The personal development industry is on pace to reach $12 billion by 2020. Unfortunately, resources tend to be one-size-fits-all. You will be hard-pressed to find anything which addresses the unique challenges of one particular group: short guys. Amazing Heights is the first personal development book dedicated to the short guy fraternity.
“Amazing Heights takes an honest look at the data behind height and success – in careers, sports and romance. It also offers lots of encouragement and tangible tactics men can use to reach great heights.” ~ Brock McGoff, Founder, The Modest Man
Head-to-toe measurements do not dictate the heights we can achieve in life. If you’re looking for education, motivation, or strategies, think of this book as a tool to level the playing field, or at least, to better understand it.
For book excerpts and new ideas, check out my guest blogs on The Modest Man:
- The Best Sports For Short Men (Based on Data)
- Inside Out: Wearing Clothes To Express Your True Inner Self
- Do Tall Men Make More Money Than Short Men?
You can also listen to podcast interviews:
“The best tip I could tell you is to be active. So many people talk about what they want to do and they just love words. Put actions behind your words. Don’t be a talker, be a doer.”
— Kevin Hart, Comedian (5’4″)
Seth Ulinski is a native of New Hampshire and resides in Dover, NH. He graduated from Clemson University, South Carolina, with a B.A. in Spanish and International Trade. While attending Clemson, Seth became a member of Pi Kappa Phi, a national social fraternity. At 5’7’’, he is also a member of the short guy fraternity.
Since he was a kid, Seth has been fascinated with sports. Seth played basketball, baseball, and football until a car accident in his sophomore year of high school. Multiple surgeries and a long recovery process gave him a stronger appreciation for seatbelts and good health. As an adult, Seth was diagnosed with rare autoimmune disorders, requiring thyroid and eye surgery. While educating himself on how to manage these life-altering events, Seth realized the value of self-care. Today, he’s grateful for these setbacks, drawing strength, courage, and wisdom from them as part of his wider personal development work.