In two ways-
The first way is the "Following the Leader" experience. Whether on a group project or just deciding where to go in town, do you prefer to take the lead or let others make the decisions for you? Do you get annoyed when people always makes the decisions, or do you just flow with it? Do you make any of the decisions?
The second way is "Being Told What To Do." Do you hate rules? Do you hate being told what to do, and how to do it in a certain way? Being lectured? Being told how to live your life? Having other people lord their authority over you? Do you despise having to obey by unspoken or spoken rules and living up to society's expectations?
Personally, I am not a person who minds being a follower. Certainly I don't like the idea of anyone having power over me (in my group of friends, I am too used to this power being used and abused), but when it comes to decisions I'm quite happy to just roll with it. Unless I really want to go somewhere or do something, decisions aren't a big deal to me. If I want to make a decision I will, but most of the time I'm the person just cruising along, typically unconcerned. If I don't want to do something, I won't, and if I do want to do something, I have no problem speaking up among friends. I'll go where they want to go, but expect the same courtesy to be extended if I see a place I want to visit. I'm not that worried if other people choose whether we should take a right or left down the road.
However, I really do hate people telling me what to do. I get annoyed when someone says to me that I should write goals in life, or do something this way because they've found it's easier. It's like people don't understand their way doesn't work for everyone else (and in all fairness, there are people who probably don't realise this), and that I don't always want to bend to suit their opinions or thoughts, or to fit their perceptions of what should be. I would rather ALL people were just allowed to live their life in their own way how THEY want to.