Always keep one fact in your mind that “Ups and downs are a part of life.” There is no one in a bed of roses. Secondly, “Every problem has a solution.” So, accept these two realities and take things easily.
Control your nerves in various circumstances
Do not be among those who usually flip out under various situations, especially during stress. Your over reaction to a situation can make you look immature and worsen the problem. Even when you come across something that really eats at your tolerance level, try to control your nerves. Deal with it tactically.
Avoid useless arguments
Mature people do not get into ineffective arguments with people in their surroundings. Professional and mature discussions are fine, but make sure not to overstate and enforce your point of views. If someone opposes you, then try to respect his or her opinion as well.
Do not joke around too much
Excess of everything is bad. In the same manner, joking around too much is one of the least mature things you can do. Avoid personal jokes at any cost and try to come up with few of the funny jokes if you really want to create a pleasant environment, without spoiling your decency.
Use suitable language and tone
Insulting others and using inappropriate or slang language is something beyond the reach of mature people. Make sure not to insult others and to be polite under every situation. Moreover, use very decent language and tone during daily conversations.
Do not be random
If you really want to act maturely, then try to avoid being really random out of nowhere. For example, if you start talking about fashion industry, then all of a sudden your start a discussion on sports.
Wear better quality attire
You attire says all about your personality. Neat and better quality dressing shows how mature you are. People with proper knowledge of dressing according to various occasions are always appreciated by others.
Mature people are known for their manners. Shake right hand whenever you meet someone, holding their hand neither too hard nor too lose. Make sure not to interrupt people during conversations. Do not enter someone’s room, house or office without permission.
The less you talk, the more you listen
“The less you talk, the more you listen.” Talking for nothing and arguing on minor things automatically reduces your respect among others. If you really want to present yourself as a mature person, then keep a simple rule in mind that “talk less, to the point and only when required.”
Accept compliments and criticism gracefully
It is human nature to be humble on complements and to react arrogantly on criticism. However, if you want to bring maturity in your personality, then you must develop the attitude to embrace both, complements and criticism with poise. Over-reacting on minor things shows that you do not have control on yourself and your emotions. Say thanks for any type of favor and say sorry for the inconvenience created by you.