I would suggest an alternate, albeit slightly more work-intensive approach: study, with Pio if necessary (there are better free alternatives too imo, especially if you want to study alone). That way you might start to understand why (and how) he does what he's doing.
I'll be blunt: from your earlier posts it seems that you are a decent enough player, most likely profitable in soft games (no idea 'bout the exact conditions in your games ofc), however it seems that while you have experience, your knowledge is archaic and outdated.
What worked well 5-10 years ago may still work to an extent (against fish / recs / very weak regs) but the wide spread of solvers made any1 who put in the hours (especially if they played anything semi-meaningful online in the past few years) that much better / tougher to play against. This is what you are experiencing here.
IMO, if you invest some time / effort / money into this kind of off-table work, especially if you start to understand the why-s, not just the what-s, you will experience rapid improvement. As you are someone who gave up job security in order to give poker one more spin, I strongly suggest to study this way, it's worth it