Linking Self Efficacy on Motivation and Entrepreneurial Achievements
Anis Eliyana, Mustain, Ahmad Rizki Sridadi, Novia Aviantari
In running an entrepreneurial business, thereare several aspects that affect success, two of which are self-efficacy and motivation. This study aims to examine the effect of self-efficacy on entrepreneurial motivation and achievement. Research respondents were 30 people, or about 54% of the total population. They are all 30 students of Universitas Airlangga who have entrepreneur businesses. Data collection was obtained by distributing questionnaires, which were then analyzed with Partial Least Square (PLS). The results showed that self-efficacy of entrepreneurial students influenced achievement, furthermore motivation significantly mediated the effect of self-efficacy on entrepreneurial achievement (full mediation).