Originally Posted by Erin Pavlina
Supertom: I've been intuitive almost my entire life, learning to listen to my own guides. But it was in January 2006 that I began to understand I could do psychic work for others by tuning in to their guides. I did over a hundred free readings for friends, family, and then total strangers before I started doing it professionally. In two years I've done more than 1100 readings which, as I understand it, is really good for a psychic just starting out. Consequently I've got the equivalent of 5-7 years worth of experience. But I do this work every single day for many hours, so you can imagine how quickly my skill level has increased, just like any profession where you put in hours a day.
Hmmm, that got me curious. Do you keep track of your readings, in a way like pilots keep track of the miles and hours they fly? Do you just note "Did reading for so-and-so at 4pm, 7/29/08", or keep a more detailed list of impression?