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1. Introduction

Resilience is a fundamental trait for entrepreneurs as they navigate the demanding situations and uncertainties of the entrepreneurial adventure. It lets them evolve, persist, and conquer setbacks, ultimately influencing the achievement of their ventures. Whether in small business entrepreneurship, scalable entrepreneurship, social entrepreneurship, or progressive entrepreneurship, resilience plays a pivotal position. Small business entrepreneurs want resilience to weather economic downturns, converting consumer alternatives and opposition. Their ability to pivot techniques and discover new revenue streams allows them to preserve their businesses for tough instances. Scalable entrepreneurs face excessive uncertainty, intense competition, and the want for vast investments. Resilience is vital for them as they bounce back from setbacks, research, and iterate on their enterprise fashions. This resilience enables them to entice investors, refine their services, and acquire sustainable growth. 

Social entrepreneurs aim to deal with social or environmental challenges while generating effective financial consequences. Resilience is critical for them as they face specific barriers related to effect size, stakeholder engagement, and securing funding. By demonstrating resilience, social entrepreneurs can adapt their strategies to evolving needs, preserve their dedication to their missions, and make lasting contributions to society innovative entrepreneurs’ attention on introducing novel products, offerings, or enterprise fashions to the marketplace. Resilience drives them as they navigate uncertainties, capability resistance to innovation, and technological disruptions. By staying resilient, progressive entrepreneurs can conquer preliminary scepticism, refine their improvements based on feedback, and, ultimately, force marketplace adoption.

Overall, resilience is a defining trait that shapes the entrepreneurial adventure throughout numerous types of entrepreneurship. It permits entrepreneurs to evolve, research, and navigate nearby markets, pursuing speedy growth, addressing societal challenges, or introducing innovations. The capacity to bounce back from setbacks, embody trade, and persevere through demanding situations empowers entrepreneurs to transform their visions into truth and make lasting influences on their industries and groups.

This research proposal describes a research study that aims to study the importance of resilience in the entrepreneurial journey and the impact it can have on the success or failure of start-up entrepreneurial businesses. It explores the background of the proposed research before defining the research question, aims, and objectives. It goes on to discuss the implications of the research while highlighting the research gaps that will be addressed by this mixed-method research. It continues with a description of the proposed research methodology before concluding with a summary of the proposal.

1.1 Research Aim

The research study aims to investigate the role of resilience in shaping an entrepreneur’s journey. The objectives are to determine the importance of businesses cultivating an entrepreneurial spirit that can adapt to a dynamic and unpredictable market. The second objective of the study is to see if resilience influences the ability of business owners to make valuable business connections. Such connections can increase their access to funds and personnel that will allow them to reach their full potential. It also wants to determine if resilience is central to an entrepreneur’s long-term success by assessing and measuring it. Long-term research is needed to confirm the paradigm presented by this exploratory study. The research aims to answer the following research questions:

How does resilience shape an entrepreneurial journey and influence a start-up entrepreneur?

1.2 Significance of the Study

This research will be significant for various stakeholders like government, academia, entrepreneurs, and researchers in various ways discussed by the author. 

Governments can use the findings of this research to inform their policies and initiatives that they need to adapt to support and foster entrepreneurship within the economy to make them able to grow to create more jobs. Policymakers can rely on these research findings to craft effective ways to spread resources to support programs that support resilience skill development among entrepreneurs. In the academic realm, the research adds to the existing body of knowledge regarding how resilience contributes to an entrepreneur’s success in their journey, riddled with immense challenges. Moreover, entrepreneurs will also benefit from the research findings since they can gather valuable insights regarding how entrepreneurial resilience is integral in enhancing an ability to succeed (Prokop 2021). The research will also help shed light on how entrepreneurs can cultivate and develop entrepreneurial skill sets. 

2. Literature Review

2.1 Understanding Resilience

Resilience is the capacity to withstand and improve from difficult situations (Neenan & Dryden, 2021). Resilience no longer means a person does not revel in stress, emotional upheaval, and suffering. Resilience includes the capability to work via emotional aches and struggles.

Resilience, within the context of mental and entrepreneurial research, refers to the ability of individuals or entities to adapt, recover, and thrive in the face of adversity, setbacks, and challenges (Hartmann et al., 2022). It encompasses the potential to withstand and navigate problems, analyze from studies, and hold a nice trajectory notwithstanding external pressures and internal limitations. Resilience entails a mixture of psychological, emotional, cognitive, and behavioural attributes contributing to a person’s capability to persevere and triumph over uncertainty and constraints. Also, Kuckertz (2021) states that within the framework of resilience, four kinds have been recognized, each gambling a position in shaping an entrepreneur’s adventure and influencing the success of a start-up undertaking. 

Types of resilience:

Psychological Resilience: focuses on an individual’s intellectual and emotional potential to cope with stress, setbacks, and uncertainty. Zacharakis & and Bygrave (2019) state that it includes trends that include adaptability, optimism, emotional regulation, and the potential to bounce back from disasters.

Adaptive Resilience: facilitates an entrepreneur’s potential to alter and pivot in response to changing instances or unexpected demanding situations. Also, Nodira (2021) noted that Entrepreneurs with adaptive resilience are skilled at re-evaluating techniques, revising plans, and capitalizing on rising possibilities.

Social Resilience: relates to an entrepreneur’s support network and connections. Khayru et al. (2021) stated that it involves having access to mentorship, seeking advice from friends, and leveraging social capital to conquer challenges. Also, a sturdy social community can provide treasured resources and steerage for the duration of hard instances.

Business Resilience: Nodira (2021) relates to an entrepreneur’s ability to lay out and execute strategies that shield the begin-up’s sustainability and growth. This includes diversifying revenue streams, handling dangers, and retaining operational flexibility.

2.2 Studies Addressing Resilience

The following studies illuminate the role played by resilience by viewing disasters as learning and leveraging them to refine their techniques:

Table 1: Resilience foci in existing research

Resilience Focus


Role of resilience in overcoming challenges

Alrawadieh , (2021)

Resilience in the face of failure

Aljuwaiber, (2021) ;Tunio et al., (2021)

Strategies for building resilience

Salamzadeh et al; Tripathi et al., (2022)

Impact of resilience on start-up success

Scheidgen, (2021); Teague et al., (2021)

Role of resilience in decision-making

Said et al., (2023); Sirojiddinov et al., (2021)

Psychological resilience and entrepreneurial success

Sahin et al., (2021); Żur, (2021)

While there is a lot of research into the concept of resilience, only some research examines resilience in entrepreneurship (Chadwick & Raver, 2018). This is important since dealing with business demands, and constraints can impact these entrepreneurs’ overall health and well-being (Chadwick & Raver, 2018; Nisula & Olander, 2023). Furthermore, existing research does not always account for the stressors affecting entrepreneurs and increasing their need to be resilient (Ahmed et al., 2022). Establishing a business from scratch and managing it directly often involves high levels of uncertainties and risks, which tend to weigh down on the entrepreneur’s mental well-being and health, impacting their overall success. Therefore, the failure of the existing literature to touch on the various types of stressors like market volatility, work-life balance, financial constraints, and decision-making pressures contributes to less understanding regarding how these stressors impact the ability of entrepreneurs to succeed (Chadwick & Raver, 2018). Hence, it is important to conduct research to show how different types of stressors impact the ultimate ability of entrepreneurs to succeed.

According to Fisher et al. (2016), resilience is a crucial factor for success in any area of endeavour. Successful entrepreneurial ventures are challenged by entrepreneurs faced with adversity, such as financial problems, retaining suitably skilled human resources, and recovering from the economic impact of the recent COVID-19 pandemic (Hartmann et al., 2020; Shaher & Ali, 2020). The need to drive successful businesses means an urgent need to develop insights into the psychological strengths that facilitate achieving these goals. Fisher et al. (2016) describe resilience as influencing different facets of entrepreneurship, including at the individual level, the team, and the venture itself. This means it is imperative to examine resilience concerning these different facets (Korber & McNaughton, 2017).

3. Entrepreneurial Characteristics

Effective communication is an important business skill for an entrepreneur. According to Wu et al., (2022), entrepreneurs should always be good communicators to enable them properly to manage and grow their businesses. With good communication skills, entrepreneurs can communicate effectively with various business stakeholders, like employees and investors. Moreover, Prokop (2021) outlines entrepreneurs also require risk management skillsets to effectively be in a position where they can optimize their business earnings without exposing it to excess risks that may subject the entity to a potential collapse. It is also appropriate for business owners to possess effective problem-solving skills, which are highly integrated in enhancing their ability to effectively tackle problems they may come across as they manage and conduct the activities and operations of their businesses. 

Succeeding as an entrepreneur, especially in the first five years of business operations, usually demands traits necessary to conquer many challenges in managing a young business. Moreover, Corvello et al., (2022) argue that entrepreneurs should always possess high levels of motivation and optimism as it enhances their chances of tackling the complex challenges they may encounter at an early stage of their entrepreneurial journey. Moreover, Anwar et al., (2022) say that entrepreneurs should also possess a high degree of self-efficacy, which means having a higher level of belief in their potential and capability to effectively manage and steer their businesses to success. Having high levels of self-efficacy enhances the chances of entrepreneurs being able to lead and manage their businesses even during hard times.

Additionally, Wang et al., (2022) note that having a higher degree of resilience enhances the ability of an entrepreneur to build a business capable of withstanding any setbacks they may face in the early days of their start-up. Resilience is also considered integral in enhancing the ability of the entrepreneur to quickly recover from the difficulties that their business encounters and consequently proceed to provide steady leadership to steer the entity into prosperity. However, Rasulova and Jabborova (2019) note that lacking the virtue of resilience increases the chances of the start-up collapsing without attaining its sole purpose. Most start-ups face increased risks and challenges during the first five years of operation and lack of resilience makes it harder for the entrepreneur when the start-up is in the infancy stage. The entrepreneur’s inability to quickly recover from setbacks suffered during this period usually results in the business crumbling (Bradley et al., 2021). Hence, the degree of resilience of the entrepreneurs plays an integral role in determining whether they will be able to succeed in their entrepreneurial journey, especially in the challenging first five years of start-up life.

SCT Theory and its Relevance for Entrepreneurial Characteristics

Self-efficacy theory proposed by Albert Bandura suggests that an individual’s belief usually can determine the extent to which they can succeed (Ionescu et al., 2020). Entrepreneurs with high levels of self-efficacy are more able to develop the required resilience during their entrepreneurial journey easily.

Albert Bandura’s Social Cognitive Theory (SCT) describes how individuals shape and are influenced by their environment. Reciprocal determinism, self-efficacy, observational learning, and self-regulation influence resilience. The environment affects a person and vice versa, according to reciprocal determinism. One person can be a change agent and a change responder. SCT implies that environmental, personal, and behavioural elements interact to shape human behaviour. SCT suggests that people learn from their own experiences and others’ actions. This concept supports the idea that resilience can be learned by observing others (Urbano et al., 2019). In addition, it is also important for entrepreneurs to possess some form of mental toughness. Some entity theorists view mental toughness as immutable, while others view it as changeable or incremental (Aljuwaiber, 2021). No matter what approach is adopted, the concept is related to resilience since it refers to the capacity of an individual to address all challenges in their move toward a stated goal and objective (Shahin et al., 2021). 

This theory could be pivotal in shaping how entrepreneurs can effectively learn the skill of resilience from already established entrepreneurs who had the same entrepreneurial journey as them. Hence, entrepreneurs with a growth mindset mentality are more likely to be more receptive to the teachings on developing resilience skillsets. 

Finally, self-regulation is applying self-control abilities consistently and appropriately. Good emotional self-regulation may manage emotions and resist impulsive acts. Self-efficacy is the confidence to do a task. According to Gu and Wang, (2022), self-efficacy leads to resilience, which is the conviction that one can control the entrepreneurial process despite difficulties. Self-efficacy helps entrepreneurs handle stress and entrepreneurs who believe they can take the right actions for commercial success in adverse settings might develop resilience. SCT directs the search to understand an organization’s success and failure through the entrepreneur’s involvement because they are the decision-makers and strategists. This theory is used as a framework for the investigation.

Theoretical Framework

This research analyses the theoretical framework that has been developed to learn how resilience influences the actions and results of start-up entrepreneurs. The existing research sheds light on the aforementioned correlation, illuminating its complex nature and potential gender-specific complexity. The research conducted by Ahern et al. (2006), highlights the significance of resilience variables in predicting economic performance, particularly within the Spanish tourism industry. Significantly, toughness, resourcefulness, and optimism have all been identified as key components of resilience. Researchers have shown that resourcefulness is the most important factor in determining business success. The study’s findings are significant because they imply that female entrepreneurs may be more influenced by the trait of optimism.

In their research, Smith-Osborne and Whitehill Bolton, (2013), stresses the need to use reliable measures to gauge resiliency at different points in one’s life. Given the importance of accurately measuring entrepreneurs’ resilience, the presented guidance is particularly relevant to the continuing research. Choosing the right tools is essential to deciphering how resilience influences the entrepreneurial journey. Ayala and Manzano’s (2014), findings give more proof of the need to use reliable methodologies for evaluating resilience, especially when studying adolescents. According to the study’s findings, the Resilience Scale (RS) is the gold standard for measuring resilience in young adults. Strong psychometric properties and usefulness across age groups support this conclusion about the instrument.

Taking this foundation as a starting point, the proposed framework argues that high scores on the RS scale, which measures factors like hardiness, resourcefulness, and optimism, are strongly correlated with start-up success. Furthermore, the major purpose of this study is to investigate potential gender-based differences, particularly as they pertain to the effect that optimism has on women business owners. This framework presents an in-depth analysis of how resilience affects the growth of start-up entrepreneurs, clarifying the complex dynamics at play and aiding in the development of tactics to promote success.

Research Approach and Ethics Consideration

For this mixed-method research, around 30 entrepreneurs from Australia, at varying levels of their entrepreneurial journey will form the sample group that will participate in stage one. The total sample population will be evenly distributed in 3 groups of 10, falling in years 1, 3 and 5 of their entrepreneurial journeys respectively. For this research, a face-to-face interview will be conducted with the participants. The participants in this research will be asked a series of preliminary questions on the identified themes that will be prepared before the commencement of the research. The next step would be to measure their responses and resilience levels based on an existing scale that will further help develop new indicators used to measure resilience in start-up entrepreneurs, leading to a new psychological assessment scale based on self-report measures. Stage one will be concluded by conducting exit interviews with participants and the new assessment scale will be tested with 300 entrepreneurs in stage two, to gain a comprehensive understanding of an entrepreneur’s resilience. Additionally, these measurements can help identify the factors that contribute to resilience, enabling the development of training programs and support systems to enhance an entrepreneur’s ability to navigate the challenges of start-up life. 

There would be no risk to participant’s privacy and their personal information will be kept confidential. Religion and ethnicity will remain private as well, aligning with the University’s marketing research stream.


Entrepreneurs are individuals who identify business opportunities and proceed to use available means to benefit from them. An inherent attribute that contributes to the success of entrepreneurs is resilience. While there is much research into this concept, more studies should be conducted on entrepreneurship. This proposal describes plans for a research project examining the role of resilience in a group of Australian entrepreneurs. This research emphasizes the significance of traits inclusive of adaptability, perseverance, and emotional regulation in fostering resilience.


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