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July 5, 2022
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Self-confidence vs resilience: What makes entrepreneurs thrive?

In times of economic stability, entrepreneurs who exude self-confidence are the most likely to thrive. However, when faced with unstable and adverse economic conditions, those entrepreneurs who possess greater resilience are most likely to come out on top, according to new research from Durham University Business School. The research, conducted by Saadat Saeed, Professor in Management and Marketing at Durham University, alongside colleagues from University of Delaware and DePaul University, surveyed over 1,000 individuals from six countries to investigate the relationships between individual resilience, entrepreneurial self-efficacy and entrepreneurial intention, and compared this to a country’s state fragility – defined as…
Self-confidence vs resilience: What makes entrepreneurs thrive?

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