Something has to get done and out the door.
What’s the something? What’s good enough? What does “better” look like? When’s the deadline? And who ultimately gets to determine these things?
When something has to get done, it can help to deliberate and complicate somewhat, for some amount of time.
But, sooner or later, it has to be time to cut off new input and make the best of what’s on the table.
Deliberate vigorously, then decide rigorously. And put a clear deadline on both.