”Some people have adopted modern medicine as their religion, more powerfully than the religion of their youth.”
Homeopathy is based on traditional remedies from folk wisdom, proven through centuries of effective use. Why have so many of them fallen out of modern use? Dr. Robert Scott Bell sheds light on this important discussion, that reaches into the economic, political and social reasons for dependence on the modern healthcare Industry. You’ll also learn why silver is more than just something to make jewelry out of on this episode of Awakened Nation.
About Robert Scott Bell:
Dr. Robert Scott Bell, D.A., Hom., is a homeopathic practitioner, author and an expert in silver therapeutics. As a keynote speaker, lecturer and educator, he shares his expertise and practical experience with a broad range of audiences from Health Care and Wellness Professional forums, to Natural Industry trade and consumer shows, addressing those who are seeking the depth of his knowledge, education and key insights from his years of holistic practice, supporting effective natural health and healing choices. He hosts the popular Robert Scott Bell radio show where he discusses everyday health issues from the perspective of alternative and holistic health care.
About Brad Szollose:
First things, first. How do you say Szollose? It’s pronounced zol-us.
From founding partner and CMO of K2 Design, Inc. the first Digital Agency to go public on NASDAQ to international leadership development expert, Brad Szollose has worked with household names like MasterCard, American Management Association and Tony Robbins, to create leadership training programs for a new generation.
As a creative director, he has been the creative force behind hundreds of high-end corporate events, personal and consumer brands, and website launches.
Brad is the recipient of the Corporate Identity Design Award and the Axiom Business Book Award along with various awards for website and print design.
As a C-Level executive at K2, his unique management model was awarded the Arthur Andersen New York Enterprise Award for Best Practices in Fostering Innovation Amongst Employees (Workforce Culture).
Brad continues to challenge the status quo with his new book, Liquid Leadership 2.0, and his new podcast, Awakened Nation.