11 habits of
Based on Dr Travis
EI = the ability to
and the emotions
“Whether you think you can, or
think you can’t—you’re right.”
3. They say
They say no with confidence to honour their existing commitments.
They say no to themselves and delay gratification.
4. They neutralise
By keeping their
feelings in check,
Only when you embrace change can you
find the good in it - recognize and benefit
from the opportunities that emerge.
6. They embrace
“If you don't make mistakes, you're not
working on hard enough problems.
And that's a big mistake.”
7. Yet they don’t
dwell on mistakes
They distance themselves from
their mistakes, but they do so
without forgetting them.
8. They don’t compare
themselves to others
They don’t pass judgment on others because they know that
everyone has something to offer.
Instead they celebrate the success of others so everyone benefits.
9. They exercise
People who exercise twice a week feel
more socially, intellectually, and
10. They get
To ensure self-control, focus and memory.
11. They’re relentlessly
Instead of trying to start a revolution overnight, they focus their
energy on directing the two things that are completely within their
power—their attention and their effort.