I do feel that pictures like this prove a point: shoe lifts are NOT the answer. In fact, it’s almost always that the only person the shoe lift is fooling is the wearer. And when shoe lifts are this noticeable, it only draws attention to the wearer’s height.
Whether you like his movies or not, whether you support his religion or not, and whether you care about whatever the tabloids are posting about him and his wife (or is it his ex now? I don’t keep up. Sorry!) it’s my opinion that any guy that has ever felt short should at least respect the guy for not only becoming one of the most successful actors of all time, but is also considered to be one of the “best looking.” That’s a very big deal when you consider just how important male height is when men’s appearances are defined.
If you think your height is holding you back from anything – ANYTHING – you’re dead wrong. Sure, I’ve taught and continue to teach people how to grow taller because I believe that being proactive about changing anything in your life that you want is your decision as long as you do it objectively. In fact, I believe that showing yourself that it’s possible to do something that others thoroughly (and wrongly!) believe can’t be done only helps prepare you and gives you the confidence to achieve anything in life you want. It’s always important – no, CRUCIAL – to achieve your height growth goals by becoming and staying knowledgeable, responsible, and safe.
By the way, if you’re wondering How tall is Tom Cruise, he’s 5’7.75″ (172 cm) according to CelebHeights.com.