Saying you want to find your person is like saying you want to find a place to live. You need to dig deeper. There are a number of follow up questions that need to be answered before you can truly find what you want and be happy.
You want to find a place to live? Where do you want to live? Close to work? Close to school? Good parks? Quiet home on a suburban street or a condo in the busy downtown? How long do you plan on living there? How many bedrooms do you need? How many bathrooms? Do you want multiple floors? Attached garage? Amenities? Backyard for pets? Prefer hardwood? Two sinks in the bathroom? Furnished basement? What about price? How much can you afford? What payments do you want?
If you don't have those answers you are going to spend a lot of time looking at homes and feeling it isn't what you want. You'll waste a lot of time and energy getting nowhere.
Now think about your person. The more you can figure out what you're looking for when it comes to dating, and what you aren't looking for, the less time you will waste and the quicker you will be successful.
Dating and finding a home may be very different. But there are similar steps you can take to make the process more efficient and effective. Another similarity is that you often know if it's right the second you walk in the door. Ultimately, you are the only one who will know when it's the right fit.