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Diana Rivera - Creative Empowerment Coach
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Creative Empowerment Coaching by Diana Rivera

Diana Rivera
Diana Rivera Interview
Diana answers questions about her personal creative journey, coaching methods, and work developing original content for children's TV, children's books, and professionally for the theatre in this exclusive Creativity Portal interview.

Diana Rivera teaches the art of Drama to children, arts integration to teachers and creative empowerment / success to individuals in the creative industry as a Creative Empowerment Coach. Diana develops original content for children's TV, children's books and professionally for the theatre. Her last show, "Boop," written in conjunction with Elisabeth Millican of Feather Lead, is about the creative birth of the character Betty Boop. She is toward the tail end to being a certified Core Energy Life Coach through iPEC and is developing a course entitled "The Creative Frequency" for emerging to mid-level creatives in Los Angeles.

Follow Diana at her at her Wordpress blog and Creative Empowerment Coaching Web site. Diana is also the Creator and Host of the Co-Creator Series which is all about the 3 S's — the skills, strategies and synergies — that get creativity into productivity.

Creative Empowerment Articles

Being an Artist, Being Twenty-Something Years Old and the Roaring 1920s
By Diana Rivera
There are always access points on the grid of life.

Parisian Back Streets to the Imagination and Yann Tiersen
By Diana Rivera
Yann Tiersen has led me through an emotional journey through music this season, and has taught me something fundamental to my resolution behind 2012.

Hedy Lamarr: Patent Beauty, Patent Invention
By Diana Rivera
How are beautiful actress' of Hedy's era understood? In the broadest way, they are adored for beauty, not innovation.

Creative Miami: Nina Surel's Studio, a Touch of the Feminine
By Diana Rivera
Within that hour, creative Miami was an authentic exchange of experience, shaped into a conversation, distilled onto canvas.

The Art of Physics and Beethoven
By Diana Rivera
Energy can be neither created, nor destroyed. It can only change form. This is a law of energy conservation and also a premise for creative activity.

Pina Bausch and Leonardo da Vinci at the Goodwill
By Diana Rivera
It's clearly a conversation with destiny: goodwill represents a space where my imagination materializes.

Yo-Yo Ma and the Silk Road's Message about Creativity and Children
By Diana Rivera
Yo-Yo Ma explained to journalists at KPCC that our creativity crisis in the U.S. can be best challenged through creative practice — movement, visualizing, sound and writing.

Albert Einstein, Robert Wilson, and Phillip Glass on the Beach
By Diana Rivera
Did you know that Einstein interviewed poets to learn about the nature of intuition and imagination?

William Sidis: Harvard Grad and Destitute Genius
By Diana Rivera
The shadow side to fostering a genius. What can you do to change the story of your past to work in favor of your artistry?

Giulietta Masina, Gypsy and a Classroom of Children
By Diana Rivera
How many film artists, actors and designers all draw inspiration from Federico Fellini's magnificently constructed worlds?

Tool Box, Ladder and Lightning: The 3 S's of the Co-Creator Series
By Diana Rivera
In order to advance in one's creativity as an act of experimentation or as a profession, it might rely on the enhancement of one's skills, strategies and/or synergies.

Rite of Passage for the Creative
By Diana Rivera
What would it be like if everyone — including the emerging, mid-level and even the highest paid creative — had been initiated into their creativity?

Lhasa de Sela: A Bid Farewell
By Diana Rivera
When I first heard the voice of Lhasa de Sela, I felt we shared a common universal heart.

2000 Zen: Stepping on the Tight Rope
By Diana Rivera
Looking at 2000 zen, I think of Philip Petit as an inspiration for our times.

On the Creative Life of Pina Bausch, Dance Theatre Performer & Choreographer
By Diana Rivera
Pina's creativity reminds me of how unique the creative path is enveloped by deep and internal reflection of the human spirit.

Elizabeth Gilbert and the Creative Ignition
By Diana Rivera
Where does creativity come from? How can we manage our flow of creativity in the face our own self-defined 'successes' and/or 'failures'?

How Rage Grew from 'The Tango Lesson' or How 'The Tango Lesson' Grew from Rage
By Diana Rivera
Have you ever wanted to create something but got side tracked by another project?

The Transformative Wisdom of Sand
By Diana Rivera
I recently came across a new understanding of the power backed in sand with the winner of the Ukraine's version of "America's Got Talent."