Isn't it time for you to release the chaos so you can finally feel refreshed, relaxed, and liberated?

Join the 21-Day Write Early Challenge So You Can Reconnect
With Your Soul's Purpose, Personality & Power

Are You Feeling Tense, Tired, or Trapped?

You're most likely in a place where you don't recognize yourself anymore. You're jumpy. Irritated. Annoyed. Bored.

And deep within, you're feeling angry.

Angry that you're at the whim of other people's drama, demands, and even denials.

Frustrated that you're always saying "Yes" when you really want to say "No."

Aware that you're wearing a mask and being who everyone else wants you to be.

Hiding and disappearing behind a lie just so you can fit into other people's truth.

Letting others experience their freedom through your bondage.

You're Tired of Trying to Save Everyone

Like Maya Lewis (also known as Mama Pope, the mother of Olivia Pope on the hit TV show Scandal), you really want to gather an audience and express your frustration, unfiltered, over being there for everyone all the time.

But unlike Mama Pope, you're not starring on an award-winning television show. You're not going to get an award if you go on a rant. No one is going to write articles saying that your words were refreshing.

Instead, you fear that if you lash out with a frustration-filled monologue, you'll harm your relationships, lose out on future opportunities, miss out on important information, and be excluded from the groups you care about.

Or, maybe you're worried about confronting the shame over your past mistakes, the embarrassment that you really don't know what you're doing, or the fear that if you express how you truly feel, you'll end up alone.

The burden of this inner chaos is heavy. What can you do to end it? 

Wake Up Before 5am and Write!

Whether you're shy, introverted, or just feeling guilty about past decisions, writing can help you heal. Getting up early to write helps you to work on you during a time of day when there's very little distractions.

Otherwise known as expressive writing, you give yourself permission to write what's deep down in your soul without editing or censoring yourself. You uncover why it's so hard to speak up about your needs and understand what it is you truly stand for.

In fact, expressive writing can help you gain these four key benefits:

  • Benefit #1 Clarity

    Many are confused about their purpose. By writing early, you can accurately hear what your soul is trying to say. By being open, you become so clear on what the Divine wants you to do next. The chaos disappears which allows you to be more willing to go where God calls.

  • Benefit #2 Courage

    Boredom is driving so many to make mistakes. It also robs many of their creativity. By writing early, you explore your most challenging, provocative, and outrageous ideas. Using the early morning to sort through your most provocative thoughts prepares you to stand behind, beside, and in front of your story.

  • Benefit #3 Compassion

    The inner critic reminds us when we’ve failed and why we shouldn’t do anything. Yet, when you write early, not only do you silence your inner critic, but you understand it, too. Writing gives audience to your inner critic’s fears and once known, you’ll begin to embrace it. Self-compassion is a revolutionary act.

  • Benefit #4 Consistency

    An erratic person produces irregular results. By writing early and daily, you embrace a new routine. This routine starts showing up in other areas of your life where you start to experience peace in your relationships, harmony around your money, and discipline in your health. Yes, all this is possible when you write early.

Ready to Hear What Your Soul Is Trying to Say? Join the 21-Day Write Early Challenge!

  • The challenge starts on October 3

    We meet weekdays for 21-days starting on October 3, 2017 and ending on October 31, 2017. A schedule will be shared after you register.

  • Write, at minimum, 750-words

    That’s the equivalent of three pages, double spaced, using 12-point font.

  • Get up at 4:30am

    Why so early? Because this is the time of the day you’ll have little to no distractions. Plus, most bestselling authors get up before 5am to write. So, we’ll copy what works.

  • It's all virtual

    We’ll use email, a Facebook group, and some other virtual tools to stay connected during the 21-day challenge.

Here's What You Get

Who's Behind This Challenge?

  • Leesa Renee Hall is a Seven-Time Author

    After having her very first book published through publisher in 2007, Leesa went on to self-publish six more non-fiction business books, in addition to countless workbooks, information products, and a certification program.

  • She Got Up at 4:30am & Started to Write

    After a few personal and professional setbacks, Leesa started writing to explore her inner thoughts. Although she was used to writing 30,000 words in a week, Leesa decided to slow down and write at least 750-words first thing in the morning.

  • Now She Writes What Her Souls Speaks

    Not only was Leesa able to heal, she discovered a wealth of content hidden within. Writing has given her permission to explore genres outside of her area of expertise, technology. To date, she has written a memoir, two stage plays, half of a historical fiction that’s been stuck in her head since 2010, and multiple personal essays.

  • She's Here to Help You Do the Same

    No matter your writing goals, Leesa is ready to keep you accountable to meeting them.

Here's What Others Are Saying
About Waking Up at 4:30am to Write

Tynisha Thompson

“I live in New York city and it’s loud all the time. The only time the city actually naps is at 4:30am. That’s a perfect time to get some writing done. In under an hour, I get the words out of my head. I don’t edit the words because if I do, it stops the flow.

Getting up at 4:30am has helped me finish two writing projects I hadn’t looked at in 15-years. Not only did I finally complete these projects, but I was surprised at how quickly I got them done.

I’m creating an inventory of writings I can pick and choose from. Some will make money for me now, some later, some not at all. All my writings are valuable; it just has a different value at different times.

That’s the magic of getting up at 4:30am to write. I no longer stress about the writing I have not done. I get it done before the demands of the day distract me.”

Tynisha Thompson Direct Response Copywriter

Frequently Asked Questions

How much writing is required? +

You will write, at minimum, 750-words each morning at 4:30am.

What kind of writing can I do? +

The focus is to use expressive writing so you hear what your soul is saying. That means you write unedited and uncensored each day.

However, if you'd like to use this challenge to start/finish a writing project, that's fine too. You can focus on writing a non-fiction book, novel, stage play, film script, musical, song, blog posts, personal essays, video scripts, whatever.

The goal is to get the content out of your head in 21-days.

Will I be prepared to publish my work after the challenge? +

Yes and no. The challenge is designed to help you transfer the words in your head into written form. That means you'll be required to simply write. No editing. No perfection. Just write without censoring yourself.

After the challenge ends, **if** you want to publish your work, it will need to be edited, reworked, and reviewed. So, no, you won't be ready to publish your work on Day 22. But you'll have a manuscript that you can then edit and get ready for publishing.

How many words can I expect to have written by the end of the challenge? +

21-days x 750-words = 15,750 words. That's enough for a short novella or half of a non-fiction book.

Will my writings stay private? +

Yes. We'll be using a tool where you'll login and write your words. Only you will see what you write and only you can choose to share them or keep them hidden.

I need to write my thesis. Can I use the challenge to do this? +

Sure, if you find it'll help you to reach your goal.

What will be the next steps after the challenge ends? +

I don't want you to focus on that right now. Chances are you've been focusing on the end result and it's left you paralyzed into doing nothing.

Instead, we'll focus on accomplishing one small goal each day - to release the content from your head. You'll be amazed at what one small step can do.

I don't have plans to publish what I write. Can I still join the challenge? +

Yes! You'll find that this challenge will help you develop the habit to write every day. So, if you're using this challenge simply to get things off your chest so you can heal from past hurt, trauma, and drama, then go ahead and register your spot.

If I'm not able to wake-up and participate for a few days, can I get my money back? +

No refunds will be offered. When you invest an amount below, you're committing to your success. The financial contribution is to help you have "skin in the game." In other words, investing a small amount is the best way to keep you motivated. So, get ready to wake up at 4:30am for the next 21-days so you can get your money's worth.

When does the challenge start? +

October 3, 2017 at 4:30am.

Only weekdays? Why? +

Weekends were not included because that's a time when family, volunteer, and other commitments may make it harder to stick to a 4:30am wake-up call.

On the weekends, you may choose to get up at 4:30am, or choose to wake later. It's up to you.

Can I continue to write over the weekends? +

Yes! If you write over the weekends, you'll add eight more writing days. By the end of the challenge, you would've have written, at minimum, 21,750 words (29-days x 750-words), if you choose to continue writing over the weekend.

You'll find that continuing to write over the weekend will help you maintain your consistency. While you won't receive accountability over the weekends during the challenge, you may choose to continue writing nonetheless.

Why 4:30am? +

I have found a certain clarity writing at that time in the morning. Most writers will share that the early morning is the perfect time to crank out a bunch of words. We'll follow this best practice during the 21-days of this challenge.

If I'm getting up at 4:30am, what time will I need to go to bed? +

To get the required 7-8 hours of sleep that an adult needs, you'll need to go to bed between 8:30pm and 9:30pm. As part of this challenge, you'll get tips on how you can be successful with your bedtime routine.

That means I won't be able to have fun or go out with friends... +

Instead of seeing this challenge as forcing you to give up something, ask yourself what you'll gain after pouring close to 16,000 words out of your head.

Ask yourself:

  • What will I gain giving up a few dinners for 21-days?
  • What will I accomplish after you've gone through this challenge?
  • Which doors will finally open up after 21-days?

Focus on what you'll gain instead of what you'll lose. Plus, if they are your true friends, they'll understand.

How will you know I've gotten up at 4:30am? +

We'll be using a tool that will hold you accountable to getting your writing done. You will also need to post your completed work in the closed Facebook Group by a certain time for another ounce of accountability. More info will be emailed to you after your sign up.

I work late, so getting up at 4:30am won't work for me. +

Do what works best. If you works shifts, or work nights, obviously, joining this challenge won't work for you.

I'd love to participate, but I don't have a credit card. What should I do? +

You can send your contribution by PayPal or Interac. Use cart @ arbisys dot com to send either through PayPal or Interac. For Interac, please include your mailing address and cell # in the notes section. Send us the password under separate email.

No Matter Your Writing Goal
Your Soul Is Desperate to Speak

If Any Of These Are Your Goals, The 21-Day Challenge Is Just For You

  • Gain clarity around your purpose and do what God wants you to do
  • Heal from past hurts and trauma so you attract better people in your life
  • Experience inner peace as David did when he laid down by the still waters
  • Create a manuscript that you can build on and show to potential literary agents or publishers
  • Become aware of what you're saying "Yes" to so your "No" is even more empowered
  • Remove the shame around your story so you can use your mess as part of your message
  • Be held accountable so you finally write that novel, stage play, devotional, non-fiction book, or personal essays
  • Write messages to loved ones so you're better able to talk about to them about your needs

Choose Your Participation Level

We want you to stay committed to the challenge and that's why we're asking you to invest in your success. If you don't have a credit card, view the FAQ section above for options.