My life story in 6 words? Unapologetic & curious writer on global adventures.

Hi, I’m Nadja, a bold copywriter helping creative entrepreneurs craft compelling brand stories that cut through the noise, stand out, and sell. 


To hear my full (and highly unorthodox) story, keep reading...

My fascination with stories led me to the University of Chester (UK), where I graduated with a B.A. in English Literature with Theater, as well as the prestigious Stockholm Film Institute (Sweden), where I earned a Master’s degree in Cinema Studies. 


After graduating, I tried to have a “real” job, teaching English and German. I felt like a lioness trapped in a zoo.


Freedom, creative self-expression, and meaningful contribution have always been core desires in life and work, so it was time to step up. 


Thankfully, I’d trained as a Zen Coach while writing my Master’s Thesis, so I decided to build an online coaching business. To promote it, I started my first blog, Raw Devotion, sharing personal stories on life, love, God, and sex. The blog went viral and led to some exciting opportunities:


My tantra teacher hired me to blog and tweet for him, friends asked me to help them write copy for their websites, one Danish couple invited me on an all-expenses-paid trip to Hong Kong for a weeklong private intensive, and my now-husband had an instant crush on me before we'd even met, declaring to all his friends to “never give up until they found a woman like Nadja” after reading one of my articles on freedom and commitment in intimate relationships. 


Within six months, we were married and on a plane to NYC. 


Once there, I held talks at Medi Club and Skirt Club, speaking to over 80 women about the 7 female orgasms, went on a radio show with sex therapist Ian Kerner to discuss tantra, and coached serial entrepreneurs and female founders around their relationships.  


Moving to Germany after more than a year in the US, I teamed up with my psychic friend Ingunn to co-create a book on female sexuality and empowerment (coming soon!) and created an online course to help women love themselves as though their happiness depended on it (because it does!). 


Next, I teamed up with a business coach and created the Women’s Leadership and Empowerment Program, designed to help women fulfill their career ambitions without becoming mere copies of men in the workplace. Why? Because female empowerment needs to honor and celebrate our feminine strengths and qualities—such as softness, intuition, and empathy—, not undermine them. 


But then, after a summer full of life-changing events — including a powerful plant medicine journey, a complicated vein surgery on my left leg, and a transformational trip to Burning Man (that saw me wearing medical stockings in the blazing heat) —, I decided to quit my coaching practice to fully focus on what I love the most — writing. 


I’ve been a professional writer for nearly a decade now.


I’ve written about all kinds of hot topics — from sex toys and multiple orgasms to spirituality and feminine leadership, from money and sneakers to CBD oil and sustainably made handbags. Plus, I helped write, edit, and publish the memoir of a professional dominatrix. 


So how do I use my coaching expertise to help you with your copywriting and marketing? 


Simple: the two most important skills every good copywriter needs are empathy and curiosity. Combine these with my ability to write loud and clear and you get copy that hits the emotional mark, stories that sell, and brands that bring in the cha-ching. 


Wanna work together? 


Write and tell me about your business! How do you make the world a more beautiful place? What type of support are you looking for? What are your business goals and why are they important to you? 


I can’t wait to hear from you.

Nadja Eriksson | Copywriter & Brand Strategist
In a New York State of Mind...

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