>Do you ever feel like your superior to others
On certain subjects, yes. But, I'm not a narcissistic asshole about it, because I realize people are gifted with different talents and specializations. That's why it's important for you form healthy family bonds and friendships.
I specialize in finance, economics and accounting. But, I'm also well read in history, philosophy, psychology and even metallurgy, gunsmithing and gemology. You need help buying jewelry or gemstones? I've got your back. You need help organizing your finances, investments or understanding your taxes? I've got your back. You need some practical therapy or helpful advice? I've got your back.
However, if you asked me to fix your car, I wouldn't have a clue. You ask me to build a house? I have no clue. I'm also very extroverted, but simultaneously, very shy. I have a friend that's a big party boy, and through him I can enjoy social events and meet new people, without being awkward and nervous. I'd never ask him for fiinancial advice, and he's a bit dumb in some ways t.b.h, but he's still my friend and I don't view myself as superior to him.
I think it's important to surround yourself with people with all kinds of different skills and talents. It's much more important that you share a general set of values/morals and that you both respect each other. How much money/status they have, or what job they have shouldn't matter.
Just my opinion.