The answer is YES. As a language instructor and foreign languages enthusiast myself, I can attest that immersing yourself in the language and culture will greatly speed up the process.
Almost everyone loves music. Why not begin listening to Romanian music only? Sure, a lot of the words may seem a mystery at first, but you will soon start to recognize patterns. You can pull up the lyrics to a song you particularly like and translate its meaning. Before you know it, you'll be singing along to Cleopatra Stratan's "Ghiță" (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OY1vv7hQQCg).
Use the internet! There are thousands of videos of news, short movies, everyday people just talking - use this to your advantage. Your ears will begin to get accustomed to the sound of the language - this will help sharpen your listening skills, as well as improve your pronunciation.
Do something every day - whether it's adding just one word (https://dexonline.ro/) to your vocabulary, learning a proverb, or playing a game, 10 minutes a day will make a difference.
And finally, you don't have to do it alone. There are qualified tutors excited to help you conquer this new skill. You are only a message away from connecting with a native speaker eager to share the beauty of our Romanian language and culture.
I wish you much success in your journey! Baftă!