When a short guy finds himself on the dating scene he is feels uncomfortable. This is not because of the environment he is in, but because of the way that social media displays an “attractive” image.
The media has destroyed the confidence of many guys by elevating individuals who meet specific criteria which are neither truthful, nor the only things women look for. The reality is that these media-promoted individuals make up a tiny minority of the world’s population – but society has allowed itself to fall victim to this persona of the Hollywood image.
The first step
The first step for any short guy to take before looking to enter the dating scene, or prior to advancing into a relationship, is to reassess his self-image. You must leave behind any idea that what the media has portrayed as attractive, but instead look towards focusing on your image and what you have to offer.
Working on your strengths, and learning how to interact with women, can be far more compelling (and yes, sexy) than just height.
The keyword here is confidence
The key area that you need to work on is confidence. Everyone can have appeal to women – and by willfully making efforts to enhance your communication with women you’ll build confidence. If you are the funny short guy then don’t be scared to express your comedic impression and lighten up the night for other people.
If you’re the creative type, play it to your benefit when you’re talking with women and have the confidence that your unique interests and skills are compelling to women – understanding that you already have the tools you need to succeed can give you the confidence that all short guys should possess.
Focus on the right things
The reality is that too many short guys focus on the fact that they are short – and fall for the misperception that this is a principal factor on the dating scene. When a woman meets a short guy, that is rarely any part of her focus on your persona, and other skills such as demonstrating leadership, being interesting and projecting confidence makes all the difference.
The next step
The next area to concentrate on for the short guy, once your confidence is built, is defining your appeal. It may surprise you, but many women like short men, and sometimes even prefer them to the more intimidating tall, oafish guys they meet every day.
Tall men have come to consider that they are the ideal candidate for any woman, but the fact is that they tend to be a pain in the neck – literally.
A woman is forced to look up to make eye contact, stand on her toes to kiss and find themselves permanently stuck with a tweaked neck. The straight-line eye contact and level lips that short guys offer are a huge appeal to most women.
What’s more, the taller guys (like more attractive women) rely on their height and often don’t build on other skills of interacting that can actually be more important to meeting women. You may find it hard to believe, but short guys who work on their dating skills can actually run circles around tall ones.
Frankly, the reason that the short guy is not booked around the clock is that most short guys do not have the confidence to support their great appeal.