25 Feb What happens to your business when you change your work environment like Adam Peaty did?
What are your working triggers?
What can the success and application of Olympic gold medallist and world record holder Adam Peaty teach us about our working environment?
Adam Peaty is a 100m breaststroke swimmer who has taken his event to unprecedented new heights. He is European, Commonwealth, World and Olympic Champion at the 100m breaststroke – recently breaking his own world record to become the first man to ever swim the event in under 57 seconds – awesome!
Environment and structure have helped Peaty become the best and fastest in the world.
Peaty’s coach Mel Marshall understands only too well the importance of his working environment to Adam’s success.
Working Triggers: Which is why she moved Adam from his home in Derby to a house in Loughborough, where there’s world-class sports science facility just 10 minutes away.
Working Triggers: Adam Peaty now trains at Loughborough, swimming 7 miles a day with gym and land training plus psychology sessions too. All done to a very well planned and structured schedule.
Working Triggers: The environment change triggered several small changes that enabled him to shave off the extra milliseconds to bring his time sub 57 to 56.88s.
How often have you looked at your working environment as having a direct effect on the overall success of your business?