LIE - more likely to "rush" and try to do as much as possible, and enjoy speed for the sake of speed
LSE - more likely to want to take its time and do everything perfectly, as best as possible
I am realizing that I absolutely hate rushing things, and whenever I do, the quality of everything around the matter fades completely. IT seems it may be an LSE way to just take things somewhat slowly and to make the most of each situation.
Perhaps that has to do with the "Leisurely" old ham style?