There are very few athletes who have been able to manage their lives after retiring from sports. Most of them have ended been broke while others have turned to be drug addicts. The main reason behind this is due to status change. However, few have been able to get it right. Logan Stout, a former athlete and a 16-time World Series player and a coach, is now one of the successful entrepreneurs from Dallas. His accomplishment as a successful business leader, motivation speaker and coach demonstrates his desire to break down barriers that stand between people and goals. Logan is the Founder and the CEO of IDLife.
IDlife is a health and wellness company that is at the forefront of personalized medicine. The IDLife business model is very efficient, and it has helped the firm to grow at a relatively high rate. The products sold by the company mostly comprise of vitamin packs that are specifically tailored for each based on sex, age, exercise, medical condition, sun exposure and even eating habits. The production of the drugs is carried out in a customized manufacturing set up, and the constituents are obtained from high-quality ingredients. The principal products produced and distributed by IDlife include Kraft, Hallmark, Keds, and Ford among many others. The company has adopted a network marketing model which ensures that the product goes directly from the manufacturer to consumers without involving intermediaries or expensive advertising campaigns.
Logan Stout started the company in the year 2014, and through his leadership, the company has been listed among the top 100 Solid Top MLM companies within a span of short period. He is a focused resilient leader who has a passion for helping others. He has substantially dedicated a significant share of his time to helping and mentoring young entrepreneurs. He has partnered with international speakers and authors who share his vision to help motivate and encourage young people and leaders in various businesses. Logan has been featured in numerous key publications such as Philadelphia Life Magazine the New York Times and other prominent live media platforms.