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The Entrepreneurial Personality

The lack of readiness among students in managing their future tend to promote actions that almost instantaneous create doubts in determining future goals. Thus, not many of the alumni who still compete fate to become a civil servant or employee of a big company without being aware of its potential. On the other hand, the lack of attention in determining the future, not uncommon among students perform activities of student organizations of which it is based not on the wishes of the original so that the activity leads to less creative activities. Consistent with Lorz (2011) uses a variable intention of entrepreneurship because it is a very valid variable and be able to demonstrate the impact of entrepreneurship education. The results of the Karimi, Biemans, Lans, Mulder and Chizari, (2012) argued that to provide a useful framework for analyzing how the influence of entrepreneurship education on student entrepreneurial intentions can be used the theory of Planned Behavior (TPB). Based on these opinions can be argued that to give rise to highest confidence in achieving success in the future intentions of entrepreneurship as a necessary basis for initiating entrepreneurship. Results of research Lambing and Kuehl (2003: 29) found that the intention entrepreneurship affect the efficacy of oneself. Based on the relevant research and theory study reinforced the findings that there is a positive and significant impact on the efficacy of self-entrepreneurship intentions of students of Economics Education and Management, Faculty of Economics, State University of Makassar. Consistent with Katz and Gartner (1988) that a person who has the intention of Effect of Entrepreneurship Commitment ISSN 1985-692X International Journal of Business and Management Science, 8(1): 67-81, 2018 75 readiness and entrepreneurship will have a better progress in the effort to run than someone without the intention to start a business entrepreneurship. As stated by Krueger and Carsrud (1993), the intention has been proven to be the best predictors for entrepreneurial behavior. Therefore, Choo and Wong (2006), the intention can be used as a basic approach that makes sense to understand anyone who would become entrepreneurs.