It doesn't quite work that way. The only story points below that have a specific order are the four signposts. Each of the other story points should be illustrated at least once within EACH signpost. This means that by the end of MC Signpost 1 (Act 1), all of the MC story points are illustrated at least once (if not more).
Which story point to illustrate first? It depends on how you like to write. However, here is another way to look at each of these story points:
- DOMAIN: This is the most genre-like and broadest aspect of the MC's throughline
- CONCERN: This is more plot-like and may be considered to be identified as the area in which the MC's personal goal exists
- ISSUE & COUNTERPOINT: These are the most theme-like as they relate to the MC's throughline
- SYMPTOM, RESPONSE, PROBLEM & SOLUTION: In a character-centric throughline, these are the story points most associated with character development.
- UNIQUE ABILITY & CRITICAL FLAW: These story points tie the MC throughline to the OS throughline, so they seem both thematic and plot-like in nature.
- BENCHMARK: This story point indicates how progress is measured in the MC's development.
So, depending on your preferences, you may focus on the more genre-like, plot-like, thematic, or character-related story points first and then progress from there. Or, mix them up in any order you want, so long as they appear within each act/signpost.