Author, Speaker Victor Escalante Discusses Overcoming Self-imposed Limitations

Tracy: Hello Victor, thank you taking the time to be here with us today. This is a topic I know many of our audience members struggle with. To start off, could you tell us a little bit about your company and what you do?

Victor: Certainly! I founded Escalante Training and Consulting to help people who are struggling to overcome self-limiting beliefs that are holding them back. I can help anyone overcome a limitation that isn’t physical or organic.2015-12-03 13.27.33

Tracy: That’s a huge topic that could probably fill several episodes. How did you get started in this field?

Victor: One time I had a close friend of mine that told me about a very difficult problem she could not overcome. She had already gone to the experts and they could not help her. I told her let me try an intervention on you about a new technology I’m just learning. I did the intervention and afterward, she reached in her purse and paid me $300 cash. She said I can feel the problem gone the value to me is much more than this but this is a token of my appreciation. In that moment I knew I was destined to help people.

Tracy: Was there a specific moment when you knew you should build a business around this?

Victor: I was invited to be on a radio show and talk about what I did. We had two callers ask me questions, one ended up asking me for personal coaching. This led to a very successful career in media. If you have a viable business I can coach you to have exponential growth. I once had a client ask me if an advertising campaign I had designed was going to work. I said I don’t know all I can do is do everything within my power to cover all the bases. He called me on a Sunday at home to tell me he hated me because the campaign was so successful he had to hire extra help and restock his shelves. I knew I was on to something.

Tracy: Do your clients tend to share a particular problem?

Victor: The problem I see most often revolves around stale sales from advertising strategies that don’t work. Having a demotivated sales force or a lot of internal strife from lacking a formal structure.

Tracy: I imagine there are questions you are asked all the time. What’s the most common question people ask about your work?

Victor: The most common questions I get asked are: 1. Have you ever done this type of project or intervention? 2. When can I expect to see results? 3. How soon can you start?

Tracy: It’s easy to see that you have a lot of passion for your work. What do you do to refuel that passion and keep yourself going?

Victor: I am an award-winning photographer and a voracious reader. I also love to cook and to travel.

Tracy: Talking with you today has been a real treat, you’re doing a great work and it was enlightening to get a glimpse of it. To end, could you leave us with a bit of advice for people who might be struggling with a limitation they want to get past?

Victor: Of course, I would encourage them to read my articles and my soon-to-be-released book. It’s also important to consider the elements of a successful strategy other competitors or persons like them have used before. Model that and the results are guaranteed.

To learn more about Victor and what he offers, visit his site at or email him at

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T. Allen Hanes

#1 Best Selling Author, International Speaker, Radio Host. T. Allen Hanes is long a time entrepreneur and business contributor for Small Business Trendsetters, CNN iReport, Thrive Global and Medium. He is also the founder of The Authority Syndicate Group. Co-Founder of The Crypto business Forum New York. An Educator and Advocate for entrepreneurs and small business owners. He has also traveled the world speaking and educating audiences.