Take any tutorial and follow it step by step.
Don't copy paste code, type everything to build muscle memory.
At start compile your code a often as possible (every line is ok, it will make bug hunt easier)
The main thing you will struggle with is finding bugs and understanding why your code doesn't compile/execute properly.
There it _really_ helps to have someone around to ask. If you don't you can probably ask in the discord. The idea is that it's useful to stare at the screen for 10 minutes searching for a ";", a capital letter missing, a typo, or a weird beginner mistake, but it's not useful to waste 2h on each mistake of this type. (and experienced programmer see most of those instantly, so that's not much of a bother to be presented with this)
Once you did this, you can alternate with toying on your personal projects and more teaching materials (articles/book/tutorials/handmadehero/online course), each one will pave the path to the other : )
I don't know of any good and battle tested C tutorial for beginners in English at this date unfortunately.
If by chance you speak French I can guaranty this one is good (Part I and part II only, quality drops beyond acceptable after that) (probably don't bother with the videos coming with it also)
Here is the link :
If you don't speak french I don't know if it's worth taking this path, but just in case the automatic translation seems okay :