Developing good money management skills is something that takes time. For many of us there is a difficulty in making our personality match up with the necessity of properly managing our money. This could be the result of deep-seeded behavior that derives from our earliest years. It is important to understand your own relationship with money before you can properly manage funding for small business.
Anyone who has experienced the company of both the very successful and the very unsuccessful can see patterns in both that are eye-opening. For those who have made it to the promised land of owning and operating successful businesses, there is often an edge of thriftiness that can seem cheap. In essence, they act poor, pinching pennies to assure their continued success. By contrast, far too many of the least successful people you will encounter in life spend frivolously. By not considering the consequences of their spending, they are held back from saving their way to success. If you are the latter, you should learn from your mistakes before managing small business funding.
Learning how you handle money will take rigorous accounting and some outside observance from unbiased colleagues. Your business funding will benefit greatly from this exploration.