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Liam Leonard


Seattle Area

Member Since June 2021


Real Estate
Investment Stategy


Liam works in order to give back and create a stronger community. He has a deep background in management, real estate, finance and loves being able to help others while being able to take care of his family and employees along the way. He embraces getting outside to explore the Pacific Northwest with his wife Rachel. When he’s not hiking or snowshoeing he can be found on the soccer fields where he is a top-level referee. ​Liam has a B.A. in Economics from Yale University and an MBA from UCLA Anderson with a concentration in International Management and Finance.

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For an introverted or shy entrepreneur, public relations may not be a favorite activity—but it's a necessary one. Without good PR, you can’t get a positive message out about your company or connect effectively with potential stakeholders, both of which are vital to growing your business.  If networking and speaking about your business don’t come naturally to you, the members of Young Entrepreneur Council have a few tips that can help you improve. Below, they discuss these tips and how they can help introverted or shy business owners successfully (and confidently) get through any public relations activities they may need to participate in for the good of their business.

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If you find yourself distracted, wasting precious time and unable to focus on your tasks, it’s likely you’re not being as productive at work as you’d like. Whether it’s common distractions found around the in-office or at-home workplaces, or even mental distractions and intrusive thoughts blocking you from doing your best work, it’s easy to lose sight of the task at hand when you’re always battling against one stimulus or another. When you’re feeling this way, it can be helpful to have a trick or two up your sleeve to help you get back on track. To share some of their favorite hacks, the members of Young Entrepreneur Council each chime in below with one hack or trick they’d recommend for finding and retaining your focus in the workplace.

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An advisory board can be a helpful resource for a business at any stage of growth. Whether you're launching a brand-new startup or looking to exit after a period of successful growth, getting advice from experienced leaders in your industry can help you reach your goals in the most efficient and well-planned way. If you've never built a board of advisors before, it can be challenging to identify the right members to bring on. Below, eight members of Young Entrepreneur Council each share one essential trait of a quality board advisor and why this trait makes them an excellent asset for your business.

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While some people may be naturally inclined toward leadership roles, no one is born a perfect leader. The ability to inspire, motivate and guide a team of people is built up over time, and no matter how many managerial positions someone has held, there's always more to learn. Often, your day-to-day interactions can be a source of inspiration for improving your leadership skills. Here, 12 Young Entrepreneur Council members share the inspirations in their daily lives that encourage them to be better leaders.

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During job interviews, prospective hires strive to put their best foot forward and provide thoughtful, impressive answers to the interviewer's questions. While there are countless interview questions an interviewer can ask during the meeting, it's crucial for interviewees to ensure the answers they give aren't stale. No matter whether a prospective hire is only saying what they think the interviewer wants to hear or they've searched how to answer a question "correctly," some interviewers can get tired of a seemingly rehearsed answer. Below, 10 members of Young Entrepreneur Council share the rehearsed interview answers they're tired of hearing and what candidates should say instead.

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As a new leader, there's an exciting sense of accomplishment when you deem your company "open for business." However, there are multiple decisions left to be made on the operations side that can make a new organization sink or swim. This is especially true if you have employees who are counting on your leadership to grow a successful business. To share their insights, nine Young Entrepreneur Council members each discuss one common operational mistake leaders make when first starting out that can jeopardize the future of their business. If you're concerned about your startup's success, read on to learn how these entrepreneurs recommend avoiding these common errors.

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LIONSCOVE has 30+ years of industry experience as the owners and principals of independent residential and commercial mortgage banks. LIONSCOVE is an expert in real estate transactions from origination to servicing as has overseen the funding of $5+ billion across all types of originations (Freddie, Fannie, Ginnie, Private Finance) that has led to consistent returns every year. LIONSCOVE is known in the industry for providing exemplary client service through its hands-on approach and work ethic.


Real Estate

Area of focus

Real Estate
Real Estate Investment

Company size

11 - 50

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