Business owners must run two sets of books- one for their business budgets, and one for their personal budgets. And, they need to definitively separate their business and personal debts. Staying disciplined is tough, especially in the beginning when cash flow is tight. There’s always that temptation to put business revenue in your pocket and pay your personal bills out of the same pocket. Unless you clearly separate your business and personal financials at the start and stick to it, you’ll just end up in a cycle of borrowing from one to pay the other. You might, by coincidence, cover all your obligations- but the risk of loss will endanger your business.