It can be good enough, sure, provided you really tighten up at the game you're not good at and be aggro when you have it. Nothing bleeds a stack like calling down 5 streets with a speculative hand.
I'd guess you're putting money in on 3rd with middle-low pairs, all rainbow connectors and any 3-flush regardless of position or up cards. These are hands that have a time and place but you probably want to stay away from them at first. Stick to rolled up trips, TT+, three-flushes with a K and/or A with 2 or fewer of your suit out, and three to a straight only with at least one paint card in there (ie. 9TJ+) and only if nearly all the cards you need are live.
You'll want to consider your up card, opponent up cards and position to determine whether to limp, complete, call a completion etc. pre-flop. Post some hands if you want specific input because it's pretty situational.