- What are meant by the words known and unknown?
- What are known unknown risks?
- How do you deal with unknown unknowns?
- Is a statement about the unknown made on the basis of known?
- What is an example of an unknown known?
- What is the word for remaining unknown?
- What do you call someone who is not scared of anything?
- What is another word for not scary?
- What is opposite of scary?
- How do you express your fear in writing?
- What can I say instead of I’m happy?
- How do you say I am happy to help?
What are meant by the words known and unknown?
Known unknowns refers to “risks you are aware of, such as canceled flights …” Unknown unknowns are risks that come from situations that are so unexpected that they would not be considered. Known unknowns result from recognized but poorly understood phenomena.
What are known unknown risks?
Known unknowns are those risks which you ‘know that you don’t know’ – risks that you know exist, but can’t accurately quantify their potential impact. It may be helpful to describe these risks with an example. You are preparing for a media interview, and the journalist has sent through a list of questions.
How do you deal with unknown unknowns?
Asking the wrong question can help get you to the right answer. Start with your list of ‘known unknowns’ and go from there. The trick is to make sure you keep your eyes (and mind) open for things that don’t fit with what you’re expecting to find. Expect the surprises!
Is a statement about the unknown made on the basis of known?
Inference: This is a logical conclusion usually based on facts. They are conclusions drawn about the unknown, on the basis of the known.
What is an example of an unknown known?
An unknown known could be, for example, knowledge that a single person at a company possesses. Because the employer lacks that information, there is a risk that it will be lost if that individual retires or otherwise leaves the business.
What is the word for remaining unknown?
noununexplored, unoccupied area of land. borderlands. borderlines. bounds. confines.
What do you call someone who is not scared of anything?
When you’re unafraid, you’re not the least bit frightened. If you’re an outspoken person, you are unafraid of saying exactly what you think. You can use the adjective unafraid for anyone who acts in a fearless or brave way, or who feels no anxiety.
What is another word for not scary?
What is another word for not scared?
What is opposite of scary?
wonderful, normal, safe, collected, self-assured, adventurous, tranquilizing, undeterred, unafraid, usual, firm, unperturbed, lulling, sure, pleasing, calming, common, daring, magnificent, heroic, mettlesome, natural, ordinary, unalarming, adventuresome, plucky, determined, soothing, pacifying, composed, cool, sanguine …
How do you express your fear in writing?
In your body language, signs of fear include:
- Hunching shoulders.
- Shrinking away.
- Open mouth.
- Wide eyes.
- Wrapping arms around oneself.
What can I say instead of I’m happy?
How do you say I am happy to help?
Alternatives for ‘Happy to Help’
- I’d love to help.
- It would be my pleasure.
- You got it.
- Not a problem.
- Don’t hestitate to reach out.
- At your service.
- I’d be more than willing to assist.