Logan Stout is a successful entrepreneur, public speaker, philanthropist, business trainer, baseball coach and best-selling author. He has extensive interests in Christian ministry, business, sports, and media. He is the founder and CEO of IDLife, a privately held direct sales firm with a strong focus on customized health, wellness and fitness products. The company was established in 2014 and is based in Frisco, Texas.
As a highly successful entrepreneur, he has been involved in the establishment and executive management of various successful companies. Some of these firms include the Dallas Patriots and Dallas Patriots Baseball Foundation, Milocoop, Defining Success, and Youth Athletes among others.
The Baseball Foundation provides coaching, training and mentoring to select kids and youth baseball teams. He previously played professional baseball including the World Series. Logan Stout has also worked as a youth baseball coach at various organizations such as the Dallas Patriots and Dallas Baptist University.
IDLife was launched in 2014 and has quickly grown to become a leader in the health, wellness and fitness segment. The company enjoys strategic partnerships with influential people. This has enabled it to grow its client base rapidly. These include Troy Aikman, Jen Widerstrom, Larry North as well as Leisa Hart and Keith Craft.
Logan Stout is very vocal about success in business and leadership. He runs a weekly newsletter named “Stout Advice.” It is aimed at encouraging athletes to achieve personal and professional growth. He has also held numerous digital and print media interviews on how to achieve success in both business and sports by building strong teams. He has also been a keynote speaker at influential business and sports forums.
In addition, he enjoys extensive coverage on radio, and through the informative video messages that he publishes online.
Logan Stout is also the author of the book “Stout Advice: The Secrets to Building Yourself, People, and Teams!” The title was published in 2013 and illustrates how to achieve success as an individual and develop winning teams.
Logan Stout attended Panola College. He then went on to graduate from the University of Dallas. As part of his philanthropy efforts, he is associated with the American Heart Association and Boys and Girls Club.