The short answer to your question is not really, you still have a great number of trials to go through before you can expect to be a better then average poker player.
Having said that you have a good start. Fast loose cash games that are akin to play money games require a certain style and knowledge to beat. Fast loose cash games are by far the most potentially profitable games to beat. A lot of otherwise excellent poker players just can't play a fast loose game. So if you are beating play money games, for a fair hourly rate relative to the blinds and the swings you are taking, then you have one of the first good tools you will need to succeed.
What you know now is just a particular way to beat a particular game. Poker is a game of almost infinite dynamics. The game you choose to play at any particular time may have different blinds that call for subtle changes in play. The player themselves are the biggest dynamic. How do they play, is there a feeding frenzy going on, how does a particular player react to bad beats or rushes, Etc.
These kind of things take years to learn. Nobody learns them completely, there is no such thing as the perfect poker player. The most important thing to understand is that all poker games are different and that there is no way to play that works even moderately well in all games.
When you get out there in a live cash game you are going to find that the things you already know don't often apply. That's not because the things you learned are invalid it is because they do not apply to certain situations. Be flexible use the things you know, and always be open minded to learning new things.
When you get out in a live game pay attention. Watch your players, watch the action. You are going to be nervous, relax and remember for the most part that the people your playing against are just people. Don't talk much, especially in a hand, the biggest mistake I see newbies make is opening their mouth, they just tell the attentive player everything about their hand when they do. Be clear about what you intend to do, if you want to raise say the amount you intend to raise, if you intend to call say call. Verbalize your action until you become confident handling chips. New players often make a lot of chip handling mistakes, some that can be very expensive.
Your going to loose. We all loose for awhile learning and nobody wins all the time. You are going to find it frustrating and sort of a mind f***. Poker is not a card game but a mind f*** game played with cards. Keep in mind that every time you loose you need to be learning. Dissect your hands and your sessions to figure out what you did wrong. If you paid off a bad beat look at what you did wrong when you paid it off. If you have a loosing session decide what you did wrong. You are the master of your destiny. If you work on yourself you will improve, if you work on others they will not improve so you can win. Always own your game.