The performance environment is the total ecosystem of the high performer.
Their home, training space, workspace, living patterns, family patterns, social patterns, etc.
They see their total environment through the lens of 'enabler' or 'distractor'. They know performance is a systems game and their ecosystem is a reflection on their main things.
The high performer has learned to stay under-whelmed with daily challenges. Their attention goes to what matters. This is a learned skill. The best performers have all come through a period of busy environments. The ones who learn to transition fastest are the ones who perform and the rest struggle.
High performers are not free of distractions. They learn to free themselves from distractions getting their attention.
Energy wins the game. Time and attention is fuel.
How much fuel are you burning managing and fixing your environment?