Logan Stout wheres many shoes. He is a successful entrepreneur, business owner, speaker, leadership trainer, and best-selling author. He also launched IDLife in 2014 and has partnered with Troy Aikman, billionaire Darwin Deason, and Jen Widderstorm, a celebrity trainer. He has surrounded himself with like-minded people and is on a mission to educate people on the importance of living healthy and well.
IDLife is a brand that promotes such a lifestyle and is all about nutritional products of the highest quality. IDLife has been very successful and has become one of the 100 Solid Top MLM Companies in the entire world.
IDLife offers a tailored nutritional supplement plan to its clients. IDLife products are backed by many years of science and made from high-quality ingredients. There are products that help to promote weight loss, and there are products for kids as well. When new customers join they take an assessment which helps the company to create a customized plan that provides the perfect balance of nutrition.
Logan is a very passionate person. He is particularly passionate about helping others to achieve their goals and to help them to build up their leadership skills. He is partners with motivational speaker John C. Maxwell and is helping bring development training to 196 nations all over the world.
Logan Stout is the founder of the Dallas Patriots baseball league as well, and he is a youth mentor. The organization is one of the biggest and is giving its teams the opportunity to train with world-class coaches, and instructors. It is a great opportunity for kids ages six to eighteen to gain training and mentoring, and they even have the opportunity to play college baseball. Many become MLB drafts every year.
Stout is a very busy man, and he makes appearances at many live events, on the radio, and on television frequently. He has also been featured in various publications including the Philadelphia Life Magazine, The New York Times, and The Dallas Morning News. He has also been on The Fan, FOX, and was even proclaimed “Man of the Year” by Philadelphia Life Magazine.