For this week’s speech, I drove up to Camas, Washington to visit Wafermasters at WaferTech.

The experience was great from the moment I walked in the door. The facility is very modern and the people very friendly. The Toastmasters group I was speaking to was a small, yet fun and lively group. I gave my speech on Leadership again. It really seems to be a well-liked and highly receptive speech.

I tried a few new additions to “Don’t Be a Goldfish”, including the story of how I begged my parents to buy my a puppy when I was young, promising them that I would take care of it. I guess I wasn’t convincing enough because I ended up with a goldfish.