Dear Ms. Huffington:
I believe that my wife can thrive -- and reach her maximum potential -- by attending the Thrive Third Metric event in NYC; and also reading your book on the subject. In fact, I am convinced that she is in dire need of understanding your Thrive Third Metric model.
My wife has many things in common with you: brilliant, enterprising, accomplished, devoted, kind; and possesses the sort of inner light, depth, and true elegance of special beings. However, she frequently is unable to disconnect. She seems to misplace her "off switch." Often, she is a slave to technology. Far too often, a ring tone or vibration, from her smartphone elicits her immediate attention. She needs to understand your Third Metric "manifesto." And she needs to understand that her eyeballs signal very potently, at every moment, who has the true priority of her quite formidable, yet human, attention span.
I bought a ticket for my wife to attend the Thrive Third Metric event on Thursday and Friday of this week. My wife was reluctant to take time from her duties to be in NYC for 48 hours. It wasn't until you "touched her" that she relented. I am thankful to you. You see, my wife's well-being is monumentally important to me. So much so, that I took the huge liberty of attempting to reach you "cold," to ask for your help. My wife is capable of doing great things to benefit the communities she belongs to; if she doesn't burn out. If she thrives.
All indications are that my wife will be at the New York City Center on this next Thursday and Friday. Thank you for taking the time, and making the effort, to send an email to my wife. And thank you for raising consciousness that the Third Metric is essential to thriving.
Manuel R.D.J. vW.