Before using the Four Quadrant Method, you need to list everyday tasks, including work to work duties, mental and physical goals, and social responsibilities. Don’t worry if you can’t remember everything as quadrilaterals can also serve as hints.
The first quadrant is: “Demanding Things We Love.” Put all those things in this category that you wanted but could not complete yet. Ideally, it should be filled with things that challenge you. The goal is to make it worth the trials and tribulations. Think of all the career and personal goals you never pursued because they seemed out of reach, and add them to this quadrant. Things in this quadrant should be your top priority because they will provide you with purpose, drive your actions to meet your hard goals, and help you achieve maximum satisfaction in life.
The next quadrant is: “Non-seeking the things we love.” These are the low effort things that help you find some joy in your life. There is room for everything from socialization to hobbies to playing with your dog in this category. In our busy lives, prioritizing them can be difficult. But these activities must be taken Some Priority. You should include at least one of these activities every single day. Life can’t be complete without these simple joys And moderate.