The Unspoken

I also felt his immense pain as I dug deeper, images of those they called the unspoken, the Shadow Reapers appeared. They were gigantic but did not look threatening at all, there was a kind of light and softness an aura of benevolence ...

Author: Abuabakar M Marwa

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781504997850

Category: Fiction

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Join Draemen, a warrior regimentarian from the planet Gruce, on a thrilling adventure that takes place in the distant future. It begins when he is approached by some outer worldly beings and told the world-shattering news that they represent the creators of his species. They go on to say that his people were engineered by them through genetic manipulation. They later convince him to help them fight the scourge that they face on their home planet, Ether (Earth). They go on to say that their world was attacked by benevolent beings who make the same claim that they made to him. Ethers invaders claim that they were also their creators, saying that they are their gods and that they created them in their image as a slave race long ago. The strangers tell Draemen that they call their world’s invaders the Unspoken. They tell him that his race and his people were engineered for the specific purpose of defending them if ever something of this magnitude were to happen. Join Draemen in this adventure with lots of thrills as he assembles the team he would need to combat this scourge, the strangers from Ether face.

The Unspoken Rules

The Unspoken Rules helped me turn that anxiety into confidence.” —CHRISTINA L., business development intern, media “Working at a startup, it was easy to lose sight of what I really wanted because we were building so quickly.

Author: Gorick Ng

Publisher: Harvard Business Press

ISBN: 9781647820459

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 288

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A Wall Street Journal Bestseller "...this guide provides readers with much more than just early careers advice; it can help everyone from interns to CEOs." — a Financial Times top title You've landed a job. Now what? No one tells you how to navigate your first day in a new role. No one tells you how to take ownership, manage expectations, or handle workplace politics. No one tells you how to get promoted. The answers to these professional unknowns lie in the unspoken rules—the certain ways of doing things that managers expect but don't explain and that top performers do but don't realize. The problem is, these rules aren't taught in school. Instead, they get passed down over dinner or from mentor to mentee, making for an unlevel playing field, with the insiders getting ahead and the outsiders stumbling along through trial and error. Until now. In this practical guide, Gorick Ng, a first-generation college student and Harvard career adviser, demystifies the unspoken rules of work. Ng distills the wisdom he has gathered from over five hundred interviews with professionals across industries and job types about the biggest mistakes people make at work. Loaded with frameworks, checklists, and talking points, the book provides concrete strategies you can apply immediately to your own situation and will help you navigate inevitable questions, such as: How do I manage my time in the face of conflicting priorities? How do I build relationships when I’m working remotely? How do I ask for help without looking incompetent or lazy? The Unspoken Rules is the only book you need to perform your best, stand out from your peers, and set yourself up for a fulfilling career.

The Unspoken Name

The presence of the Unspoken One crept in slowly at first, like the first reaching wavelets of the tide, rising gently, prying into the burrows of sand-creeping things. And then all at once it was impossible to ignore: a vast invisible ...

Author: A. K. Larkwood

Publisher: Pan Macmillan

ISBN: 9781529032772

Category: Fiction

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'An astounding debut . . . unlike anything I've read before' - Nicholas Eames, author of Kings of the Wyld Does she owe her life to those planning her death . . . Csorwe was raised by a death cult steeped in old magic. And on her fourteenth birthday, she’ll be sacrificed to their god. But as she waits for the end, she’s offered a chance to escape her fate. A sorcerer wants her as his assistant, sword-hand and assassin. As this involves her not dying that day, she accepts. Csorwe spends years living on a knife-edge, helping her master hunt an artefact which could change many worlds. Then comes the day she's been dreading. They encounter Csorwe’s old cult – seeking the same magical object – and Csorwe is forced to reckon with her past. She also meets Shuthmili, the war-mage who’ll change her future. If she’s to survive, Csorwe must evade her enemies, claim the artefact and stop the death cult once and for all. As she plunges from one danger to the next, the hunt is on . . . The Unspoken Name by A. K. Larkwood is the incredible first epic fantasy in the Serpent Gates duology.

The Unspoken

Now you can see why I named my book The Unspoken.Everything Iput inthisbook ishowit isinthe black community.No one told me and I didn'thave to get information from no one. These are some of the things that goes on, and we never talk ...

Author: John L. Brown

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781450003247

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 66

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This is a small book, but powerful. The book is about how I, as a Vietnam vet, see the world of the ghetto. What I see happening to good people as they cannot get any help. It is as if they have no way out. How do our own black people see us? How can we turn things around? Also, the book talks about what we don’t talk about in the ghetto. That’s why I am naming the book The Unspoken. What the world don ́t talk about.

The Unspoken Code

The sooner you learn how to play ball with those individuals, the faster and smoother your climb will be. This chapter will introduce you to the Unspoken Code and help you navigate these alpha personalities with ease.

Author: Marja L. Norris

Publisher: Greenleaf Book Group

ISBN: 9781626344259

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 248

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Achieving success as a professional woman doesn’t have to be hard! With over 30 years of experience rising through the ranks of the male-dominated world of finance, author Marja Norris knows all too well the challenges females continue to encounter in today's business culture. Over the decades, she’s learned how to expertly navigate the rules and expectations of the workplace, many of which remain unclear, unspoken, or unstated to females trying to make their mark. In The Unspoken Code, Norris equips young professional women with the tools they need to succeed by shining a spotlight on the subtle, sometimes controversial, norms they face as soon as they set foot in an office. The Unspoken Code contains no-nonsense advice to help women climb the corporate ladder with confidence, as well as valuable insights from successful businesswomen reflecting on their own journeys to the top. The book's three sections guide readers towards their professional goals by awakening their own power within, perfecting both verbal and nonverbal communication skills in aggressive business environments, and showing the significance of how their dress impacts future career opportunities. Today’s business culture is shifting towards equality, but it’s not shifting fast enough. The Unspoken Code empowers women to push through barriers with moxie and gives them confidence to achieve their professional dreams.

The Unspoken Story

The Unspoken Story Copyright © 2010 by Caroline Alden. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any way by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopy, ...

Author: Caroline Alden

Publisher: Tate Publishing

ISBN: 9781616630362

Category: Fiction

Page: 192

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Danny is unable to speak a word. The unfortunate victim of a disability that doctors seem unable to diagnose, Danny has always had trouble communicating with the people around him. As a frustrated toddler who sometimes experiences violent outbursts, it sometimes seems impossible that Danny will be able to interact with his peers. But through patience, love, and a little bit of faith, Danny and his mother will learn how to overcome life's trials and discover a bond that needs no words. In her second novel, The Unspoken Story, author Caroline Alden explores the reaches of a mother's devotion to her son, and shows the world that love really can speak louder than words.

Diary The Unspoken Truth

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Author: Umeko Williams

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781684540044

Category:

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Diary: The Unspoken Truth is a poetry booked based on real-life experiences by the author, Umeko Williams. The Diary will take you on a journey that is responsive to anyone's life story. Poetry is the freedom of emotions that vividly describes our emotions.

The Unspoken Truth about Globalization

GENERAL FOREWORD TO THE SERIES By Peter E. Temu The Unspoken Truth booklets, to which this publication belongs, is a series of essays written in the full knowledge that they will be controversial. Big business, multilateral donors and ...

Author: Peter Temu

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9780595433797

Category: Business & Economics

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Globalization is a subject we have heard and read so much about. Here is the first of a series of monographs designed to unmask the truth behind globalization. Eventually, "The UNSPOKEN TRUTH" series of booklets will cover a wide array of topics which, like globalization, have far-reaching policy implications. You will find within these pages solid information and stimulating ideas on the whole subject of globalization. Starting with a meaningful normative idea of "globalizing development," the author shows the close interrelationship between globalization and liberalization, how the law of "intellectual property" is inimical to "good" globalization, and how globalization, left unchecked, can undermine the sovereignty of national governments. The book challenges the multilateral organizations such as the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, and the World Trade Organization to stop advocating globalization policies that benefit the developed countries at the expense of the developing countries. In particular, it calls on the United States as the monolithic superpower that is uniquely placed to assume world leadership, to rise above selfish national interests, and confront the challenge of spearheading global equity. The book suggests, however, that the United Nations, for all its shortcomings, is still the body best placed to engineer balanced globalization on a world scale, provided it is reformed in a way that enhances significantly both its power and its international prestige.

The Unspoken Language of Men

Hopefully by the end of this book you the reader, we the men, and us, allpeople oftheworld,willbe able to answer some of these questions.With a new language—the unspoken ancient language of the archetypes. The Unspoken Language of Men.

Author: Dr. Ron Mercer Ph.D.

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781465308948

Category: Psychology

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BOOK SUMMARY Men are often stereotyped, misunderstood, judged, and as a result inappropriately generalized into specific projected categories which oftentimes have nothing to do with their authentic self. As a result, from the time the little boy comes into our world, he is greeted by an array of expectations, obligations, social roles, etc., which also oftentimes knock him off the track of who he actually is and what path he truly wants to take in life. Because men, as little boys, throughout the ages have been raised to perform and to essentially not express or verbalize emotion or feelings, their thoughts have gone unheard. Thus the evolution of “Unspoken Language,” a story if you will (with specific academic descriptions) of the social, psychological, as well as anthropological history of male behavior, personality and expression of emotion. The essence of the book is based on the Jungian archetype theory of how men are governed by ancient predispositions toward behavior and subsequently how it impacts their lives and interpersonal relationships. It is my hope the”Unspoken Language” will open up a new paradigm of both understanding why men behave as they do, as well as encourage men to explore ways to discover their own hidden language, and to enhance their well-being and that of individuals who they journey through this life with.

The Unspoken Truth about Privatization

The 'UNSPOKEN TRUTH' Series of Booklets GENERAL FOREWORD TO THE SERIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . vii INTRODUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Essay # 1 THE ...

Author: Peter E. Temu

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9780595477531

Category: Business & Economics

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The Unspoken Truth about Privatization covers the length and breadth of this interesting topic in nine short essays. The author defines privatization as "the policy or process of converting, wholly or partially, public enterprises to private enterprises" The main characteristics of the public sector and of the private sector are then discussed in turn, as a prelude to an examination of the rationale behind privatization. Once the case for privatization is established, the author proceeds methodically to study the process itself, and concludes that a decision to privatize should be based not on political ideology alone, but on a sober empirical analysis of its expected costs and benefits. One of the book's highlights is the emphasis placed on the importance of the "indirect" costs of privatization, particularly those associated with the use of foreign resources. The presence of foreigners holding key positions in a newly independent state is often resented by the nationals, and may even lead to political instability. Another highlight is a myth exploded: the author denies any automatic link between privatization and democratization. He deplores donors who insist on progress in privatization as a condition for disbursing aid, based on their false belief that more privatization means better democracy.

The Unspoken Name

I love this book so much."—Arkady Martine, author of A Memory Called Empire "I cannot recommend it enough.

Author: A. K. Larkwood

Publisher: Tor Books

ISBN: 9781250238917

Category: Fiction

Page: 480

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A. K. Larkwood's The Unspoken Name is a stunning debut fantasy about a young priestess sentenced to die, who at the last minute escapes her fate; only to become an assassin for the wizard who saved her. What if you knew how and when you will die? Csorwe does—she will climb the mountain, enter the Shrine of the Unspoken, and gain the most honored title: sacrifice. But on the day of her foretold death, a powerful mage offers her a new fate. Leave with him, and live. Turn away from her destiny and her god to become a thief, a spy, an assassin—the wizard's loyal sword. Topple an empire, and help him reclaim his seat of power. But Csorwe will soon learn—gods remember, and if you live long enough, all debts come due. “In the vein of Le Guin's magnificent Tombs of Atuan—if Arha the Eaten One got to grow up to be a swordswoman mercenary in thrall to her dubious wizard mentor. I love this book so much."—Arkady Martine, author of A Memory Called Empire "I cannot recommend it enough." -- Tamsyn Muir, author of Gideon the Ninth At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

The Unspoken Dialogue

... you're noticing all their movements, big and small; you're controlling yourself to not give off any hostile signals. Slowly, your senses, more than your purely rational mind, tells you, "this - x - # The Unspoken Dialogue.

Author: Robert R. Rail

Publisher:

ISBN: NWU:35556033433350

Category: Psychology

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The Unspoken Rules

The unspoken rules -- The three C's -- Secrets to getting started: Think, "let's give this a shot!

Author: Gorick Ng

Publisher:

ISBN: 1647820448

Category: Business & Economics

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What will separate you from the rest early in your career? The ability to take ownership, manage expectations, navigate people dynamics, and communicate professionally—skills that school doesn't teach. Most career guides assume that you already know how the working world works. But if you're starting your very first job or taking a job in a new company, you might not know all the unspoken rules that determine who gets ahead and who doesn't. In The Unspoken Rules, you'll learn the basic workplace skills necessary for success. From the author: "Why didn't anyone ever tell me this?! I've lost count of the number of times I've asked myself this question. As the son of a single mother who dropped out of school at the age of twelve to work in a sewing-machine factory, I missed the lesson on the unspoken rules of the professional workplace. Instead, I learned my lesson the hard way—through trial and error. Now I'm on a mission to discover and decode the unspoken rules of work and share them with others. Over the last four years, I've interviewed over five hundred interns, early career professionals, managers, and executives, from HR to finance, law firms to tech companies, across the globe. My conversations revolved around three key topics: What are the most common mistakes early-career professionals make at work? What would you do differently if you could relive your first years on the job? What do you think separates top performers from mediocre ones? After testing the advice I gathered from these hundreds of interviews, I started coaching other early-career professionals. Now I'm distilling everything I've learned into a step-by-step guide called The Unspoken Rules. We all have what it takes to be a top performer. It begins with mastering the unspoken rules."

The Unspoken Way

The key to success in Japan is a thorough understanding of the workings of haragei - an idea affecting language, social interaction, and business dealings in particular. This volume examines the idea of haragei.

Author: Michihiro Matsumoto

Publisher: Kodansha Amer Incorporated

ISBN: UOM:39015019544074

Category: Business communication

Page: 146

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The key to success in Japan is a thorough understanding of the workings of haragei - an idea affecting language, social interaction, and business dealings in particular. This volume examines the idea of haragei.

The Unspoken Verdict

"There have been many instances,where at some point of their life,woman are victimized to exploitation." THIS IS A STORY OF ONE SUCH WOMAN WHO FIGHTS THE BATTLE OF EXPLOITATION TO RETAIN HER DIGNITY AND SELF RESPECT BACK.

Author: Varsha Mahajan

Publisher: Sankalp Publication

ISBN: 9788194801405

Category: Fiction

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"There have been many instances,where at some point of their life,woman are victimized to exploitation." THIS IS A STORY OF ONE SUCH WOMAN WHO FIGHTS THE BATTLE OF EXPLOITATION TO RETAIN HER DIGNITY AND SELF RESPECT BACK. BARKHA- a simple middle class girl,catches the gaze of a wealthy businessman-VICKY MALHOTRA. Things take an ugly turn when she realizes that everything that he intended to do with her were not as righteous as he seemed them to be. Does Barkha keep mum and endure it?Or does she fight back?and how? Does the legal justice as well as the natural justice favor her?? "Being in the law background and conducting many counselling sessions,I have come across various women going through enormous tsunami's in their life.This story is one among'st them."

The Unspoken Alliance

Based on extensive archival research and interviews with former generals and high-level government officials in both countries, this book tells a troubling story of Cold War paranoia, moral compromises, and Israel's estrangement from the ...

Author: Sasha Polakow-Suransky

Publisher: Jacana Media

ISBN: 9781770098404

Category: Israel

Page: 324

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A revelatory account of Israel's secret military cooperation with apartheid South Africa. Prior to the Six-Day War, Israel was the darling of the international Left. But after its occupation of Palestinian territories in 1967, Israel found itself isolated from former allies and threatened anew by old enemies. Sasha Polakow-Suransky tells the full story of how Israel's booming arms industry and South Africa's isolation led to a hidden military alliance that grew deeper after the Likud Party came to power in 1977 and continued even after Israel passed sanctions against South Africa in the late 1980s. Polakow-Suransky has uncovered previously classified details of countless arms deals conducted behind the backs of Israel's diplomatic corps and in violation of the United Nations arms embargo. Based on extensive archival research and interviews with former generals and high-level government officials in both countries, this book tells a troubling story of Cold War paranoia, moral compromises, and Israel's estrangement from the Left.--From publisher description.

The Unspoken World

The book is the result of the efforts of every co-authors involved in it. It has got 47 amazing poets and writers combined together from all around the world and has been compiled by Afrin Akter. Do read out the pieces in it!

Author: Afrin Akter

Publisher: SHAHAN KHAN

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

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"Not all emotions are expressed instead some stays hidden deep inside our little heart" 'The Unspoken World', is an anthology where you can find all your stashed jumbled up thoughts in a sequence of words. Mostly poetries, short stories and one-liner quotes. The book is the result of the efforts of every co-authors involved in it. It has got 47 amazing poets and writers combined together from all around the world and has been compiled by Afrin Akter. Do read out the pieces in it! For sure your undescribed thoughts will have its voice within; lessening the weight of carrying every little unsaid words.

The Unspoken Truth

Sharply observing a colourful social milieu and the vibrant characters that populate it, these are stories about family and friendships, yet also curdled relationships and small betrayals.

Author: Angelica Garnett

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 9781409089223

Category: Fiction

Page: 304

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Real life and fiction meet as Angelica Garnett vividly evokes what it is to grow up in the shadow of artists. Her family appear in different guises in the stories, but at the centre of each one is Garnett herself. She is naïve and foolish as Bettina, desperately seeking acceptance into the grown-ups circle ('When All the Leaves Were Green, My Love'); shy and cautious, but finally disloyal, as Agnes ('Aurore'); a hesitant, uncomfortable Emily ('The Birthday Party'); and a contemplative, even witty older woman, full of appetite and guilt, as Helen ('Friendship'). Spanning an entire life, each story reveals a figure trying to understand her place not only within the polished circle of her family, but in an ever-changing world. Sharply observing a colourful social milieu and the vibrant characters that populate it, these are stories about family and friendships, yet also curdled relationships and small betrayals. A fictional counterpoint to her acclaimed memoir, Deceived with Kindness, here is a portrait of a woman seeking an understanding and acceptance of her past.

The Unspoken

Fired for refusing to cooperate in a police cover-up, Chicago detective-turned-private investigator Ashe Cayne searches for a missing woman who has been hiding dangerous secrets from her wealthy family.

Author: Ian K. Smith

Publisher: Thomas & Mercer

ISBN: 1542025273

Category: Fiction

Page: 300

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In this new series from #1 New York Times bestselling author Ian K. Smith, an ex-cop turned private investigator seeks justice on the vibrant, dangerous streets of Chicago. Former Chicago detective Ashe Cayne is desperate for redemption. After refusing to participate in a police department cover-up involving the death of a young black man, Cayne is pushed out of the force. But he won't sit quietly on the sidelines: he's compelled to fight for justice as a private investigator...even if it means putting himself in jeopardy. When a young woman, Tinsley Gerrigan, goes missing, her wealthy parents from the North Shore hire Cayne to find her. As Cayne looks into her life and past, he uncovers secrets Tinsley's been hiding from her family. Cayne fears he may never find Tinsley alive. His worries spike when Tinsley's boyfriend is found dead--another black man murdered on the tough Chicago streets. Cayne must navigate his complicated relationships within the Chicago PD, leveraging his contacts and police skills to find the missing young woman, see justice done, and earn his redemption.

The Unspoken as Heritage

In the 1910s historian Harry Harootunian's parents Ohannes and Vehanush escaped the mass slaughter of the Armenian genocide, making their way to France, where they first met, before settling in suburban Detroit.

Author: Harry Harootunian

Publisher: Duke University Press

ISBN: 9781478007029

Category: Biography & Autobiography

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In the 1910s historian Harry Harootunian's parents Ohannes and Vehanush escaped the mass slaughter of the Armenian genocide, making their way to France, where they first met, before settling in suburban Detroit. Although his parents rarely spoke of their families and the horrors they survived, the genocide and their parents' silence about it was a permanent backdrop to the Harootunian children's upbringing. In The Unspoken as Heritage Harootunian—for the first time in his distinguished career—turns to his personal life and family heritage to explore the genocide's multigenerational afterlives that remain at the heart of the Armenian diaspora. Drawing on novels, anecdotes, and reports, Harootunian presents a composite sketch of the everyday life of his parents, from their childhood in East Anatolia to the difficulty of making new lives in the United States. A meditation on loss, inheritance, and survival—in which Harootunian attempts to come to terms with a history that is just beyond his reach—The Unspoken as Heritage demonstrates how the genocidal past never leaves the present, even in its silence.