Since you came here asking for help, I'm going to be brutally honest. Right now, you're essentially a fish. You call too much, you don't raise enough, and you have no positional awareness.
The large gap between your VPIP and PFR tells
me 2 things. First, you're most likely limping a lot. That's the first thing that needs to change. Secondly you're calling raises too much. As a very general rule of thumb you should be Folding more than you Raise and Raising more than you Call. I'm going to use an exerpt from Small Stakes No-Limit Hold'em here :
When you really get down to it, there are only two ways of making money in no-limit hold’em. They are:
1. Make the best hand.
2. Steal the pot.
You can't steal the pot unless you are the aggressor. And this is how you're going to become a winning player. You can't rely on making the best hand all the time if you want to make money. You need to be in there fighting for the blinds. This is probably the fundamental difference between marginal losers/breakeven players and winning players.
As a starting point, find and study as much information as you can on :
A) The value of position and how to use it to your advantage.
B) Preflop stealing
C) The value of aggression.
As a reference point, my overall VPIP/PFR is 23/20. My early position is 9/9 and my button is 41/36.