Welcome to The She-Compass Show, a place for women to come together, connect, and empower themselves and others.
Our weekly shows feature interviews with key female figures as well as our Pointing North segment about current events/issues and how they affect women. Born from co-host’s Helen Owens’ 30+ year career in hair replacement for women, Helen and co-host Jo Owens focus on topics that inspire, educate, and encourage women to rise to their greatest potential. Helen Owens draws from the lessons in her 3-time literary award-winning book "Finding Our She-Compass: 15 Life Lessons for Women Voyaging toward Restoration, Reconstruction, and Renewal” to uplift, inspire, provide tools for overcoming life’s challenges, and help women discover their life purpose.
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"Sisters on a symbiotic voyage make rogue waves quiver."
Love Is The Compass of Life
Today’s world is filled with infinite possibilities for personal connection, so why do so many of us still feel lonely and isolated? In the final show of this season, we talk about the power of love and why understanding its varied definitions is the blueprint for living our best life. Get ready to be inspired.
Why Taking the High Road is About More Than Just Being Polite
We’ve heard these encouraging words before: when they go low, we go high. Be kind to one another. Always take the high road. But is this just good advice, or does it affect our overall happiness and mental health? We’ll talk about the benefits of keeping negativity at bay and discuss key behavioral tips we can use right now to put our lives on a path to positivity.
Hope and Happiness After Hair Loss
For many women, the way we wear our hair is one of our truest forms of self-expression. But for an estimated 30 million US women battling hair loss, part of that self-expression is relegated to bald patches, thinning, and ongoing breakage. The hosts share their hair-loss stories, tips for looking and feeling normal while losing our hair, and why your relationship with your hairstylist could be the best thing that ever happened to your health.
When Complaining Becomes Hazardous to Your Health
They say blowing off steam is good for mental health, but when do our complaints border on toxicity for us and others? Could we be guilty of being a Debby Downer and not even know it? We’ll talk about how to draw the line between complaining and toxic behavior, why certain types of complaining can be healthy, and 4 key strategies to use complaining as a way to empower your future.
What Mentorship Really Means for Women
We know for sure that some of the best relationships are created through mentorship. But how do we know if we’re being mentored well? And is the mentorship really adding value to our lives, or simply taking a toll on our mental health? We’ll discuss what makes female mentorships unique, share tips on perfecting mentorship opportunities, and discuss practices that create a meaningful mentorship experience.
Meet The Village That Raises The She-Compass Show
Acknowledging teamwork may not always be top of mind, but never recognizing its importance can break an organization. Take a peek behind the scenes to see what it really takes to produce a weekly podcast, run a successful online community, and keep a leader leading. Discover the catalyst that led the hosts on a voyage toward female empowerment, and how the willingness to openly share a 30-year secret led to our 5-time award-winning book.
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Love this Podcast!
Absolutely love this show. It’s so genuine and comforting while listening, like the host and co-host is sitting in your living room. #Shecompass
Engaging & Enlightening
This show is so smart and sincere. Binged a lot of it during my commute this week. I was enlightened. I was entertained. And I absolutely loved it.
Empathetic, soulful listen
We need more podcasts like this. Tackling the hard conversations; caregiving, friendships, weight loss, harnessing inner strength to be our own guides. Keep up the great work, ladies! Will absolutely be tuning in for more.