Most people, given the chance, would change something about themselves, heck, some people might change just about everything, e.g. their nose, hair, teeth, body, height, life – You get the picture.
Here, however, we will focus on getting taller, without any crazy expensive painful surgeries.
We don’t have to break out the annoying studies confirming the obvious. All you have to do is search “Does Height Matter” on Google or YouTube to be inundated with clickbait videos and articles of women bashing shorter guys.
In short, HEIGHT MATTERS. Even one or two inches of added height could be life-changing for most people. So the looming question is: Can you do anything about it?
I am about 5'9" and I wish I were just a little taller too. I even try to mind my posture to get the most from my frame. I always wanted my eventual height to be around 6 foot. For this reason many short guys prefer shoes that give a little extra extra, avoid horizontal stripes, and wear darker tones to elongate the body.
This is why we're so excited to finally offer a special insole whose sole purpose it is to make you taller. A discrete and virtually invisible height insole you put in your shoes to boost your height from 1 inch - 2 inches all the way up to 4 inches, taking you all the way to the 6 ft club. The best part is, no one can tell you're wearing them. Even cooler than that, the insoles come in a subset of 3 layers, which can be removed, so you can choose and customize your height–depending on the shoe you’re wearing.
And, I know we said we wouldn’t mention any annoying studies…so sorry, not sorry. Just take a look at the outcome of this one study highlighting the professional benefits of being taller.
- In a famous longitudinal study following the careers and earnings of individuals of varying height; A pay discrepancy was found between taller and shorter men. The study quantifiably concluded that a person over 6ft tall made about $170,000 MORE than someone in a similar position at just 5’5” tall.
The so called “Height Premium” is an unconscious bias many people automatically give to taller people. The study indicates that taller people give off a Halo Effect which causes them to be perceived as smarter and more competent than their shorter counterparts, even if this is unfounded and unsubstantiated.
Heightism is real and it doesn't end in the workplace. It is also a reality in dating as women tend to prefer taller romantic partners.
But there is hope, and since life should be lived to the absolute fullest, you should always look for ways elevate yourself.