It happens to me very often that I want to start at the beginning of the event that later contributes to the development of the story but later on I find out it's actually better to skip towards the end of it and then recall on what has happened in order to make the story more fast paced. For example, I started with how a teacher is going to her class and how she begins with the lesson but later I realized that I can start at the end of the lesson and then have her think about what has happened and how she evaluated the situation based on that. Does it happen to you guys as well? Do you start in this way to pick up on the action or do you want the reader to go through it from the start? I'm just wondering if there are any other effects these choices bring up.