The Billionaire Behind ID Life-Logan Stout

The CEO IDLife
Since his early years at the university, Logan Stout has been a multifaceted individual, as he has several different successes to his name. For instance, he has served as an MLB (Major League Baseball) scout, youth minister, entrepreneur and coach. This coaching skill is behind the successful establishment of the largest baseball organization in the world (Dallas Patriots Baseball Organization), that he heads as the CEO.

In addition to his success, the 38 year old Logan is now CEO of IDLife (health and Wellness Company), an entrepreneur, a speaker, a philanthropist and an author. One of his popular books is ‘Stout Advice: The secrets to building yourself ,people and teams’; which has been endorsed by billionaires like Barbara Corcoran and Daymond John, from the Shark Tank.

Logan’s Success
Logan Stout shows a strong character of resilience, as he has to accomplish his mission. For instance, he pursued baseball after the high school, leading to the Dallas Organization. This resilience is what has made all his ventures successful. From this, he has spread his wings to the society by impacting people with his vast knowledge in business, sports and life experience. Moreover, as a result of his success, that has earned him billions in revenue, Logan appreciates and knows how best to impact the society through mentoring the youth.

Logan’s Mentorship Program
As a great team leader, Logan appreciates the need to grow with others. For this reason, in 2000, he established the famous Dallas Patriots Baseball Organization. He uses this organization to; mentor the young who have followed in his steps, as many play at the college baseball and Major League Baseball.

Having served as a coach in the sporting industry, Logan understands the benefits of having a healthy living. In addition, people lately are cautious about what they consume, and being an entrepreneur he is, this was an avenue for him to venture in. In 2014, Logan founded ID Life, which is a healthcare product company that sells organic nutritional supplements. As a result of his appreciation of team work, his partnership with Troy Aikam, Jen Widerstrom (celebrity trainer) has placed ID Life among the best multi-level marketing companies.

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A Look at the Best Options on MLB Fantasy Waiver Wire

Here’s a rundown of Brandon C. Williams of RotoExperts best options to add to your Fantasy MLB lineup from the waiver wire:

Luis Perdomo, P, Padres: Perdomo dropped his ERA from 9.00 to 4.18, with a strikeout rate of 7.94K/9, and zero homers since his first start.

Ben Gamel, OF, Mariners: With a .373 batting average, 11 RBIs, 45 stolen bases, and five multi-hit games over the past week, Gamel should be on your radar.

Rhys Hoskins, 1B, Phillies: Hoskins has a .333 batting average in International League and seven homeruns in Triple-A as well as 38 homeruns in Double-A last season.

Ryan Schimpf, 2B, Padres: Schimpf is a hit or miss player with 9 of his 17 hits being homers. He has a low batting average of .170 and a high strikeout rate of 31.7%.

Eddie Butler, P, Cubs: A failed rookie on the Rockies, Butler’s dominating performance in Triple-A got him picked up by the Cubs. He’s worth keeping an eye on to see if he can thrive in his new team.

Jed Lowrie, 2B, Athletics: A solid pickup, Lowrie at this rate is looking to hit 10-12 homers.

Hansel Robles, P, Mets: With Fimilia’s injury, Robles moves to full-time setup man and should continue to get victories.

Kennys Vargas, 1B/DH, Twins: Vargas hits a lot of home runs, but also whiffs frequently aswell. He has a .230 batting average but may hit 23-30 homeruns.

Jose Urena, P, Marlins: Urena is starting to settle into his starting position and is worth keeping your eye on with his 96.1 average mph fastball.

Jorge Soler, OF, Royals: Soler is coming off an injury and it’s worth keeping your eye on him to see if he can shake off the rust.

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