You might come out ahead by playing super tight, super aggressive, I.E. waiting for AA,KK,QQ and then raising the heck out of the pot, but I really believe that to win at No Fold'em Hold'em you need to fight fire with fire. The problem with tight aggressive is that most of the premium hands work best when your in position vs 1 or 2 opponents. This is just too expensive to accomplish with even the best of non made hands which only connect with the flop 1/3 of the time nomatter how bad your opponents are. In these situations you almost have to look at the manditory PF limp as a sort of ante with the hand starting only after the flop. If everyone pays it, your not at a disadvantage. Your advantage will come in your superior ability to read the board texture and to get out of a bad hand early. I'm not suggesting that you give up all starting hand standards, but don't be afraid to get in there with with any potentially profitable hand. When your playing 2 high cards, as usual your better off in very late position. SC's and small pairs played for set value should be playable from any position as with the former you will often get correct calling odds
and great implied odds for your post flop draws, and with the latter, flopped sets do well from any position. With solid hands like AQ you'll want the comfort of a late position seat when you flop top pair vs 4, 5, or 6 donks who could easily have flopped 2 pair or better.
Last thing. No Bluffing