This one is tougher because there are many traits I wish I were better at exemplifying. I think perhaps the biggest one I've noticed as of late is difficulty remaining detached, especially from outcomes. Because I am currently seeking employment, I find myself constantly seeking approval and validation that I have done the right things or am making the right decisions.
I also suffer from what the Tao Te Ching refers to as "high etiquette" meaning that I often present myself in a false way, being overly polite when I am not feeling like being that way and not stating my true feelings. This all stems from the need for people to like me, a concept I am VERY attached to. I also feel the need to be right, being attached to the notion of never appearing foolish or stupid.
I have been working on some of these, hoping that through Tao cultivation I can master the trait of detachment in a way that moves me closer to the Tao.