Does that mean that C++ is better as a language than Python?
1): My own ability to develop programs in a given language is exactly as irrelevant to the query as your ability to develop programs in a given language.
2): A languages "level", and especially relative "level", is unrelated to its expressiveness, power, or suitability for a particular purpose.
Do you really think I'm saying "C++ is a better language than C because I develop faster with C++."?
I develop faster with PEG. (Nope. That is not a typo. I use the same "markup" to express ordered rules of behavior. It is actually a pretty small change.) That doesn't make it better than any other language. (I think it is pretty much unsuitable for anything other than its intended purpose and maybe how I use it.) Granted, it isn't even a programing language, but conceptually all you'd need is an interpreter. That wouldn't make it better than C++, but boy would it be fast to use for new development.