Logan Stout is a man who wants to help people succeed. He is a well-known entrepreneur, author, and founder and CEO of IDLife. Logan Stout wants to bring out the best in people and inspire them to reach their potentials. In the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, he was inspired to do what he has always done. He provided help and supplies to those who needed it the most.
Hurricane Harvey was a monster storm that affected thousands of people. Since the headquarters of IDLifeis located in nearby Frisco, Texas Logan Stout felt that it was only natural for him to help those afflicted by the storm. His employees at IDLife were more than happy to pitch in and help as well. Stout opened his main office in order to allow his workers to focus solely on helping others.
Help not only came from local sources. Logan Stout used the power of social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter to get the word out about the help that was so desperately needed. Many citizen volunteers came to help load a convoy of supplies being delivered to Houston. Two hundred volunteers quickly came to the United Way office in Dallas, Texas to help with the task of loading the trucks with the necessary supplies This is what teamwork can do in a situation like this.
A man from South Carolina named David Wilks came to help Logan Stout with his efforts. He brought with him a full truckload of supplies. The main reason David came to help Logan is that he knew first hand what it was like to be a victim of a major hurricane. He was livening in New Orleans, Louisiana when Hurricane Katrina struck the city in 2005. It meant a great deal to David to help those in need because he was one of the many people who needed help himself. He wanted to give back.
Stout believes that the power of teamwork can overcome any situation. By using the power of teamwork in his efforts to help those affected by Hurricane Harvey his influence in the community has grown by leaps and bounds. He passionately believes in helping people any way he can.
As Logan Stout once said: “I love making a difference with people who want to make a difference at a time where we need to make a difference.” No one could say it better.
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