I doubt you missed it. It was the part where he was talking about freelancing and how you need to have good work, to be on time, and to be pleasant to work with . . . but really just two of those are often enough. He went into pretty good detail about it, I thought, so I can't imagine you missing it.
I've just (well a few hours ago) listened this. I shall hope to listen to it again tomorrow.
I wonder how many have listened to this more than once.
But that first listen, even though there were other things I noted, and I have to go back to remember most of them, left me wondering what he meant by 'good art'. I previously had come to the conclusion that art was subjective, so that good art could mean many things to many people.
Does anyone set out to deliberately make 'bad art'? Does he perhaps mean do the best you can; or perhaps never stop learning and trying to improve, which he said was a technique he used? (It's amazing how much I'm recalling as I write this.)
One more comment is that he is a good speaker and he doesn't seem to waste many words.
"Good reading is the only test of good writing" Robertson Davies.A voice from the attic 1960
* This is selling well right now, so I'll just knock one out this month. * My fans will pay for anything I do, so I don't have to work at this any more. * I'm afraid if I try anything new, it won't be well received, so I'll just do more of the same.