Logan Stout is a renowned entrepreneur, athlete, motivational speaker and author. His most recent venture is IDLife, a nutritional supplement company that’s in the 100 Solid Top MLM Companies. IDLife was founded by Logan Stout in 2014 with the philosophy that people are unique, and their health and wellness products should be customized to meet their needs. Logan has attracted many high-profile partners and spokespeople to IDLife because of the product’s quality and research based merchandise. Darwin Deason, Troy Aikman and Jen Widerstrom are current partners of the organization because they believe in the viability of the products that ID Life offers. The company has recently announced its partnership with Garmin, creators of GPS technology. Garmin will work with ID Life to create wearable fitness technology.
IDLife isn’t Logan Stout’s sole business venture. He offers a mentoring service through loganstout.com and is a highly sought after motivational speaker for corporations or for one-on-one life coaching. His business motto is “the best investment you can make, is investing in yourself”. He is also the author of the highly rated book Stout Advice, which was published in 2013 and has been life changing for many who have read his book. Through Logan Stout’s personal experiences and his dedication to his faith, hard work and the power of believing in himself, he maps a successful path for those who wish to follow in his footsteps.
Logan Stout is the founder of Premier Baseball Academy. He started the indoor practice space and training program in 2000 to share his expertise in sports and to give something back to his community. Premiere Baseball Academy has locations in the North Dallas and Fort Worth areas, and have dedicated coaches to help kids excel in baseball. His sports background also enabled him to create the Dallas Patriots in 2000, giving boys the opportunity to reach their full potential playing in a professional setting. With so many accomplishments, it will be interesting to see what Logan Stout does next.
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