Logan Stout is a successful entrepreneur, accomplished author, generous philanthropist, and a popular leadership trainer. Logan has managed to make billions of dollars in his business ventures. Some of his qualities that lead to his success include incredible team building skills, great leadership qualities, credibility, and success principles. He is also invited to most companies and conferences as a keynote speaker.
IDLife is his latest investment which was launched in 2014. The company specializes in people’s well-being and health. Since the company was founded, it has experienced tremendous success due to its unique working principle. Some of the notable people who Logan works with include; Troy Aikman, Darwin Deason, and Jen Widerstrom. The company also partners with recognized fitness ambassadors and authors to educate people on the value of staying healthy and using high-quality nutritional products.
Logan Stout is quite passionate about motivating people and helping young entrepreneurs to develop great leadership skills. In 2013, Stout published a book to inspire readers and to empower the young generation. The book was endorsed by notable entrepreneurs such as Daymond John and Barbara Corcoran.
Logan Stout has partnered with John Maxwell to impact 196 nations across the world with personal and leadership training. Maxwell states that Logan has achieved a success that does not need any explanation. Maxwell adds that Logan’s book is an important tool to teach quality leadership and making well-informed decisions.
Logan also founded Dallas Patriots Baseball that focuses on leading and mentoring young people. Dallas Patriots is among the world’s largest organizations that provide world-class mentoring, training, coaches and instructors. Most graduates from the organization have played baseball in college.
Additionally, Logan appears on radio, live events, and television on a regular basis. Mr. Stout has also made guest appearances in several publications such as New York Times, Dallas Morning News, and Philadelphia Life Magazine among others. Logan has also been on FOX, The Fan, and CBS Radio.
Logan felt the urge to start IDLife because he was a former athlete who highly valued wellness and health. Logan says that nutrition plays a significant part of his wellness, so he wants to help others achieve the same. To bring ideas to life, Logan brainstorms and works with other people. Stout values teamwork because it has helped grow IDLife.