I recently had the honour of hearing Ms. Malahoo, Senator and Minister of State for Jamaica, speak at the W.I.N. conference in Paris. She was dynamic, engaging and articulate. She graciously agreed to be videotaped, speaking about what it takes in her view to see clearly.
We’re all inundated with things to do, places to be and priorities to juggle. At times our perspective can be skewed as a result. Clarity is a necessity for living a life that’s true to oneself.
Here are some tips on how to do that from Ms. Malahoo’s view. For more tips, see the Life Lenses self-assessment.