When children are playing baseball with their friends, they frequently pretend to be the players they respect the most. Typically these are the players that hit the World Series-winning home run at one time during their career or pitched a no-hitter at a critical time in the season. Not often do you hear about a child wanting to be a player because he gives great speeches to business professionals. Maybe they should though, as success comes in many different ways.
Logan Stout might not have been the most successful baseball player or coach during his time in the major leagues, but he found something to build on. He took those small successes as a coach and a player and built on them to develop his leadership style. Just as much as he studied how to improve his batting stance, he studied how to lead other players.
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That has led him to leading youth today on the baseball field. He is the organizer of the Dallas Patriots baseball organization. The organization runs camps teach kids how to succeed both on the field and off. Players learn lessons not only to improve their baseball skills, but their leadership skills as well. Those skills are then used even by former attendees of his camp that never see their careers reach major league status.
Logan Stout currently leads a national healthcare sales company called IDLife. He uses the skills that he learned while playing baseball and working with leadership experts such as John. C. Maxwell to make his business a success. Logan Stout gets others to find a level of confidence in themselves and emphasizes that sales are about the product and how much your audience believes in your product.
Even with all the success his Dallas Patriots organization has had, he realizes that only a select few will advance in professional baseball. Logan Stout seeks to teach confidence and communication skills for all he comes across. Luck is frequently defined as “when preparation meets opportunity. Mr. Stout aims to share his knowledge so others are prepared when that opportunity arrives.
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