Before Logan Stout became a successful entrepreneur he dreamed of playing baseball professionally in the MLB. Logan was an “All-American” pitcher in college and even went on to play professionally in the minor league. Though he didn’t quite make it to the Majors like he’d planned his love for the game never faltered.
Once his playing career was over he decided to channel his passion for the game into the youth. He is the founder and CEO of both baseball organization based in the Dallas area and the Premier Baseball Academy. The academy if the premier location for indoor baseball training classes. The Dallas Patriots baseball organization is one of the largest of its kind. Every year graduates of the organization go on to play baseball in college. Some even go pro.
These days Logan Stout is mostly known for his entrepreneurial success. He’s made hundreds of millions of dollars in his relatively short career. To put this in perspective, many entrepreneur never make more than a few million. Logan has one of the best track records in business thanks to his leadership, team building, and core principles.
It seems like everything Logan Stout touches turns to gold. The most recent company he’s launched, IDLife, was named one of the 100 Solid Top MLM Companies in the world in 2016. It received this prestigious accolade just two years after it was founded. IDLife is a health and wellness company that sells organic personally designed supplements, with a focus on changing people’s unhealthy habits.
Logan Stout is also a best selling author thanks to his book, “Stout Advice: The Secrets to Building Yourself, People, and Teams.” It’s a good motivation read for people who feel like they haven’t reached their god-given potential. In addition, he is a renowned motivational speaker who focuses on helping others reach their full potential. Inc. Magazine named him “Most Popular Leadership Expert in the World.” Why not read a book written by someone who’s achieved so much.
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