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ABOUT THE BLUE DIAMOND
This is a website dedicated to young adults. From graduation, applying to jobs, dealing with family problems, and building your confidence, you will find here all what's necessary to get through your hurdles. This is the ultimate guide you need for a smooth transition to adulthood.
Understanding the purpose of the website:
You may wonder why the website is titled "The Blue Diamond". A Diamond is nothing but graphite (a crystalline carbon) that was 200 km deep in the earth (in the mantle) and under a temperature of 1,300°C. In other words, it's carbon that performed well under pressure. Natural blue diamonds are scarce and thus have more value than the regular diamonds.
After graduation, there is a 5 year window in which young adults are under pressure to let go of what they have known their whole life (studying) and actually jumping into the real world to make a living. This 5 year-window is what I'd like to describe as a "Bridge".
The most significant pillars of how one is going to lead the rest of their life are formed during this period. I believe there is a chance to perform beautifully under pressure and become our own natural blue diamonds.
HI! I GUESS YOU FOUND ME
Nice to meet you! My name is Oumaima and I can't wait to share with you all what I have learned throughout the years.
I took my first breath in 1997 in Casablanca, Morocco. Ever since I can remember, I have always been ambitious and striving for success. Everybody around me, especially my parents, reiterated the fact that what I set for myself as "goals" were unattainable and unrealistic. I set the bar too high and had "big dreams". Part of what my parents were saying is true; the relentlessness of the world is real and it only hit me the day I graduated. Nonetheless, there is light at the end of the tunnel and I want to take you with me on this journey.
For those who are about to graduate, this is going to prepare you for the next few years (at least emotionally) to hopefully face what I went through with optimism, a clear mindset, and confidence. So please, grab a cup of coffee and let me take you with me...