The functionality of entrepreneurial passion and entrepreneurial bricolage on micro-entrepreneur’s wellbeing
This study investigates the relationships between entrepreneurial passion, entrepreneurial bricolage, and subjective wellbeing. A total of 253 usable data were collected from the micro-entrepreneurs in Bangladesh and data were analyzed by SEMPLS3.0 employing structure equation modelling. The results indicate that subjective wellbeing is significantly predicted by entrepreneurial passion and bricolage. Bricolage also found to play a mediating role between passion and wellbeing. The results of the study validate that passionate entrepreneurs who embrace bricolage will achieve wellbeing through their ventures. The paper makes contribution to the knowledge domain by bridging the concept of subjective wellbeing with entrepreneurial passion and bricolage.
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