March 2012 - Present
Rami Mornel grew up on a collective farm in the north of Israel and, as a kid, he was known as an exceptional basketball talent and led his high school team in scoring for three consecutive years. At the age of 16, after a back injury, he had to stop playing basketball, and started writing instead. He had a regular column in his high school newspaper, and then, at the age of 18, he had a regular column in the weekly magazine "Hadaf Hayarok" that was all over Israel. In 2002, together with a friend, he founded an independent magazine called "the Iron Bell" which became very popular in the north of Israel.
He also worked in special education in his early 20s as a tutor for kids and teenagers who needed help and support during and after school hours.
In 2005, when he was 23 years old, Rami moved to the USA and started to pursue entrepreneurship. He first accepted jobs in labor and customer service in different home services, such as locksmith, heating and cooling, roofing and remodeling, and after several years, he helped found such businesses with the goal of providing honest, affordable and reliable services to the residents, as well as create a good atmosphere and good job opportunities for many people. in 2012 he started with real estate investment, first with small residential to hold or flip, and later bigger projects of land development and more. in 2013 Rami founded a business called "changing Lives forever" with the mindset of helping people in different ways live a better life.