Make sure you're getting a PhD only if your career requires it. It's a lot of work. PhDs are typically dedicating their life to research and teaching. At my school and in my area of study, the PhDs are required to get some teaching experience (they dedicate some time to being a teaching assistant for some grad school level classes).
Getting a Ph.D. takes time and a lot of perseverance and dedication, but it can be very fulfilling. Make sure you are passionate about research in your field of interest!
Olivia recommends the following next steps:
Step 1: Complete an undergraduate degree
Step 2: Complete a master's program
Step 3: Apply for a PhD program
Step 4: Complete your coursework
Step 5: Prepare a research proposal
Step 6: Complete a literature review
Step 7: Research and collect results
Step 8: Produce a thesis and write a dissertation
Step 9: Viva Voce
However, it may be demanding to get it as it takes time, money, dedication, persistence.
If research, education is your true Passion, certainly go for it.
You can see many people with only bachelors getting into very high positions in various organizations.