In the beginning of the Ramban's letter to his son, he talks about the importance of not getting angry, and that this will lead to humility.
He says that a person should "speak gently to all people at all time, this will protect you from anger." "Once you have distanced yourself from anger the quality of humility will enter your heart, as it is written (Mishlei 22:4) 'on the heels of Humility comes the fear of HASHEM.'"
More to the middle of his letter, the Ramban says (in the English translation) "How a person may accustom himself to the quality of humility? ... Let your words be spoken gently, let your head be bowed, cast your eyes downwards and your heart heavenwards. When speaking, do not stare at your listener, and let all men seem greater than you in your eyes."
I asked my brother why it says two different ways to get humility (he read the Iggeres HaRamban in Hebrew) and he said that the first time the Ramban talks about humility, he's telling a person what to do to become humble, but the second time he talks about humility he's just listing different traits of humility.
Is my brother correct?