Leave it all on the set.
Back when I was a punk kid my dad would take me to the gym on weekends and kick the shit outta me in the weight room and on the wrestling mats. He'd say you didn't get up early to come here and give half ass effort. Leave it all in the gym.
Years later when I played ball at The U, we applied the same principles: we left it all on the field.
When I became a pro wrestler, that was part of my nightly pre match prayer. Asked for the strength to leave it all in ring - whether I was wrestling in flea markets or sold out stadiums.
Leaving it all...means you give every f*cking ounce of effort you can, to give the best performance you can give.
Whatever it is you do, whatever job you have.. at the end of the day, leave it all there.
Rampage has been the most physically grueling role of my career. Got my ass kicked and handed back to me the whole movie. But I'm grateful to go to bed satisfied I left it all on the set.
Who the fuck am I kidding, I don't sleep, but if I did, I still left it all on the set.