For me, it depends what the task is. For instance, if it's something I despise doing, then to simply make sure that I do *something* with it -- i.e., ANYTHING!, then "good enuff" is just fine --- just so long as I know that I will be approaching the same task again shortly, and might have the opportunity to do more than 'stop-gap' manuveuring.
The above could describe alot of home-files, and tax records - the upkeep done often, quickly, & lasidaisically.
However, there are some repeating household chores that I frequently will go all out 100.01%, demand that results must be 'perfect' --- simply in the hope that the next half dozen times I do them, it will be relatively FAST and easy to maintain them at a high level of sparkling clean ----- so there are a whole number of cleaning chores that I am NOT fond of - for instance, wall/floor behind refrigerator & top, thereof..... and I won't do just "good enuff" on the chores I dislike - as I find it easier to do them frequently, but very thoroughly - thus, knowing beforehand it is not gonna be any major hours-long nasty project to clean them.
During the past few years I've occasionally had to clean out others "haven't been properly cleaned & organized in decades" basements & attics -- and it was so astoundingly an exhausting job, and such long heavy duty work - that I try to make sure that I don't replicate such conditions in MY environment, not EVER.