It is kinda impossible to exclude your personal attitude when it comes to practically anything in your life, and your work is not an exception. Fortunately, there is a solution. Psychologists say that the behavior of an employee depends directly on the attitude of the employee. If the attitude is positive - you have a happy and hardworking employee. If not - then you have a poorly behaving employee. If you want to make your behavior right and succeed in overall performance, you need to change your attitude to the work you have. I guess it is the only possible way to minimize the harm your personal reaction can cause at a workplace. The attitude here means your inner feelings. Those feelings embrace the overall atmosphere at work, people you are working with, your personal tasks, duties, and goals. If there are any issues in any of the mentioned spheres, you need to do something about it.