Said Wells Lawrence, "My biggest mistake was selling my company. I sold my company to take care of a sick husband … I should not have done that … I think a lot of women do that — they get into a business and then they leave it because they think that — they're needed more elsewhere. And actually, sooner or later, you're going to be alone, having done that. And you will regret that you don't have your career."
The group agreed that Sen. Hilary Clinton's run for president has exposed many of the challenges they've faced themselves with being a powerful woman, and it's already a hot topic on WowOWow.
"It's hard to find that balance … If you're really tough, well you're a b**ch. If you're really sweet, then you're too soft to be president. You can't be commander-in-chief," said Stahl.
"It's very hard for a woman to flirt. All male candidates have a good time flirting. And if Hillary flirts, it's unattractive for many, many reasons," said Evans.
"Well, who's ever seen her flirt?" asked Smith.
"Well, she can't. That's the point [laughs] … A woman cannot do that," said Stahl.
"When I was running the company, I couldn't even really smile," said Wells Lawrence.
"Now Mary, you didn't sleep your way to the top, is that what you're saying?" joked Smith.
"I don't think I even slept," Wells Lawrence quipped back.