Logan Stout — Chief Executive Officer Of IDLife
The Chief Executive Officer and Founder of IDLife is Logan Stout. Logan trains people who have a desire to own and effectively manage an existing business. IDLife was founded in 2014, and in a short time, the company reached the top 100 Multi-Level Marketing (MLM) business worldwide. IDLife sells organic nutritional supplements, including diet supplements.
Logan Stout encourages people who have management and business skill to build a successful business. There are others who have the same goal as Logan, which is to help people in their quest to become leaders. He has partnered with people such as authors and speakers to help him to fulfill his goals. Logan and John C. Maxwell became partners to help others to become leaders, throughout the world.
Throughout his career, Logan Stout has earned many titles such as an entrepreneur, keynote speaker, and philanthropist. His financial portfolio includes earning billions of dollars. Logan has a great record of building a successful team and has become very successful. He is sought after by many people as a keynote speaker.
Stout Advice: The Secrets to Building Yourself, People, and Teams, is the title of a book written by Logan Stout in 2013. Daymond John from ABC’s Shark Tank and Barbara Corcoran endorsed his book.
Logan Stout attended the University of Dallas where he studied Psychology and Business. He graduated with a degree in Psychology.
The CEO and Founder of the Dallas Patriots baseball company is Logan Stout. He enjoys mentoring young people. The company is among the largest organization worldwide. They mentor, train, and organize teams of youths age six to eighteen years old.
Logan Stout and Haley, his wife are the parents of two sons. They live in Frisco, Texas. They are honorary chairpersons and customers of organizations such as the American Heart Association of North Texas and the Boys and Girls Club of Collin County.
Logan Stout was featured on the radio, live events and on television. Articles were written about Logan in The Dallas Morning News, Philadelphia Life Magazines and other publications. Philadelphia Life Magazine named Logan, Man of the Year.
From 1999-2001, Logan was an intern at the First United Methodist Church. From 2003-2006 he was employed at the First United Methodist Church and was the worship leader and assistant youth minister from 2003-2006.
From 2002 to 2003, Logan Stout was employed at the Dallas Baptist University as the Assistant Baseball Coach.