The speed you type isn’t all that important, it’s more important that you can (AND ALWAYS DO) look at something besides the keyboard. If you’re looking elsewhere, you can think while typing, if you are staring at the keyboard, your mind is full of little breaks where nothing gets done.
I took typing in High School because I knew computers would be a daily thing for me for the rest of my life. I got the finger positioning down, but didn’t get a good grade because I couldn’t stop looking at my hands.
What ended up fixing me was simply throwing a towel over my hands and practicing for a few hours. My speed went down for those few hours, but by the end of the day it was higher than ever before and I was thinking in parallel with my typing instead of thinking OF my typing.
I also used to be a pretty speedy 2-4 finger typist, but that doesn’t scale… It’s too hard to keep your hands in the right positions when you’re not looking.