Is to-do notes taking suitable for these kinds of "tasks" respectively goals? Or does this rather leads to misplaning too much time?
Due to the intrinsic issue that these do not have a deadline, how to ensure that one takes time to follow these Q2-goals (relationships, hobbies, health, ...)? Shall one write "to-do notes" or lists at all, in order to remember them? Or is this not useful since there is no date associated with this "task", and especially it is mostly not a simple just-to-be-done task, but rather one first has to grasp a bigger picture. Are lists helpful in the scenario or are they preventing one from imagining one's intuitive goals so that one shall abandon them completely - or are the "to-do lists" helpful in a later phase when it comes to transforming the initial idea into a concrete action?
Is the Q2 quadrant compatible with the idea of "Getting Things Done" or is the latter only applied to simple tasks that can quickly be completed?