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Laughter Is a Key Component to This Specialty Magazine's Success

The founder of 'Darling' magazine discusses her business's fun and communal work culture.
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In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Business Rockstars, speaks with Sarah Dubbeldam, the founder of Darling magazine. The company started as an online platform and then later progressed to a print magazine with funds from a Kickstarter campaign. 

Dubbeldam breaks down some of the challenges of being a female founder, including how self-doubt can creep in at unexpected moments -- worries about whether she can lead her team and overcoming any gender disparities. She also brings up the difficulty of balancing her "whole self" while pushing the company forward.

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Related: Here's How This Entrepreneur Manages Her Team of One

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