My Cahill Followers:
It's your leader here, Ian Kabra. As you may know, Amy recently discovered something rather dreadful about her grandmother, Grace. Well, well, it seems the Kabras are not the only family with skeletons in the closet. Not that I'm surprised. You only had to look at Grace to see that she was a woman who knew a bit about blackmail, intimidation and that good stuff.
I told Amy that she was embarassing and to get ahold of herself, but she didn't respond to the pep talk. She and Cara glared at me and they've been locked together in a room ever since.
However, I am nothing if not resourceful. I've been reading about an elusive thing called "morale" in a few management books. Sounds like a slice of American baloney to me, but I'll give it a go with your help, please:
Because Amy is so upset about Grace's tarnished reputation, perhaps I can present her with examples of Cahills we all admire. I'm hereby asking all of you to write me to nominate Cahills you look up to and why. They can be from history, from my team, or from here on the message boards at Cahill command. You can nominate anyone who has sterling leadership qualities. Think of the things you admire: their cunning, ruthlessness, handsomeness, ability to wear fuschia. Please let me know the Cahill you admire the most, and don't be shy if it's me.
I'm sure this list will cheer up Amy immensely.
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