Love that podcast. Maybe we should start an A2K "Can't let it go" thread.
What I liked was his views on the current economic revolution we are in. I like that framework because it matches what I see in real life (where jobs are being outsourced to automation instead of other countries) and new jobs are being created by innovation.
I also like what I hear from Buttigeg. I wrote him off prematurely but am reconsidering. I like his thoughts on infrastructure and that he has been pretty effective in driving change. I might have to start a separate thread on him (but all my threads tend to get five posts and then die, so maybe not.)