The Role of Fear on the Entrepreneurial Mindset

Murat Çemberci, Ercan Karakeçe


The demand for entrepreneurship is growing in the world. It reminds readers of triumph. However, achievement elements in enterprises are associated with many factors. To fully understand entrepreneurship, besides technical issues, it should be focused on some soft issues. For this purpose, this article was conducted on fear emotion that affects entrepreneurial actions. The study used a qualitative method using primary data from questionnaires. The analysis provides an overall view that in entrepreneurship, intangible factors are accepted as meaningful as tangible ones. The research aims to uncover the effects the fear factors implement the entrepreneurial mindset. The issues consist of an introduction, theoretical framework, and hypothesis study about entrepreneurship, and fear. Lastly, conclusions and recommendations are submitted to help enable the advancement of entrepreneurial activities


Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurial Mindset, Fear

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