Hard to say without knowing the blind structure, or at the very least the starting blinds. But this is essentially a turbo, borderline hypo turbo by live standards, based on just the increase intervals. If the blind structure is flat and starting blinds are something tiny like 5/10, then there is a lot more play.
Turbos require aggression. Don't play loose and throw around chips, but you need to get chips in our stack as quickly as possible. Let me clarify by saying as quickly as possible within reason. If you are playing a hand PF, don't limp, raise it up. Don't get involved in big pots unless you have a big hand. The worst thing that can happen is getting forced into All in mode by the blinds, losing a lot of chips early can get you in a tight situation. There isn't a lot of time to rebuild gradually in these cases.
Now this is just the type of strategy I like to deploy in turbos. But if you aren't comfortable with it, play your own game. Regardless of structure, being comfortable gives you the best shot at cashing. And all of this should be altered if your table isn't allowing it to happen. If everyone is calling raises PF, divert your strategy. The old saying goes, play the opposite of what your table is playing.
Oh, and definitely do the dealer add on. For the cost, everyone will likely do it. But it gives a big advantage over those who don't.