Be good. Have fun. Treat others as you would like to be treated.
Independent entrepreneur. London based investment manager. Operating online has always allowed me to be flexible with my time, and travel a lot when ever I want (from high tempo snowboarding destinations to chilled beach places, or visiting family in NYC, Hong Kong and Israel). The same flexibility has allowed me to live in various cities around the world (London, Monaco, Austin, Cape Town). Its also allowed me to take up a part time physics degree for fun.
Looking for: Good looks, sporty, a good mind, capability and independence. In that order!
Its easy to find a good looking girl, and its still relatively easy to find one that enjoys keeping fit and is good at sport. Then it gets tougher...
Statistically overly good looking people are less developed in good meaningful conversation, this is because people listening to them are often distracted by the physical appeal and not the subject matter. So an overly good looker is not tested often enough and gets through life having an under developed critique, and most often just end up being another pretentious opinion. Being a real good conversationalist with the right attitude is much harder to find.
Capability and independence: Jewish families are often close, and this so often means that these 2 criteria are extremely rare to come by in a Jewish woman. JPs feigning independence are a dime a dozen. As soon as you get to know them it transpires that the've been sheltered their whole life and daddy has sponsored the apartment, the car or the jewelry or everything.
Really though, its capability that is vital. If a woman is capable, is honest and doesn't pretend to be completely independent, I would happily settle for that! However, independence is more often than not the best indicator of capability. Capability allows a woman to excel in any area, and most people with any reasonable success will most likely prefer to live with financial independence.
I'm not looking to appeal to everybody, it only takes one. I would rather be specific and happy than settle for mediocrity.