Imagine if society wasn’t around to cut the competition, to lighten the load, give us some breathing room, some time to eat cake and surf the web. Life would be a dog eat dog no holds barred caveman routine, no rest for the weary. Let’s thank all of our ancestors for the idea of social contracts, golden rules, and Hans Blix. Obviously there are those who could do without society’s filter, those who are predisposed and purpose built to compete, and while most manage civilized expectation they require an outlet, a way to release competitive instinct in a focused form. Out of seven billion, there are many in this mode, participants, competitors; pie eaters, bond traders, grant writers, cyclists, the list goes on.