IdeaMensch published an interview on June 1, 2017, discussing the life and career of Logan Stout, most notably his company IDLife which he started in 2014. The message of health and wellness has been well-received, and the company continues to grow quickly. Stout’s strategy of partnering with well-known and respected athletes, fitness gurus, and nutritional experts has proven effective.
The piece talks about Logan’s ability to connect with audiences about his favorite subjects; personal growth, quality leadership, and team building. He connects with people as a teacher, writer, and speaker. In 2013, his book, Stout Advice: The Secrets to Building Yourself, People, became a best seller and his credibility on the subject matter of leadership pulls large crowds to every one of his speaking engagements.
Obviously, Logan is a successful businessman who seems to have a winning touch with his ventures, and much of his success occurs because he genuinely cares about the success, happiness, and health of others. One inspiring piece of supporting evidence is his ownership of the Dallas Patriots. Stout founded his baseball organization, serves as CEO, and focuses the company principals on mentoring young people.
He matches teams made up of kids who range in age from six to eighteen and provides them with the highest quality instruction from the best class teachers, coaches, and mentors he can find. The quality of the education is so good that many graduates are MLB draft picks and even those are not have earned the opportunity to play at the college level.
Logan Stout is passionate about sharing his knowledge and experience, but he is also generous with charitable contributions of money and time. He and Haley, his wife, are patrons and honorary chairs of the Boys and Girls Club of Collin County, founders of Youth Athletes Foundation and support the American Heart Association of North Texas. The Stout’s live in Frisco Texas and have two sons.