It's lonely at the top: friends, family, and board members aren't facing the decisions you have to make every day. We can all convince ourselves that everything we do is right, but what we really need is invaluable outside perspective from others who sit in the same seat we do.
The biggest mistake you can make is developing a great plan based on the right answer to the wrong question. As a leader, when you arrive at the office you sit down at your desk and become a technician. You need a place where you can find balance between tactics and strategy.
This is about integration. All business issues are emotional issues at their core. To be in alignment, you need to address the underlying emotional component that is stopping you from taking action.