There are winners and losers in everything in life.  It is how they approach it that matters.  We are taught as children to be gracious winners and losers.  However, many children never accept losing and it carries forward into their adult lives.  The sore losers are the worst.  They say nasty things, criticize, and in general make the winning less of a victory and more of a future new challenge.  It has always been that way, though.  Look at wars.  There are winners and losers.  The country that loses ends up frequently causing even more trouble for the winners.  Many of the wars today are focused around past perceived grievances, beliefs, and religion.  The concept that we are all human beings and should have the right to think as we please and not infringe on others seems to have disappeared.  The United States which is not supposed to be racist, at least in theory, is the opposite.  Just today there was an article about a  high school sports team in Boise, Idaho who assaulted a disabled black student.  What is wrong with them?  Not only was the boy unable to defend himself, but it was a group of bullies hurting him.  Obviously, by doing this it somehow made them all feel like winners when in fact they are failures as people.  The losers seem to go out of their way to harm anyone they can.  Why you may ask.  There are a variety of reasons but the losers or their type of personality are probably envious of others and this is their way to strike back.  It is similar in business.  Companies bid for contracts.  The winners do the jobs and move on to bid on other contracts.  All too frequently, the losers sabotage the programs, work sites, and anything that will destroy their winning competition and hopefully, help them land the job.  Even in the Good Gus series, there were winners and losers.  Bad Bart is a good example of that in book one, “Pecos Meets Bad Bart.”  The books are available exclusively on Kindle worldwide.  When handling an estate, will or trust, there are winners and losers.  You can be the winner by reading “Misplaced Trust” for tips on how to handle your situation.  The book is available on Kindle, Nook, Apple and several popular e-book websites.