Being Clear means being rigorous about truth in a special way. It has to do with how you share information with others or don’t exchange information as the case may be. Exchanging information is one of the most important aspects of human interaction, particularly when you want to work together with another person, to collaborate, or even merely to engage in simple transactions.
You want others to be honest with you. Like so many things, looking at it solely from your perspective, considering what you need from another person, you don’t think what they might need. Being clear means that you consider both your needs and the needs of the other person when you exchange information. How you get and give information can be complicated, and maybe even legally dicey when you overthink it and try to gain power or a bargaining advantage. So, if you want to be relational, get clear on being clear. How clear do you want to be? Crystal clear.