Comparing your personal life and situation to others is an easy trap to fall into and one that leads you to no where but despair and sadness.
The better approach is to evaluate you life, not against others, but against what it was that made you decide to come to earth in the first place. What was it you wanted to accomplish and do before you were even born? This is one of those core principles in life, "what is my life purpose?" Knowing this, and being aware of the reasons why you desired to have this physical experience is your measuring stick to help you determine your real value.
So how do you find out and learn the reasons you came to the earth?
You are currently a physical being, living in a physical existence, but the answers and information are all safely kept in a spiritual realm; in your Higher Self. But you can connect spiritually to this data source of personal information, your Higher Self, and gain a deep understanding of why you are here and what you wanted to accomplish during this physical life time.
How to Connect to Your Higher Self
Use the Spiritual Development Tools to Connect with Your Higher Self
The spiritual development tools (food, sex, sound, color, rituals, meditation, integration) are all methods that can help you connect with spiritual resources. The tools associated with communication and knowledge, those tools that used the energy frequencies of the 5th, 6th, and 7th chakra, are the spiritual development tools that are most helpful to connect you with your Higher Self.
Your Real Value
Your real value is not based on how much money you make, or if you are famous, or how good looking you are. Your real value is whether or not you are accomplishing what you came to the earth to do. That information of what you put on your list of objectives, life tasks, knowledge, or experiences you hoped to have on planet earth are all residing in your personal library called your Higher Self. Who you should be or what you are is a personal thing; it is a personal journey.
Please don't get caught up in the trap of comparing yourself to others. Evaluate yourself against what and who you hoped to become or what you wanted to experience before you came to earth. That is where the real measurement can be made.