If what you’re doing is uncommon enough and delivers enough value to somebody, you’ll get their attention (at least for a short while).
Playing a game of comparison can easily send you down a path of insecurity, doubt, and self-loathing.
Your goal isn’t to “be better than” Brian because he isn’t good at managing his own projects and being on time.
Your goal is to be the best product manager you can be given your circumstances, and then help those around you who need it.
You’re either focusing on yourself, or you’re comparing yourself to others.
There’s so much more to the world than what you already know. Carve the time to learn about somebody else’s world to grow and better your own.