"Motivation is what gets you started - habit is what keeps you going." by getnfit4me ===================================== Fit/Public Journals.html?Owner=darrett Yeah, 6'1" is about the perfect height, tall enough so women think you're hot, but not tall enough to stick out in a crowd.However, “tall people may have greater self-esteem and social confidence than shorter people,” according to Timothy A.Judge, Ph D, of the University of Florida who led the study referenced above.“The process of literally ‘looking down on others’ may cause one to be more confident,” he says in the article.He turns around and looks at me like he's getting ready to say something.I tell him he needs to mind his own business and keep moving.Here’s how to make your height work for you: When we feel anxious or lack confidence we tend to slouch down. Drop our heads—try to take as little space as possible.“This pattern makes [tall women] look and feel ‘less-than,’ nervous, and withdrawn,” says Sharon Jakubecy, certified Alexander Technique teacher and performance coach. standing in a power pose) is a great way to project more confidence and assertiveness.“At work in the office, the woman who walks at her full height and allows her chest and shoulders to have an easy openness will be the most confident of all her colleagues, including the men,” Jakubecy says.
If you choose not to decide, you still have made a choice I will choose a path that's clear I will choose freewill __________________________________ Journal: https://forum.bodybuilding.com/showthread.php? I'm generally very well controlled, but this really bothered me. I don't stick my nose anywhere it doesn't belong, and I don't like it when others do. Well you have to think about this, the standard everyday citizen is not talking around having bitter arguements witht heir spouse.
His response is "I KNOW you're not talking to me" to which I replied "yeah I am, I'm looking right at you you ****ing pencil with arms.
If you think for a second that you being 6" taller then me is intimidating you are SADLY mistaken". I'm not short, I'm 6'1", but, I've had a couple instances now where guys who were probably 6'5" or taller have come dangerously close to placing themselves in embarassing situations because they thought their height was intimidating to me. We were pissed off at each other, so we were snapping at each other and arguing on our way out the door (we do this from time-to-time but we have a great marriage and after 11 1/2 years are probably more in love then we ever have been).
You can’t help but take notice of a tall woman’s strong posture.“While some people might think that tall people come off as more intimidating, on some levels I’ve found that it makes me more approachable,” Lara Levin, a 5-foot-11 senior account executive at Allison Partners says.
Generally speaking, most people “will not comment about how short someone is,” Levin says, and “while it’s not the most original conversation starter, people always ask me about my height.”“Then they always ask if I played sports in high school or college, which opens up the door to talk about hobbies and be relatable to clients and people that I meet while networking,” Levin says.