Logan Stout is an accomplished entrepreneur, author, philanthropist, leadership trainer, and keynote speaker. Having built a success portfolio of businesses, Logan Stout’s track record of success, credibility, and team building skills have helped him to scale his ventures. He has become one of the world’s most sought after keynote speakers. IDLife, a health and wellness firm is his recent venture. Since its launch in 2014, IDLife has grown exponentially in partnership with billionare Darwin Deason and Jen Widerstorm, celebrity trainer. Besides, IDLife works with fitness ambassadors and globally recognized authors to intensify awareness on the importance of health and wellness. IDLife provides high quality nutritional supplements to help its clients maintain their wellbeing.
Logan Stout’s IDLife featured as one of the 100 Solid Top MLM Companies in the world in 2016. As a leadership trainer, he is passionate about helping aspiring leaders improve their leadership skills. He published an inspirational book in 2013 to empower and inspire readers to pursue their dreams. His book drew the attention of some of the world’s renowned entrepreneurs such as Daymond John and Barbara Corcoran.
Logan Stout also partners with motivational speakers such as John C. Maxwell to inspire leaders and entrepreneurs around the world. His leadership skills are clear indicators that his book will make an impact to its readers. Having generated millions of dollars throughout his career, Logan Stout founded the Dallas Patriot baseball organization to mentor aspiring baseball players. The Dallas Patriots is one of the world’s largest organizations that provide training, coaches, mentorship, and world-class instructors to kids aged six to eight years.
Logan Stout features in publications and mainstream media outlets such as The New York Times, The Dallas Morning Times, and Philadelphia Life Magazine. He has also appeared on The Fan, Fox, CBS Radio, and The Ticket. He was once named the Man of the Year by the Philadelphia Life Magazine. Logan currently lives with his wife and two sons in Frisco, Texas. He serves as the honorary chair and patron of charitable organizations such as the American Heart Association, Boys and Girls Club of Collin County, and Youth Athletes Foundations.
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