When people you encounter tell you that
No, you will never be successful.
You suck at everything.
You're a failure to society. etc.
And you are terrified of the fact that they may be right, so you try to stay away from them, so that it doesn't affect your psychological thinking of being great. That may lead you to feeling belittled. And every other weak preconceptions you may have relating to it.
“Hey don't drink that, you'll fail your test tomorrow if you do.” — and they believe it because they are so insecure about themselves.
“Hey don't tell your boss you live by yourself or he'll fire you.” — and you believe it.
“Taking these exams is all about luck; it's never about hard work.” — and you believe it.
But in reality, you're in control of everything. You know anyone in your path is an obstruction to your greatness, and you shouldn't be so "weak-willed" and "weak-minded" in permitting other people's opinions to control and belittle you. This is actually something that you can definitely just dust off your shoulder; it is you who has just made a big deal of it.
It's not weak willed is it? Weak-willed means "lacking the ability to resist influence or to restrain one's own impulses; irresolute." Per Google.
Much help needed and appreciated. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask!