Overconfidence is the enemy
I've been pretty happy with my chess development recently. So happy in fact, that I've been very cocky in recent games. I've been taking people lightly and presuming I will be able to get myself out of bad situations, rather than not getting in the bad situations in the first place.
I've decided that this mindset is the enemy. A new focus for me is consistency, less chess at work when the boss isn't looking, and more dedicated time spent learning and improving at the board.
Having said all that I did just get out of a really bad situation with a lovely win, more luck than judgement but still very satisfying.
Comments and tips are more than welcome.