You can cut the seat foam down a little to get a lower height and you can narrow the seat a little to make it easier to get your legs down to the ground. However there is not a lot of foam there to work with.
Past that you are going to have to get into the suspension and lower the whole bike. You do that at the expense of ground clearance.
Or you can just go with thicker boot soles as mentioned above.
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