's the latest valid sickness to declare this time? Let's try asthma or vertigo.
4. The "Ask-Anything-Under-The-Sun-And-I-Know-It" Perfectionist
Perfectionism isn't bad at all, I'll make that a clear point. Nothing's perfect, everybody knows that. However, being perfect at a craft you ought to be skillful at is a perfect description of perfectionism - you are perfect for a "certain" task, not at everything.
5. The "Give-It-To-Me-Ma'am-Sir-I'll-Finish-It-Now" Martyr
There's nothing wrong with leaving an impression. It's everybody's duty. To leave a mark. On the other hand, there are these people who fail to acknowledge their limitations. They don't know how to negotiate things in a diplomatic way.
6. The "Tomorrow-Is-Another-Day" Procrastinator
Research shows that some people work efficiently when they are pressured - and they go back immediately in idle state once the pressure is over.
7. The "Eat-Now-'Til-You-Drop" Food-Tripper
Oh well life is short. He has too much money. He can buy whatever his stomach craves for! This is his stress-relief. This is his escape to reality.
8. The "No-Pain-No-Gain-No-Work-No-Pay" Achiever
This man is simply outstanding. He's paying his own bills. He has stable investments. His bank account is consistently increasing in volume. Never fail to work hard. But sometimes he needs someone to talk to. If you have time, chat with him a bit... and wait, of course, for a treat!
9. The "Solomon of the 20th Century"
He has everything in control. Mind over matter. Family, ok. Friends, ok. Work, ok. Savings, ok. Relationship, ok. This man is as wise as Solomon - a bible character. He stands firm on his decisions. And he is a man of one word.
10. The "I-Don't-Like-It-That-Way-Cause-I-Like-Mine" Complainant
He want to change everything - the house rules, the system, the finances, the people's attitude, the people's mind. Get rid of them. They're toxic.