Mind Your P's and Q's: 13 Principles and Questions
to Guide Your Career

Tuesday, Oct. 23, 12 pm (Central)

Most people believe 13 is an unlucky number.  But it doesn’t have to be.  There are many ways to approach one’s career and this is one of those! 

Discover a way to evolve your career over your lifetime based upon 10 “principles’ and 3 key questions you can ask yourself over and over throughout your life.  The days of 10 year plans and a linear trajectory for one’s career, let alone one’s life, are past.  This is a good and exciting thing! So we’ll talk about how to make the most of all that lies before you.

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Key Takeaways:


  • Learn how to think about your career as a set of lifelong experiences and learning
  • Learn how to embrace uncertainty and ambiguity in career planning
  • Learn how to prioritize opportunities and options so you don't worry about "closing a door"

Join us for this webinar and learn why 13 is a lucky number for charting your career!


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About the Presenter:  

Deborah Mills-Scofield

deb-photoDeborah Mills-Scofield helps mid to large-sized companies make strategic planning a verb. She also is a partner in an early stage Venture Capital firm.  Deb has written for Harvard Business Review and other venues, including her own blog, and has contributed to several books.  Deb graduated from Brown University in 3 years and helped start the Cognitive Science concentration.  After graduation she went to AT&T Bell Labs where her patent was one of the highest-revenue generating patents for AT&T and Lucent.  She is on the Advisory Council of Brown University’s Engineering School and RISD’s DESINE-Lab and lectures at Brown.  Deb also mentors student entrepreneurs of all types, advises in the Brown Design Workshop, and supports those involved in STEAM. She measures her success by her clients’ success and their impact. She can be reached at @dscofield on twitter or dms@mills-scofield.com.




Date: Tuesday, October 23, 2018 at 12pm (Central)

Cost: Complimentary
Location: Online
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Event Contact

Rachel Birkhahn-Rommelfanger
Assistant Director, Career Development
UChicago Alumni Association Contact