If you’re passionate about a specific industry, or if you think you’d make a better boss than your own boss, you may have considered becoming an entrepreneur. However, if you lack experience or money, it can be hard to start a business in any field.

You do not necessarily need either of these things to be a successful entrepreneur, though. If you follow these three steps for entrepreneurship, you will be well on your way to monetary success and personal fulfillment.

Gain valuable experience running a business

The best way to become a confident entrepreneur is by gaining some management experience. This helps build your repertoire of business knowledge and can help you decide if you feel truly ready to become an entrepreneur (and if you truly want to do so).

While it’s no easy task to just start a business yourself, an alternative is to look for franchise opportunities in your area. You may be able to start a franchise for a business that’s already popular and successful, such as the UPS Store. By starting a franchise for a business with a proven track record, you take the pressure of building a successful startup off yourself and you can focus on gaining as much experience as possible in the business field.

Decide on an industry to break into

Once you decide to start a business yourself, the first step is to decide which industry you’d like to break into. To do this, take time to do some internal reflection to figure out what you’re most passionate about. By choosing a space that you’re passionate about, you will stay motivated to continuously put in good work, improve, and grow in your new business.

Next, you need to decide what specifically your business will do. While it can be hard to determine where to start, you should pay attention to the problems in the world around you, be they big or small. Uber was born out of people complaining about how hard it is to call cabs, and Venmo was created after a group of friends discussed how paying each other back after the bill came was difficult. If you create a business or product that solves a problem that is universal and often causes distress for people, then you can gain a large audience of new customers.

The other thing to consider is how saturated the market currently is with businesses or products of that type. For instance, if you notice there are thousands of options for breakfast cereal that all promote high fiber and protein, you may not be seen as special or unique if you launch a high-fiber, high-protein cereal. Not unless it has some unique angle of its own within that space.

Stay organized and work smart

The last and most important step throughout this process is that you need to make sure you stay organized and work smart as you continue growing your business. You want to make sure that you use all the tools at your disposal to keep track of inventory, track customer communications, and market your business both online and offline.

It’s no use having an awesome idea, a great business, and a bunch of adoring customers if you don’t know how to maintain and grow that success in an organized way. But with the right work ethic and some business smarts, it’s all very much within your grasp.