Comparing oneself to others is called maana. In Theravada Buddhist tradition. It is an impediment to final liberation. Indeed, you are not better than anyone. You are not worse than anyone. You are not even equal to anyone. You are simply unique, just like everyone. No one is special, but everyone is unique. Those who think that are special. Tend to have special problems and no remedy, they drown in their lies, their illusions of grandeur.