In college, rolling out of bed five minutes before class starts and showing up late because you stopped to get a latte is — sort of — understandable.
In the professional world? Not so much. Pull it together and figure out a personal strategy for getting up and out the door on time.
It really starts with your nighttime routine, so try doing something relaxing like taking a hot shower or meditating before bed.
In the morning, experts generally advise against hitting "snooze" and going back to sleep. Instead, hit the snooze button once and use the time until your alarm goes off again to turn on a lamp and do some light stretching.
Allow ample time to arrive at your destination. Allocate time to arrive ten minutes early which will compensate for unexpected delays. Also, an early arrival allows time to adjust and orient yourself to the environment before your work day begins.