Well, being card dead is always a problem. You just need to pick a hand before you get too short, preferably LP, against a regular raiser who can fold (you have been taking notes while you are waiting, right?) and reraise fairly large. Shoving is impressive, but you might want to test those waters before your stack gets too small. On some tables, a pot-size bet suffices. Don't wait until your stack is pot-size. The whole point is to get the other(s) to consider folding.
If you never get a premium, well, that happens -- widen your range to any broadway. any PP, any suited connector. Not because you want to go to showdown, but just in case you do get allin, you want some realistic hope of a chance. The thing is that 3-betting a bully/raiser is often successful right then. Makes it look like you have a premium hand.
Of course, some doofuses never fold. Good luck!