It may seem counterintuitive that Solitude is one of the true necessities of leadership.
Lead Yourself First is the 5-star book on the subject. Reading is one of the best things you can do in Solitude. Thinking, Meditating, Walking in Nature, Breathing, Yoga (solo) are all good Solitude activities (not TV/YouTube/FB...) that will energize your life, and your business. Let Solitude be your priority.
Young CEO/founders may be reluctant to embrace Solitude, believing that Doing takes precedence. Of course, change only occurs with Doing, but it is of the utmost importance that Action is less Reactive and more Proactive, founded on the creativity that flows from Solitude.