Have a very specific plan for what you want to accomplish during your range session. Better yet, write it out, and include the criteria you will use to determine if you met your training plan. Sort of like this:
Draw from concealment and fire two COM shots (7-ring or better) to target 12 yards out in 3.5 seconds, then drop to right knee and assess area for additional threats. Fire one head shot and target from kneeling position in 3 seconds using 12-yard target. Assess for threats again, reholster and stand. Unholster and reload. Holster. End session.
Bill Drill from concealment on target 7 yards away in less than 9 seconds with all hits in 7-ring or better.
Mozambique from concealment on target starting 25 yards away whille advancing on target (or having buddy retrieve target if you cannot advance) in under6 seconds. Any shot within7-ring of COM counts, head must be hit within triangle of eyebrows to tip of nose.
It really does not matter if you are completing a specific drill, practicing "moving off the x" or shooting bullseye - you need a specific plan and objectives. The other great joy is when you see your times get lower and your groups smaller because you "feel" like you have more time for the shot(s).