Logan is a renowned philanthropist and best-selling author. Over the years, Stout has generated billions of dollars from his businesses and his talent. He has extensive experience in team-building and leadership. Today, he ranks as one of the leading key note speakers in the globe. Logan has been helping people to build transformative leadership skills. He is the brain behind, “Stout Advice: The Secrets to Building Yourself, People, and Team,” a book published in 2013. This book seeks to inspire and empower readers to strive to reach their God given potentials. Notably, the book was endorsed by renowned personalities, including Daymond John and Barbara Corcoran from ABC’s Shark Tank.
Over the years, Logan has partnered with different leaders to enhance personal training and leadership to over 190 countries. As a professional baseball athlete, he participated in 17 World Series as a coach and player. Stout is an alumnus of the esteemed University of Dallas where he graduated with a degree in psychology. He also holds a business degree from Panola. After completing his studies, he played baseball for the Fort Worth Cats.
Logan is married to Haley. They have two sons. Stout and Haley are the founders of the Youth Athletes Foundation. They are affiliated with the American Heart Association of North Texas. In addition, they are the honorary chairs and patrons of the Boys and Girls Club of Collin County.
This corporation was founded on the basis of personalized fitness and nutrition. IDLife offers a wide range of products that caters to each individual’s unique heath needs. Each person has his or her own physical strengths and weaknesses. The ID in the company’s name stands for “Individually Designed.” This is because the entity’s products are tailored to the needs of each person based on eating habits, sex, medical conditions, sun exposure, exercise, prescription medications and age.
IDLife uses a network marketing model. This means that the company’s products are directly sourced from manufacturers and taken to consumers without passing through expensive advertising campaigns, retailers or wholesalers. The independent representatives recommend products to people that they know and keep the profit margins. The company pays its members 30 percent of the retail price from their own customers. They also provide them with 10-level comp plan starting with a five percent over-ride on the down line levels.
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