Logan Stout was born and grew up in Richardson, Texas. He went to J.J. Pearce High School. He graduated from Panola and University of Dallas with a business and psychology degrees respectively. He began His leadership back in school, where he led the Student Athletic Council. He had an extraordinary talent in baseball and basketball, earning him the MVP title. After school, Logan pursued His baseball career by joining the Fort Worth Cats where He played for two seasons. He played, the pitcher. Furthermore, he served as the Dallas Baptist University coach.
The drive he had for sports since an early age pushed him to grow young talents. Forming the Dallas Patriots, one of the most successful baseball organizations nurturing young abilities as well as inspiring them to achieve more. There are baseball clinics, camps, private classes, tryouts and more. With a skillset of leadership skills, he has aided in developing many baseball talents.
Apart from baseball, Logan Stout is an accomplished entrepreneur who believes in people and their potential. He offers a solution to people seeking better living through physical health. By developing ID Life, a company whose line of products aims at providing healthcare solutions. The company delivers based on your wishes, from weight management pills, shakes, energy supplements and many more.
Along the way, Logan has worked with many people with an array of different ideas. He strongly advises leaders to sit down and listen to other opinions in finding solutions bringing about confidence and removes any doubt of inferiority as well. Therefore, transforming thoughts into actions leading to results. He believes in a better people bring in an exceptional team accomplishing better results.
In addition to mentorship and business, Logan Stout wrote a book in 2013 titled “Stout Advice: The Secrets to Building Yourself, People and Teams.” The book aims at instilling belief in oneself as well as help them grow into the person they are meant to be. In a nutshell, loving abundantly, simple living giving generously and praying go a long way in strengthening us and relationships with others.