Logan Stout Is A Successful Man Who Believes In Positive Thinking

Helping and encouraging other people to succeed is a big part of Logan Stout’s life. Although he is well-known as the founder and CEO of the IDLife health and wellness company, Mr. Stout also wears several other hats.

As a former All-American college baseball player who went on to play minor league baseball, Logan Stout founded the Dallas Patriots baseball team, and the Premier Baseball Academy in Plano and Frisco, Texas.

As a leadership trainer and motivational speaker, Logan Stout regularly urges other people to realistically pursue their goals. He is a big believer in positive thinking, and attributes his success to that positivity.

Being the author of the best-selling book Stout Advice: The Secrets to Building Yourself, People, and Teams!, Mr. Stout consistently puts his winning ideas to work through his multiple endeavors.

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Logan Stout believes that to attain one’s goals, a person’s body, mind, and soul should be in tune with each other. This also involves maintaining a focus on staying as healthy as possible.

By establishing the IDLife line of healthcare products, Logan Stout has made it possible for consumers to easily access high quality vitamins, sleep strips, weight management products, and skin care items.

Recognizing that every person has their own nutritional needs, IDLife offers a confidential, free health assessment to consumers. Through this assessment, scientifically based recommendations can be formed regarding the best vitamin choices for each person.

A married father of two sons, Logan Stout is a graduate of the University of Dallas, and is involved with several community and charitable organizations. Even though he is regularly featured on various media outlets, and often makes live appearances before crowds of people, Mr. Stout remains a faithful and grateful man.

With the IDLife company, Logan Stout has assembled a top-rate organization that includes the executive team, fitness ambassadors, partners and investors, and a scientific medical advisory board.