Clarity to me is like looking through a pair of binoculars. To get clarity you have to adjust the binoculars one small adjustment at a time. Once your object is in focus, you have clarity. The problem with clarity is that it doesn't stay focused - just like a pair of binoculars. Every time you pick up your pair of binoculars you have to re-adjust it to get it to focus.
It is our role as leaders to adjust everything around us on a daily basis to ensure that we have clarity, and once we have clarity, the people and the organisations we lead will also have clarity.