Doç. Dr., Adnan Menderes Üniversitesi, Aydın, Türkiye
Türkiye İş Kurumu, Ankara, Türkiye
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Arş. Gör., Adnan Menderes Üniversitesi, Aydın, Türkiye
Entrepreneurs are to be accepted as corner stone of all powerful economies. For that reason, entrepreneurial activities are increasingly supported by whole world from day to day. People’s psychological capital may be addressed as one of the important factor that pushes them to do entrepreneurial activities. It is claimed that the people who have richer psychological capital are more successful entrepreneurs comparing to others.In this study, we aimed to investigate entrepreneurs’ and entrepreneur candidates’ in the framework of psychological capitals. For this purpose; we conducted a survey on 221 trainees who attended to entrepreneurship courses which is organized by Turkish Employment Agency Söke Service Center and also 40 people who have already done some entrepreneurial activities. While significant differences are found in terms of resilience levels between entrepreneurs and entrepreneur candidates; optimism, hope- self-efficiency level of both groups aren’t differed. It is also obtained that the resilience level of entrepreneur candidates is higher than present entrepreneurs’. Entrepreneurship has some naturally difficult sides and brings some psychological negativity to people. In other words, entrepreneurs face with negative situations and they may think that they lose their natural abilities gradually in the progress of time. As a result; if entrepreneurs are not left alone against the problems that they face and powerful support is provided by the state and non-governmental organizations, the resilience levels of entrepreneurs may promote.
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