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Brett Levine, MD

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Brett Levine, MD: SoMeDocs Databank

Ear, Nose & Throat

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Brett Levine, MD, is board-certified by the American Board of Otolaryngology as an ear, nose, and throat specialist (ENT) with expertise in minimally invasive nasal and sinus surgeries.

Dr. Levine began his formal education at the University of Southern California (USC) in Los Angeles, where he received a Bachelor of Science in biology, magna cum laude. For his medical education, he studied at Keck School of Medicine of USC, as part of the Alpha Omega Alpha honor medical society.

He completed residencies in surgery and otorhinolaryngology at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, studying under the direction of David Kennedy, MD, an internationally recognized leader in endoscopic sinus and nasal surgery. He also completed a fellowship in plastic facial surgery, under the direction of Walter Berman, MD, of Beverly Hills, California.

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Daily 1-minute email of positivity and possibility to ensure today can be different from yesterday.

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A quote, question, quest and quake to transform more of the same to a better different thought, action, habit and life.

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If you want to change your life, you need to change your mind.

What makes me stand out:

I have always been a natural student. I have always been able to learn and absorb what is in front of me and give it back to the person or apply it whether it’s math or a foreign language, a patient with a problem or a conflict in life. I believe every student has an opportunity to be a teacher. I will never stop learning or teaching. I have done this my entire life. We all have talents, interests and passions but the true challenge and puzzle is figuring out how to apply these to a pursuit that can provide purpose and returns to help make an income or serve the world or ideally both.

I also have an innate ability toward organization. I am inclined to see a project, situation, and life in logical patterns or groups. Life naturally fits into categories. Not much is random in my perspective. I have always dove deep into why we are here, why we do what we do and why it matters. I am fascinated by the why.
I also am fascinated by people and how we think and our minds work. Since childhood, I have collected quotes, questions, stories that shock my routine and stick. Something that rings true in my soul. As deep as I can go. I love epiphanies, my own and others. After I wrote my first book I began to record ideas and stories for my kids. I never had any idea what I was going to do with all of these ideas and I was okay with that.

Eventually I naturally organized them into themes which I call intentions as a gift to my children that I would give them at the end of my life or when they graduated college or at some time that I would know was right. I wanted to share what I’ve learned so that maybe my kids could understand me better and learn my lessons so they didn’t have to repeat them and they could learn their own. As friends slammed into crises and struggles, I began sharing my ideas with them and they learned and gained and grew.

As my career in medicine progressed and the challenges and frustrations mounted, I continued to dream. I dreamed of work that was valued on its content and not by a 3rd party trying to squeeze the most out of me and pay me the least. I dreamed of not working with people who were not as excited or passionate as me. I dreamed of reaching more people than 1 at a time in an exam room or operating room. I dreamed of being as excited every day in my work as I was performing my first surgery or writing my first book or building my first home. I dreamed of doing something every day that was different from the past 25 years. Been there. Done that.

All of this culminated into sharing quotes, questions, action steps (quests) and breakthrough stories (quakes) that became Q 4 Daily Inspiration or Q4DI.

And instant insanity. Immediate fear and doubt and negativity. How do I know if I am on the cutting edge of the future and brilliance or deluding myself in a self absorbed fantasy of insanity? Is this amazing courage to share my authentic vulnerability or am I desperately seeking others who speak my language and want to join this world of positivity, possibility and limitlessness?

But I am a dreamer. I had grown mental and spiritual muscles that rebounded with better questions. What happens if I do it anyway? What if this is better than what’s out there because it’s quick, consistent, free, unlimited and it prompts you to ask yourself questions, to think, to take steps and to develop momentum from everyone’s breakthroughs? How can I not do this?


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