Nowadays, entrepreneurship plays a crucial role in various areas, including economic growth, job creation, and industrial development. The success and sustainability of entrepreneurship closely depend on individual personality traits. This study analyzes whether a relationship exists between entrepreneurial tendency, personality traits, and life satisfaction and aims to reveal the results. In this research, we conducted a literature review with the aim of contributing to both the academic and business communities. The first part of the study focuses on entrepreneurship concepts, followed by an examination of the five-factor personality theory in the second part. The third part briefly explores concepts related to life satisfaction. In the final phase of the study, field research was carried out with employees from the logistics sector in Hatay. A survey was conducted with 363 individuals between January and February 2019. Statistical assessment of the research involved analyzing reliability, factor loadings, and correlation analyses using the SPSS program. Technical abbreviations were explained when first used. The text was free of grammatical and spelling errors and followed standard academic structuring and formatting conventions. Biased language was avoided, and causal connections and logical flow maintained throughout the text. Based on the analysis, a significant and positive correlation was found between entrepreneurial inclination and both personality traits and job satisfaction.
Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurial Characteristics, Personality Traits, Life Satisfaction, Logistics Sector.