The more a person believes that he can manage a variety of strengths and weaknesses, the more convinced he is that he can realize an achievement. Develop personal entrepreneurial behavior is identical to the developing entrepreneurship, namely through the initial steps to identify themselves with the obstacles encountered. Personal traits of successful entrepreneurs are:a. Action-oriented and have a higher motive in taking risks to pursue the goal.b. Can harness the forces that are owned and reduce the weaknesses that exist.c. Have an aggressive behavior in pursuit of goals or goal-oriented and results.d. Want to learn from the experience in running the company from time to time.e. Nurture and develop superior personalized continuously.
A person having an interest in entrepreneurship because of the motive, the achievement motive. David C. McClelland (1971) grouped the needs into three (known by the three social motives), namely:1. The need for entrepreneurial achievement (n-Ach) has the characteristics:a. Happy to set a challenging target work, contain elements of moderate risk and avoid:1) The duties and responsibilities that are too easy to be solved, because the challenge is low.2) The duties and responsibilities that are too difficult to resolve, because success is more influenced by luck.b. Always feel that whatever happens, most of them become his responsibility.c. In work has always wanted to get feedback.
2. The need for power (n-Pow) has the characteristics:a. Always trying to influence others or make others admire about it.b. More emphasis on outcomes rather than processes.c. Have a strong urge to be seen as savior, helper, or a 'hero'.
3. The need for affiliation (n-Aff) has the characteristics:a. More interested in working atmosphere among the people who work in comparison with his own work.b. More attentive to the reaction or other people’s attitude toward him and feel uncomfortable when others behave less friendly.c. In carrying out the task is strongly influenced by who is going to be a co-worker. So the main concern is not whether a job is interesting or challenging, but with whom he will work.