Talent is great, what is great may be envied, and how the snowballs keep rolling from it.
Everybody cannot hope to win every game and competition around. But to make progress independently of that, can be tidy and fit.
Also, "One man's opportunity, another man's burden."
One of the typical responses to not winning after having tried, is being embarrassed, perhaps much ashamed.
It is appropriate to use imagination and other high gifts and skills to get a free, fit and well-run life that is good for one's own family.
Many games around are not worth wasting time on, and not worth winning. Some are, though. Yet solid family living of cooperation often rises over and above plain win-and-lose attitudes.
If you grow to value an education that brings money in time, you may acquire lots of outfit and other things to win favours by, but there are limits to that approach too, all in all. It helps to put things into perspective. Buddha does so through the Middle Path and very helpful counsel in other sutras. Take a look: [Great counsels]