Teaching winning skills for all
Upend life’s challenges with proven wisdoms for
Health, Wealth & Joy
Shape a beautiful life with a new set of skills.
When you feel stuck or life throws curve-balls, a mind on autopilot simply ignores your wisdom.
Old coping tactics keep you stuck and increase stress, anxiety and negativity.
We teach proven, neuroscience-backed skills from time immemorial, so you can shape a life of
well-being, abundance, and joy.
We call them Winning Skills.
Unlock your wisest self
Our Master Teachers curated the most valuable cross-cultural wisdom teachings, and then translated them into everyday Winning Skills for you.
To “win” means to “win wisely”: it must work for all and our Earth, and stand the test of time – like the Elders used to teach, and schools no longer do.
Master the Winning Skills of Abundance to perform at your peak in a new way, sharing in the riches of relationships, success, and experiences open to each of us.
Let the Winning Skills of the Light-heart guide you to find your peace, and bring the power of laughter and fun to all.
Three Ways To Play
Snapshot of the Community
Bulletin: A Word to the Wise
Weekly brief with the latest from the worlds of wisdom+neuroscience
Choose what fits your learning style and schedule:
“First of all – good people. I am encouraged there are people who care. The atmosphere during the classes was full of positive energy. This was like a touch of new renaissance, awaking, enlightenment.”
“Continue to expand the teachings from the indigenous teachers/healers. Their voices are the most impactful at this time.”
“It was incredible to have that group of trainers available to us And incredibly valuable.”
“Thank you to the absolute gifting of your being and wisdom to us and the vision and mission of this platform. I feel blessed and honored to have experienced each and everyone of you. A gifting that lasts a lifetime (and beyond) and ripples to all I meet.”
“I think this class is one of the most valuable that I have attended.”
UpEnd in the News
Wisdom for Well-Being
See our feature in Psychology Today blog
Respect @ Work
We helped design and write a pioneering study of 22,000 employees about culture of respect at work