#127.What inverse relationships mean to you
An inverse relationship is a relationship between two numbers in which when one increases, the other decreases. It is an important concept in math and economics, but often gets overlooked when it comes to self-improvement.
The faster you walk, run, drive, or cycle, the faster you will get to your destination. In this relationship, speed is going up and time spent to arrive at your destination is going down. The more money you save, the less money you will be able to spend. In this relationship, saved money is going up and the money you get to spend is going down. The more TV you watch, the less time you’ll have to do other things.
Everything is give and take, especially things that have to do with a value(including time). The more you give, the less you take. The more you take, the less you give.
Inverse relationships can help you see things much clearer. Knowing everything is give and take really allows you to prioritize, and spend your time on the things that matter the most.
Inverse relationships put the world in perspective. They really make you see what happens when you spend your time on something. They make you see what happens when you invest your effort and energy into something. The more you do one thing, the less you’ll be able to do another thing. That’s why inverse relationships are important in your life.