1. Principles: When your product fails to get traction, when your team falls apart, or when you get tough feedback - these are all opportunities to learn principles to become a better PM.
2. Product Development: Learn how to work backwards from the customer problem, identify the right product to build, and execute with your team to bring the product to market.
3. Getting the Job: Understand how to transition to PM from another field, select the right company, and prep for the three most common types of PM interviews - product sense, execution, and behavioral.
The book also includes interviews with product leaders at Airbnb, Amazon, Google, and more.
I dislike business books that repeat one idea ad nauseum or are written by consultants with no practical experience. Hope that you think my book is different :)