It’s very common to want what others with more money have.
It’s also common (hopefully less, but, I’ve seen plenty of it) to covet what others with more money have.
When you covet, you speak with disdain, jealousy, and anger.
I have been fortunate enough to experience this: there is always someone with more money than you, no matter how much you acquire.
It’s much healthier to turn your feelings about money inward.
How much do you have? Are you thankful for it? Are you making the most of it?
How much do you need? How much do you want?
How are you going to get there?
Answering these questions, instead of focusing on others, might be the only thing standing in your way.