I remember when I was learning to read for other people besides my family & friends. I was so nervous & excited at the same time. Wondering if my insights would be accurate & helpful to the recipient.Being nervous is perfectly normal.To become a good tarot reader you need good habits. You need to make some time every day or on the weekend to commit to your tarot practice. How much time you decide to invest is your freewill choice. I can't make that personal decision for you. However, I can recommend finding at least 30 minutes - 60 minutes to invest in your tarot practice. This could be a bi-weekly investment. A weekend investment or daily investment.
Learning how to read the tarot can be achieved by anyone willing to learn. You don't need any magical or mystical psychic powers. You don't need to have a long line of Gypsies or psychic's in your family going back generations. Everyone can learn the tarot.A big misconception is thinking that you need to be psychic to do tarot readings. Of course being psychic, clairvoyant or a medium definitely help. The truth is, no, you don't don't need this qualities to learn.