My idea of fun
Heading a successful company isn't always fun and games, but these leaders aren't all business - they know how to kick back too.
NEW YORK (Fortune Magazine) -- These days, 100-hour work weeks are not uncommon, especially for top executives of successful companies.
Incessant drive, unyielding passion and willingness to put in long hours at the office are almost compulsory characteristics of most business leaders in today's globally competitive environment.
But when the workday is over - albeit it's sometimes at midnight or later - even the savviest sharks have other things on their minds.
For its Business Life issue, Fortune asked four CEOs of thriving companies like New Line Cinema and Helio what their idea of fun is.
From yoga to motorcycling, they revealed how they like to pass their non-working hours and discussed their favorite hobbies; how they got started, what their personal tips are and how these activities help them lead their respective companies - or just forget that they have to.