It seems that to get through most things, I need to exercise a certain degree of judgement. However, I want to keep the focus on getting through the thing. Anything else can wait.
Case in point: practicing music. Judge to the extent that I can tell whether I’m doing what I set out to do. If not, I can set an easier target, perhaps one that approximates the first. Later, I can go back to the recording and investigate further -- I just have to make sure to actually do that.
@upinthisbrain: the phrase "hit and run" first came into my lexicon as meaning a car hits a pedestrian. Since then the meaning seems to have expanded to car-on-car situations. However, whenever I see the phrase I still go back to the sense I first learned.