What title makes you the most proud?

Working in human resources, I see titles change constantly.  In an interview with Trinity Broadcasting Network, The world’s largest Christian Network, I also shared one of the most “embellished” things we find on resumes during the interview process is job titles.

If you have ever read my professional bio, you will note, the last line reads, “With much to her credit, her greatest accomplishments include being the wife of her high school sweetheart and mother of two daughters”.     This is the absolute TRUTH.  Many are enamored with my career and often comment how proud they are of how I’ve “become” an author, career expert, speaker, radio host, and Publisher of CAREER Magazine, but the truth is, the title that makes me most proud is that of WIFE!

Recently, I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Annetta Garrett, who publishes the gospel glam blog and we didn’t talk about careers at all, but we talked about The Proverbs 31 Woman.   If you are married, single, or  just in love with the idea of being in love, I think you’ll enjoy this blog interview.  Take a peek and let me know what you think!

Here’s an excerpt:
Are You a Proverbs 31 Woman?

In the church community “she” is the most prestigious within the church and something to aspire to. She is the one that her husband as well as children will praise; The Proverbs 31 woman. As a single woman I was most certain that I fit this mold, although her duties where well beyond what I hoped for. I has the opportunity to speak with Stephanie C. Harper, Author of ” Married…Now What?”. She will give us an complete examination of a Proverbs 31 woman and give us the answer we seek. “Are you a Proverbs 31 woman?”

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♥     You believe singles should not get married to be happy” why would they want to get married if they wont be happy?

Just as money doesn’t buy love.  Marriage is not an automatic fix for being happy.  Every day in a marriage is not a bed of roses.  You have two imperfect people trying to co-exist and it requires work.  Happiness comes from within.  If you are looking to someone else to “make you happy” then you will be disappointed a lot.  Bummer huh?  Marriage is a good thing, but you won’t be happy when you have to pick up your husband’s dirty socks 3 nights in a row.   The two of you can create happiness in your marriage, but just saying “I DO” doesn’t create a happy marriage.

If your interest has been piqued, feel free to read the full interview on the Gospel Glam Blog.

This article was written by

Stephanie C. Harper, PHR, CCP, CHRM is a certified human resources professional by trade with more than 20 years experience in the field. An author, career expert, speaker and radio host she is also the Founder and Publisher of CAREER Magazine. She has been featured by The Wall Street Journal, Atlanta Journal Constitution, Greater Diversity News, Trinity Broadcasting Network and the Steve Harvey TV Show (to name a few).

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