NOTE: this response was to the original iteration of the question.
To be perfectly honest, this question rubs me the wrong way - a first actually.
What rubs me the wrong way, and this is merely an observation of principal and NOT a judgement of personality/character... is that I sense a lack of gratitude, a lack of appreciation for what has been had and materialized thusfar. At this young in ones career (I did look you up on IMDB), those are outstanding projects to be working on let alone garnering nominations for as well. It truly is a great start. A greater start than even some who work for their entire lives in this industry might be able to achieve recognition for. Again, not a judgement - just an observation of the facts. Emmys and MPSEs aren't some Jelly-of-the-month club award either, they carry some professional weight and have the potential to open doors for you.
I am a big believer of both karmic debt as well as allowing ones credibility to promote itself through their body of work and dedication to the craft - do good work, the work speaks for itself and opens you doors. To this end, I find that when I appreciate what I do have, and strive to do good deeds for others (whether it be keeping my head down on the job at hand, always providing my best effort, sharing ideas with others and not squandering them to myself, etc), the doors open themselves through the laws of attraction, and some amazing things have happened within my own journey - relationships forged, coincidences, connections I never know existed, ways into landing a certain gig I never even expected was possible and felt like luck.
This is a very small world in this industry, so incredibly small with each passing day, and (as I've said many times) word gets around fast, both good and bad, positive and negative. As does your body of work and your reputation, your appreciation and gratitude for what you have and being known for being kind and generous in return. Some of the top-regarded talent I have had the opportunity to meet are some of the nicest and most humble people I know. They are hungry for the gig yes, but do not seek recognition(some even shy away from it), are not greedy, and most of all, are extremely grateful for what they have in their "feather cap" and are willing to share with others in kind, especially willing to share and help those who share their same values and desire to work humbly and grow into their craft.
This is how one moves forward. Always putting out their best effort in out body of work, always having the desire to grow, always being humble and truthful, ALWAYS possessing the gratitude for what they have. What shows we have worked on or awards or nominations garnered, one earns those - they cannot be taken away. But the very second one loses gratitude for these things very things, they CAN actually be taken away by the outside, universal circumstances of life.
And once again, this is merely observation of principal and NOT a judgement of personality/character. One in which I truly feel I need to share my thoughts on because of how adverse the question makes me feel.