Can you imagine what it would be like if someone wrote a book about you because you're such an interesting person? Or because you did an amazing feat? Maybe you changed the world, became a legend, or saved lives?
The truth is, you don't have to do something amazing like that to become a legendary story. In fact, you're already writing your own story. People are watching, too.
Now, what if that amazing, legendary, and famous individual of the future is someone you know personally?
If they're the main character, what role do you play in their life? Are you important enough to be mentioned?
Sometimes these thoughts go through my mind. I don't want to be helpful to someone else with selfish intentions, but even if they don't become famous, you're still in their story. (That is if you're a big enough role.)
My advice would be to pay less attention to who's in your story, and pay more attention to how you can influence other stories.
That way, you're still the main character of your own but your story is more interesting than the other ones.