I have all of it recorded at home and I haven't been home since Wed. night.(had pool league last night and going down to a buddy's college tonight) so it won't be til probably Sunday before I get any specifics up.
We went over two of my hand histories, one that I posted in the April Cash game thread where I folded AA on a flop of KQK, and he agreed with my thinking in the hand and said that it was a tough spot, but overall it was a +EV move over time with 3 people to possibly act behind. Can't remember off hand what the other HH was.
Other than that we went over a couple hands that were posted in the DC forum.
We talked about his routine for playing. And that basically came down to he, for the most part, likes to treat it as a job. Unless it's an extremely juicy game, he really would try to play like 5 days a week between certain times. That way you are sticking to a schedule, not playing 1 hour here, 5 hours there, etc. He said it's hard to get into this though because at first, telling yourself that you're going to get up at 7:30am to start playing poker tends to be easily pushed off, especially when it comes to sleep.
I also asked about how he deals with tilt and the variance swings that comes with poker. He recommended Tommy Angelo's book and videos because Krantz actually got coaching from him for this exact reason because Tommy has a lot of great insight on it. He said he used to tilt terribly.
That's all I can think of off the top of my head, but once I get home on Sunday, I will replay the session and catch anything I missed. I didn't take any written notes the first time because I planned on doing that on the run-through.