About Logan Stout
Logan Stout is the Founder and CEO of IDLife. He is an accomplished investor, author, leadership trainer, entrepreneur, keynote speaker, and philanthropist. He established IDLife in 2014 alongside his partners Troy Aikman, and celebrity trainer Jen Widerstrom. Since its inception, IDLife has grown exponentially. It’s a startup health and wellness company that offers nutritional supplements to help meet specific needs of customers. IDLife recognizes that not everyone has the same nutritional needs. Nutritional deficits and requirements vary widely depending on an individual’s personality, health, medication needs, and body fitness.
Logan Stout has a passion for helping others live a healthy lifestyle. He often offers encouragement and leadership skills to aspiring entrepreneurs to help them get their businesses off the ground. Over time, Logan Stout has partnered with several speakers and authors such as John C. Maxwell to bring leadership to every nation in the world. He published a book; “Stout Advice: The Secrets to Building Yourself, People and Teams” to inspire and empower aspiring entrepreneurs to reach their potential. In fact, the book earned an endorsement from Barbara Corcoran and Daymond John, renowned entrepreneurs from ABC’s Shark Tank.
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Logan Stout was born and brought up Richardson, Texas. Logan Stout went to J.J. Pearce High School where he met his wife, Haley Stout. While at school, Logan was elected to the Student Athletic Council for his excellence in leadership, sports, and curriculum activities. That inspired him to pursue baseball after completing high school. Besides, he is the Founder and CEO of the Dallas Patriots Baseball organization, an organization focused on empowering aspiring baseball players. Leveraging his experience as a former baseball player, Mr. Stout founded Premier Baseball Academy,an organization devoted to inspiring and empowering aspiring baseball players through training.
Logan Stout has featured in several publications such as Philadelphia Life Magazine, The Dallas Morning News, and The New York Times. He went to Panola University and the University of Dallas where he earned a degree in Business Administration as well as a degree in Psychology respectively. Even after graduating from the University, Logan Stout continued to play baseball prompting him to start Dallas Patriots.
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