Logan Stout is passionate about helping people. He’s best known for his entrepreneurial efforts in health and wellness as the CEO and founder of IDLife—a company that aims to help people achieve their best health through personalized holistic health improvement.
The distinct appeal of IDLife is that it recognizes that not all individuals experience the same nutritional needs. Nutritional deficits and requirements often vary widely depending on each person’s unique circumstances based on medications, illnesses, and physical activity.
In addition to building this business for a more efficient way to track nutrition, workouts, and overall health, Logan Stout enjoys helping people develop leadership skills. His goal is to help others become successful leaders and enjoy the process getting there. To that end, in 2013 he published the leadership book, Stout Advice: The Secrets to Building Yourself, People, and Teams!
Logan Stout also focuses on leading youth, specifically through mentoring and sports. As a former professional athlete, he took his passion for baseball and created the Dallas Patriots youth baseball organization. It’s now one of the largest in the world and provides youth baseball teams with instructors and coaches to train and mentor youth ages six to 18 years old. Graduates of the organization achieve their goals and earn the opportunity to play college baseball.
Part of the reason Logan Stout is successful at helping people is because of his emphasis on teams. Brainstorming with a group is one of his favorite things to do. He loves getting people in a room and collaborating. He believes that the goal of all ideas is to lead to great ideas. And great ideas come from a team’s effort to pursue the creative process.
A Texas native, Logan Stout understands the importance of effort and hard work. He and his brother were raised by a single mother, growing up with little money. Logan Stout uses his childhood experience to coach and motivate others, as reaching goals is never as simple as it first seems—and it’s usually more difficult. But Logan Stout knows firsthand that sticking with a goal is certainly worth it.
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