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Window to Your World What's on your mind? You have questions. You have concerns. Yet you're still as inspired as ever to move your business forward.

By Mark Henricks

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Entrepreneurs may look as though they live in the same world as everyone else, but they apparently inhabit an alternate reality. How else can we explain their widespread concern about the national economy at a time when most economists are positive about the outlook for 2006 and beyond?

"The economy is not even close to being OK," says Pete Radatti, 49, president and founder of CyberSoft Operating Corp., a 12-person security software developer in Conshohocken, Pennsylvania. "There are a lot of things that are not OK." Radatti cites worries about a real estate bubble, finding adequate workers, health insurance costs and more.

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