In this chapter, the authors provide the idea of a balance between rigour and relevance, as well as the evolutionary discussion on what entrepreneurship or enterprising or entrepreneurial education might actually mean. Despite four decades of scholarly progress with refined theoretical development, more robust techniques for empirical analysis, use of multiple data sources and a good balance between quantitative and qualitative methods, the sub-communities and local anchoring of what entrepreneurship or enterprising might mean still obfuscate the more aggregate and global progress of the field. Palmer’s idea of wholeness fits neatly into the prevailing crossroad discussion in entrepreneurship and enterprising education as it seeks to consolidate and create a common ground for how to strengthen polar positions instead of intensifying the critique of each side. However, in a relatively young field tribalism can also weaken the development as little consolidation occurs to create a good scholarly foundation for newcomers to lean on.