Logan Stout is one of the most versatile individuals in the world of business. He excels in entrepreneurship, philanthropy, and leadership. Logan is no stranger to success as Logan Stout’s produced hundreds of millions of dollars throughout his career. His principles of success are nearly flawless and drive his current ventures. Logan is also a great mentor and teacher, which has made him one of the most sought after keynote speakers in the world.
Despite his many successes Logan is as active as ever. Recently he’s ventured into the area of healthcare. Four years ago he launched health and wellness company IDLife. The company has made quite the impact in the industry, earning co-signs from celebs like Troy Aikman. IDLife’s mission revolves around changing the way people approach their health. It’s nutritional products are among the highest quality in the world. The company is growing at such a rapid pace that in under three years since it opened it was named one of the 100 Solid Top MLM Companies in the world.
As an avid philanthropist Logan is very invested in the betterment of others. He is passionate about helping others reach their true potential. His book, “Stout Advice: The Secrets to Building Yourself, People, and Teams,” is a very motivational read that strives to leave a lasting impact on readers.
A lesser known fact about Logan Stout is his love for sports. In fact, for a short time the businessman actually played baseball professionally. Though he never achieved his dream of playing in the MLB he is still involved with the sport.
He is the founder of the Dallas Patriots baseball organization. Through the organization he is able to mentor youth and guide them to success. Almost every kid that comes through the organization goes on to play baseball at a university.
Logan Stout’s Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/TheLoganStout
Anthony Petrello is the President, Chief Executive Officer, and Chairman of the Board at Nabors Industries Ltd. Nabors is the operator of the largest on-land drilling fleet in the world with sites in the United States, the Middle East, Asia, Canada, and other regions. Anthony Petrello, who also goes by Tony, oversees the company from its headquarters in Houston, Texas.
Petrello earned both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Yale University, both in Mathematics. He also has a J.D. degree which he earned at Harvard Law School. He practiced law at the law firm of Baker & McKenzie for 22 years. While acting as a lawyer Petrello specialized in taxation, corporate law, and international arbitration. For the final 5 years that he was with Baker & McKenzie he was the Managing Partner of their New York City office.
Petrello first came to Nabor Industries in 1991 when he was named the company’s President and Chief Operating Officer. He became Deputy Chairman in 22003 and then Chief Executive Officer in 2011. He was named Chairman of Executive Committee of the Board and Chairman of the Board in 2012. According to Bloomberg Anthony Petrello was paid $27,663,602 as of 2015.
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A few years ago one of Petrello’s college roommates, Lloyd Grove wrote an article on The Daily Beast about his remembrances of him. This came about because Grove was reading an article about the United States highest-paid CEO’s and recognized one of the names as his old roommate. As he recalls Petrello was a skinny kid from a working-class background and very much an extrovert. Grove also recalls that Petrello was exceptionally gifted in math and would write proofs of theorems on napkins all the time.
Petrello ended up during his time at school as a protege of Professor Serge Lang who taught at the school and was a world-renowned mathematician. Grove recently reached out to contract Petrello but his phone call was unsuccessful as Petrello was out of the office. Shortly after he received an email from Petrello, part of which said that success comes down to being lucky or being smart, and he had been very lucky.