Autistic/ADHD tarot reader looking for advice on how to make a reading concise.

Hi everyone! I’m not sure if this is the proper place to ask this, but I’m hoping someone can give me some advice or encouragement. I’m a tarot reader who takes clients and I’m also trying to grow a tarot channel on YouTube. If you know anything about neurodiversity, a big issue a lot of us have is trying to explain things thoroughly so we’re either not misunderstood or we don’t leave anything important out.

I get lots of good feedback from my clients on my readings about how helpful they are. The majority of them book 30-minute readings, and I find myself struggling to stay within the time parameters. I even got myself a silent timer, but there’s so much I can say and cover on a single card when I get channeling that the readings often run over. A few minutes is fine, but if it’s more than 10-15 minutes I don’t want to keep doing that.

Most of my time has gone into my YouTube channel this year. I have gotten great feedback on my content, but my engagement , growth and return viewers are very low. I’ve looked at how the length of my videos stack up against others and they are somewhat longer. I like long format content and depth, but it doesn’t seem to translate into the YouTube space. I find that I get very into channeling messages, and rather than a 20 minute video or, for a pick a card reading 20-25 minute segments, they end up being in the 40+ minute range.

I want to succeed at this. I feel like I’m truly called to this work and want to help others, but I’m also struggling with the fact that in order to “fit in” I would have to mask and basically conform to a more neurotypical style. It’s a dilemma. If you have any pointers or advice, I’d be so grateful. Even just encouragement that I shouldn’t give up on this would mean so much. Thanks 😊

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