Just before the New Year I got to speak with super Olympian swimmer Katie Ledecky. She talked about what’s next for her career as a swimmer. Yet, it’s not surprising that she’s gunning for more gold medals when the Tokyo Olympics take place, tentatively later this year.
In an interview with Andy Frye, Ledecky talked about her years of work that led up to two Olympic Games and her five gold medals. She also said that it’s her work regimen over years that puts her at the top level.
“It’s not just showing up every four years on a couple days. It’s literally every day within those four years, and all the years that lead up to that moment.”
But Katie also said that her ability to be coachable and “have a bad practice” and learn from it is what makes her so go.
Read the full Forbes.com interview here.