Not at all.
it requires you to be good at making things. Or to put it another way - seeing things through.
in some ways I regretted becoming a programmer because it prevented me from learning about making money and running a business.
Ask any programmer who has made the transition and they’ll tell you something similar.
On the other hand, being a programmer helps because it forces you to think of all the possibilities in any endeavor. It’s like playing chess - you constantly look at all the moves on the board.
So in that sense it helps - but it can hurt it all you focus on is the programming.