Friday, November 13, 2009

Tips for Becomming a Professional Tarot Reader

I checked my blog roll today and found an article by Mary K. Greer, a professional tarot reader I follow. Today, she published an article with some great tips for becomming a tarot reader.
You can read the full article here.

She offers some great tips on breaking out into reading professionally, but one really resonated with me:
"The ideal “rite of passage” is to volunteer for a full day (or better yet, a weekend) at a charity or benefit event and donate everything to the cause. If you keep the price reasonable ($5-15 or sliding scale depending on the length of reading and the venue) then your schedule should be filled."

I think that when I become more comfortable reading the cards, I will do some volunteer work and donate all the money to the charity I'm volunteering for.


SpiritPhoenix said...

Not only is this a good idea. But it helps build your clientele as well. So it's win-win-win for everyone!


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