According to this, women run small businesses are significantly more productive than those of their male counterparts. They win in other areas too:
The study's other findings indicate that women-owned firms put more emphasis on philanthropy and community issues, and that they pay more attention to succession planning. Attrition rates among family members are 40% lower than at male-owned family firms. Female owners also tend to be more upbeat, with twice as many women as men saying that they see a positive future for their businesses.
Maybe Mrs. Businesspundit should be the entrepreneur, and I should stay home with the kids (when we have some – until then I will just play golf).