President Uchtdorf: "My beloved brethren, may I remind you, if there were a perfect woman, do you really think that she would be that interested in you?
But lets set a boundary on the definition 'perfect' based on Romans 3:23 "For all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God". That said, lets also consider that perfect is in the eye of the beholder.
So, why would she be interested in me? Through exhaustive research (Ok, a web search for the top 10 things a woman looks for in a man) I found that there are significant differences depending on the author. But as expected, the target audience (men vs women, young vs old, affluence, ethnicity, etc) swayed the results more than anything.
There were some common concepts however:
confidence - on every list
charisma - with a variation on definition, every list
humor - most lists (weakest match 'not too serious')
ability to listen - most lists (weakest match 'truthful')
intelligence - most lists
style - most lists
I was a bit surprised earning potential, faithfulness, integrity, desire to help around the house, cooking skills, and inclusion on a calendar of shirtless firemen were infrequently mentioned.
Confidence. Ugh, why did I have to start with confidence? A definition alone will require a discourse! Rather than go down that rabbit hole, I'll simply reference the book "Thinking, Fast and Slow" for a secular definition and fall back on examples of confidence that I respect, those of the First Presidency. Having the confidence to live and make decisions based on their example and that of the Savior is my goal,and pull it off reasonably well.
Charisma. Ok, I'm no Pierce Brosnan, my natural tendency is toward the shy end of the spectrum and it takes some time to warm up. But when comfortable, or particularly motivated, I think I can hold my own.
Humor. Think Douglas Adams rather than Roger Rabbit. Re: Shirtless Firemen...
Ability to Listen. It's a gift, sometimes a curse. Try me.
Intelligence. How to respond and maintain some shred of humility? Other than goofy distractions from time to time I did reasonably well in school and can carry on a conversation in most circles.
Style. Not a natural forte unfortunately. I rely on dapper clad mannequin at a reputable haberdashery. I can generally distinguish between classic style and wannabe imitations when presented examples, although this is much easier with cars than clothes.
Although physical attributes are eschewed on lists and by most women, I feel it's important to mention I generally eat healthy and exercise because a significant percentage of service is not sedentary. Plus, my belief is it supports a better quality of life. That's not to say I would turn down a piece of homemade bread covered with Nutella/boysenberry jam.