In an F1 race, the pitstops made by the racers showcase something extraordinary.
The crew needs to be extremely quick in making the changes to the car, so that they lose very little time on the clock for the race.
They need to be extremely accurate in making the changes, or they would be endangering the safety of the driver.
Our decision making ought to be like these pitstops, where we are maximising both our precision and our speed.
This only comes with experience.
More time spent getting better at something and learning the context, the faster and more precise we can be at it.