Before I refuse to take your questions, I have an opening statement....
It's final-I absolutely detest revising. I find myself cleaning the toilets or organizing dresser drawers instead. Why? Grandiose notions of birthing a flawless novel? Hardly! It's like driving down an unfamiliar road with thousands of exits that might take you somewhere interesting or a dead end. Then of course there are all those places to pullover to admire or hate the view, or even to relieve one's bladder. It's so damn easy to become distracted, especially on those particularly sunny, breezy days.
I seldom end up where I wanted to go, but almost always end up where I need to be.
Then you have that little person (Sd-I call him he doesn't deserve a vowel) living in the back of your head telling you Why bother, it's not like you'll ever be published! Writing is so much fun, right?
Tell me, how do you remain focused while revising?