Growing up, Logan Stout loved Baseball and sports. He had a very competitive mind, always looking for ways of getting ahead of others in sports, in the classroom or any other activity. At his high school J.J. Pearce, he served the Student Athletic Council.
Logan was a bright young man with a mind destined for success. He became a professional baseball athlete and later earned a business degree from Panola and a physiology degree from the University of Dallas.
Logan enjoyed mentoring youngsters in baseball. He was very much satisfied when he saw people he had helped excelled. This is what motivated him to start The Dallas Patriots – one of the biggest baseball organizations in the world. The entity avails training for everyone and offers specialized private classes, baseball clinics, baseball camps and more.
Another way Logan Stout inspires others is through his book: “Stout Advice: The Secrets to Building Yourself, People and Teams”, where he describes his journey from sports to entrepreneurship and shares his success strategies.
He also performs motivational speeches from sold-out arenas to private sports camps to people from all walks of life.His achievements have been featured in many online journals and publications and he has participated in many interviews about sports.
Mr.Stout’s entrepreneurial and philanthropic spirit did not stop with the Dallas Patriot. Mr. Stout also started IDLife, a company whose focus is developing healthcare products that help in the well-being of the mind, body, and soul.
What sets IDLife apart from its competitors is how the company holds the client’s hand by offering a personalized assessment in order to suggest the best solutions for a particular individual. They do this by having the client fill out personal habits and comprehensive health history questionnaire and then give recommendations for nutrition supplements that are unique to their needs.
Logan Stout Today
Logan is grateful to for everyone who has walked this journey with him, from his mentors, teachers, family, and God. He is now married to his high school sweetheart with whom they are blessed with two sons. On his free time, he likes hanging out with his family. He continues to offer inspiration through social media and his weekly newsletter – Stout Advice.
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