Because of who I am, people ask for photos. I can't just say no to everyone.
I'm 33 years old; I'm getting old. Every year is different, and as an athlete, you've got to be honest with yourself.
Social media can be dangerous. People hide behind their computers and write negative things, so I like to keep it about communicating with my fans.
It's hard, and I don't always get to see my kids. I will never catch up on that time I've missed.
What do you want to be? If you don't put the work in, you're not going to be able to be it.
It would be great to run around with the family every day, go shopping, take the children out. At my level, though, I can only afford to do that for one week maximum. Otherwise I have to eat, sleep, train - nothing else.
It's great to be British, really. If anything happens, I'm back to my country. At least I have a country.
The coach is the boss at the end of the day. I do whatever he tells me and don't ask questions.
I wasn't a fighting kid or a causing-trouble kid. I was just one of those cheeky, crazy kids running around.
A guy like me, yes, I am good in terms of championship races, and that's where I dominate - but in terms of running fast times, I haven't quite done that.
Bolt put the Mobot on the map, to be honest with you! He's just an amazing guy.
I've got four kids, so I plan ahead. I have to book flights far in advance, look at accommodation, where it is, what you can and can't do. Same in running.
Even though running is work for me, I always miss it if I take a break. A lot of people find running relaxing, but I can never switch off from timing and competing against myself.
I'd love to work with children. I've set up the charity, and that's going well. We've got a lot of projects we're doing in Somalia, so I'd like to see how we're doing there.
To be labelled a cheat - it's not fair. If I'm a cheat, then prove I'm a cheat or just leave me alone and let me do what I do best.
As an athlete you want to be able to choose something that you haven't already achieved. Is it different distances, or do you come back and defend your titles? It depends what your coach says.
I work every day hard. I put my body through hell. Let me tell you, every year, seven months of the year, I don't see my family. Year in, year out. I miss my kids. Kid's birthdays, anniversaries. I'll never be able to go back and be with my family.
I enjoy my athletics, and I want to take it as far as I can.
I'm a guy who wins medals rather than runs fast times, so for me, what keeps me going is winning medals for my country and making my nation proud.
What drives me is winning medals and going out there and enjoying it.
It's doesn't just come overnight, you've got to train for it and believe in yourself; that's the most important thing.
I work every day, and every year I spend seven months away from my family. I miss my kids' birthdays, and those are times I will never be able to go back on and share with them. That kills me.
Dubai is a safe place, and I never came across anything to worry about.
I could sit at home, watch TV, and go for the odd run. But to be the best, you have to make this sacrifice, keep going away and doing blocks of training in the mountains.
Records are there to be broken. Lots of people would love to swap their world record for an Olympic medal, but for me, my medals are there forever and ever, and that's what does it for me.
To be knighted, that would be amazing. I remember Alex Ferguson from Man Utd got it and Steve Redgrave - to be in the same category as them is amazing.
You try and help something, and later on it bites you, so it's a hard decision, but as a country, as a nation, people need our help.
It's important you think positively not negatively. Think about your loved ones and all the people who are behind you.
The only medication that I am on, I am on asthma, and I have had that since I was a child. That's just a normal use.
I want to spend as much time as I can with my kids, but I know the opportunities in athletics don't often come round, so I've just got to make the most of it.
When I run for my country, I'm very proud to run for my country.
Everything happens for a reason, so you shouldn't get wound up.
I'd promised my older daughter Rhianna I was going to get a medal for her, and in my mind I was thinking, 'I can't let her down.'
I've never been in the top three of Sports Personality. And I won't be in the top three again. You have just got to accept what it is.
I am just grateful I have a British passport and a country here.
I go through a lot of painful things. There are sessions when I will be on my back afterwards, crawling.
I'd heard a lot about Dubai before I first visited and couldn't wait to go.
Look at my success. I didn't achieve it overnight. It has been the product of many years' struggle, and every year, my times have shown gradual improvement.
If I am lining up for a race, and I know there is someone there who cheats, it upsets me.
When you line up on the track, you want to have done your homework, be aware of what they are capable of. You think about everything. It's like taking a journey, innit?
I put my body through hell. I run 120 miles a week, week in, week out.
In life, if people need help, then we should try and help them out.
Let me do what I do best. And that's to run and represent my country and make my country proud.
If I didn't have the family and everything, I wouldn't be where I am.
I believe no matter who you are, respect yourself, respect others.