With 2016 winding down, many of us are thinking about what our New Year’s resolutions are going to be.
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“This January we don’t need resolutions. This January we probably need a revolution,” Sargent says in the three-minute video.
Sargent gets real about some of the biggest issues plaguing this generation. With 2016 being a dismal year, Sargent’s sobering words are something we all need to hear. We suggest you give this video a watch before making your 2017 resolutions.