Everything that Logan Stout accomplished before 2014, including being a professional athlete, leadership trainer and an expert team builder, lead to Stout being the ideal CEO for IDLife. Since nutrition was important to him, Stout recognized an opportunity when a doctor introduced to the idea of a customized vitamin program. The idea turned into IDNutrition, a company that sells customized supplements, plus shakes and energy bars as well.
After publishing Stout Advice: The Secrets to Building Yourself, People, and Teams in 2013, Stout knew that he could inspire a direct sales team to market IDLife. When he was twenty-five, Stout was a direct sales millionaire and his insights helped take IDLife, established in 2014, to being named one of the 100 Solid Top MLM Companies in 2016. Stout’s marketing approach is to have potential customers take a free assessment and then one of IDLife’s representatives suggest the right nutritional mix that will meet their needs.
Stout says that the Bible is the book that inspires him in both business and life; he has served as a youth minister at the First United Methodist Church of Coppell. Stout also loves to hear from people who were inspired by one of his standing room only motivational speeches or by reading his book.
Stout realized that there were youth in Texas who loved baseball, but they lacked the resources to train and earn a scholarship or play professionally. He started the Dallas Patriots baseball organization, which runs classes and low cost baseball camps with professional players and coaches.
While he admits that he would like to find more time to spend with his wife and children, Stout plans to grow IDLife and possibly find another venture in the health and wellness industry. He has said that he will only invest in a business that he believes in.
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