A small pen type iron, I like 70tin-30pb rosin 60-40 ok too, tin wires first ,keep tip clean and tinned. Old solder sometimes the rosin receded back into hollow of solder ,so waste a little. On circuit boards faster is better if you linger too long coatings contaminate the job. Get a bump on pads"contact points" of solder, tin wires first lay on bump. melt together. An extra set of hands never hurts in this case probably not necessary. A good job looks shiny as it cools without wire moving in the process.